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Tactical Microgrid Standards Consortium
US Army Engineer R&D Center (ERDC)
US Army Communications-Electronics
RD&E Center ...
• To develop standards for Tactical Microgrids including:
• Safety, Protection, & Human Factors
• Electrical Interconnecti...
Tactical Power Deployment Configurations
3
Central Plant Microgrid
Distributed Microgrid
The tactical situation determines...
4
Create Interoperability Between Devices
Fueled Generation
Energy Storage &
Conditioning
Distribution
Loads
Intelligent
M...
5
Sample of Reference Industry Standards
• ANSI/NEMA C84.1-2006
• IEEE: C37.2, 519, 754, 802.1X, 945, 1003.1, 1159, 1278,
...
6
Sections and Select Subsections of the
Draft Tactical Microgrid Standard
 Scope
 Applicable Documents
 Definitions
 ...
The data model heavily leverages industry standards while addressing
unique DoD requirements
- Cryptographically enforced ...
Principal Risk Management Framework (RMF) Documents
ATO Authority to Operate A&A Assessment & Authorization
AO Authorizing...
• Equipment Electrical Performance Requirements
• Generator Secondary Controller Methods
• Load Sharing Methods
• Microgri...
10
The TMSC Workspace
https://community.apan.org/wg/tactical-microgrids/p/howtoparticipate
11
Upcoming Events
 September 2017: Stand up TMSC Workspace II
 1st Quarter, FY 17
► Government Cybersecurity Workshop
►...
12
Future Milestones
 Current: Laboratory Testing and continuous draft revision
 September 2016: Initial draft MIL-STD c...
13
Life after TMSC?
 Grow the number of microgrids globally through the
development of advanced power and distribution sy...
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8.3_TMSC Overview_Bozada_EPRI/SNL Microgrid Symposium

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Presentation from the EPRI-Sandia Symposium on Secure and Resilient Microgrids: Tactical Microgrid Standards Consortium, presented by Tom Bozada, Baltimore, MD, August 29-31, 2016.

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8.3_TMSC Overview_Bozada_EPRI/SNL Microgrid Symposium

  1. 1. Tactical Microgrid Standards Consortium US Army Engineer R&D Center (ERDC) US Army Communications-Electronics RD&E Center (CERDEC) MIT Lincoln Laboratory As of 26 August 2016 TMSC Overview Distribution Statement A Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited
  2. 2. • To develop standards for Tactical Microgrids including: • Safety, Protection, & Human Factors • Electrical Interconnection • Communications, Controls, & Cybersecurity • A consortium approach will be used to incorporate relevant organizations – such as, DOE, NIST, and industry – and related on-going work to develop a joint standard. • This vision involves near real time management of generators, renewables such as solar and storage with intelligent management that minimizes the size and variability of the loads, to minimize the total mission weight (more than 40%) of fuel and power equipment. 2 TMSC Objective
  3. 3. Tactical Power Deployment Configurations 3 Central Plant Microgrid Distributed Microgrid The tactical situation determines what and how devices are configured into a microgrid.
  4. 4. 4 Create Interoperability Between Devices Fueled Generation Energy Storage & Conditioning Distribution Loads Intelligent Management System Power Data Renewables Inverter/Converter Future tactical microgrids will rely on cybersecure communications and intelligent control to ensure efficient and effective microgrid operations that are enabled by secure, reliable, standards-based device interactions.
  5. 5. 5 Sample of Reference Industry Standards • ANSI/NEMA C84.1-2006 • IEEE: C37.2, 519, 754, 802.1X, 945, 1003.1, 1159, 1278, 1547, 1588, 1668, 2030 • IETF RFC: 2616, 4253, 4716, 5216, 5246, 5280, 5424, 5425, 5848, 5878, 5905, 5996, 6818, 6960, 7627 • ISO/IEC: 10646, 14496-22, 60559, 61000-4, 61131-3, 61727, 61850 • OASIS SAML 2.0 • OMG: DDS, DDS-RPC, DDS-RTPS, IDL, UML • NFPA 70, 70E • TCG: TPM 1.2 • Other: ITU-T I.371, ITU-T X.509, ITU-T X.690, NIST 800-57, SAE J1939, SEMI F47-0706, SunSpec, VDE-AR-N 4015
  6. 6. 6 Sections and Select Subsections of the Draft Tactical Microgrid Standard  Scope  Applicable Documents  Definitions  General Requirements  Detailed Requirements ► Safety ► Human Factors ► Data Model Overview ► Communication Interfaces ► Electrical Interconnection ► Cybersecurity  Appendices
  7. 7. The data model heavily leverages industry standards while addressing unique DoD requirements - Cryptographically enforced identity and trust - Either distributed or centralized controls with defined arbitrage processes Control 1 DER 1 DER 2 Trust Data Sheets Grid Forming, Load Sharing, Demand Response Discovery Fault Handling Configuration Operation Control 2 It begins with an integrated data model
  8. 8. Principal Risk Management Framework (RMF) Documents ATO Authority to Operate A&A Assessment & Authorization AO Authorizing Official C&A Certification & Accreditation DAA Designated Accrediting Authority Safe and Secure Tactical Microgrid Operations by Design Integrating Risk Management Framework (RMF) from the beginning DIACAP System ATOAO / DAA A&A / C&A RMF TM Standard Design Requirements Safe & Secure Operational System Engineering Authorization Today
  9. 9. • Equipment Electrical Performance Requirements • Generator Secondary Controller Methods • Load Sharing Methods • Microgrid System Performance Considerations Generator Control Methods Secondary Control Electrical Performance Intelligent Load Performance And Behavior Inverter (Grid-feeding) Performance and behavior Microgrid Connect/Disconnect Process Microgrid System Performance Generator Load Sharing Techniques Degraded Operations Electrical Interconnection
  10. 10. 10 The TMSC Workspace https://community.apan.org/wg/tactical-microgrids/p/howtoparticipate
  11. 11. 11 Upcoming Events  September 2017: Stand up TMSC Workspace II  1st Quarter, FY 17 ► Government Cybersecurity Workshop ► Military SME Review ► DoD – DOE SME Technical Exchange ► Industry Technical Exchange ► TMSC – Industry Webinars and One-on-One Discussions • Controls • TMSC Data Model • Communication Architecture • Cybersecurity
  12. 12. 12 Future Milestones  Current: Laboratory Testing and continuous draft revision  September 2016: Initial draft MIL-STD complete  October 2016: PM E2S2 Independent MIL-STD Microgrid test begins  November 2016-June 2017: Monthly reviews of findings from Laboratory and Independent Testing and draft updates  July-August 2017: White – Green Interoperability Demonstration  September 2017: Final Draft MIL-STD submitted for approval  August 2018: Tactical Microgrid MIL-STD approved by DSPO
  13. 13. 13 Life after TMSC?  Grow the number of microgrids globally through the development of advanced power and distribution systems for Civil and Military Applications ► DoD and DOE joint development ► USG and Industry ► USA and Global Partners  “Push the Possible” through Technical Demonstrations ► Family of Interoperable Microgrid Devices concept (Self-organizing microgrids) ► Remote Area Advanced Autonomous Microgrids for Civil and Military Applications demonstration proposals  Adoption of select sections of the Tactical Microgrid Interoperability MIL-STD by Industry Standards Organization

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