Smart Grid Architecture Committee

Report
Accelerate Adoption of an
Interoperable Smart Grid
Smart Grid Design & Implementation
March 28, 2014
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
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Why Achieve Interoperability
• Reducing the distance to integrate
– Reduces installation and integration costs
– Creates well-defined points in a system for new
applications
– Enables substitution of automated components
– Provides an upgrade path that preserves system operation
– Increases opportunity for multiple vendors to compete
– Allows for easier integration of new capabilities & features
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Enabling Interoperable Solutions
• The modernized electrical power grid is
expanding
• SGIP eases Smart Grid growing pains by
– Comprehending customers’ requirements
– Engaging all stakeholders to identify and solve critical
problems
– Encouraging practical implementations
– Overseeing the path to interoperability through Smart
Grid standards for hardware, software and systems
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Smart Grid Interoperability Panel
orchestrates the work
behind power grid
interoperability
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SGIP Reduces Risks and Costs
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Optimizes resources and time
Avoids proprietary vendor lock-in
Helps build technology roadmaps
Simplifies decision making
SGIP is a collaborative, transparent,
and trusted forum to share standards
information and practical, hands-on
knowledge about deployments from
industry experts.
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SGIP Members
• Electric Utilities
– Investor Owned Utilities, Rural Electric Cooperatives,
Municipal
– Renewable Power, Transmission System Operators, Retail,
Financial Market
• Manufacturers
– Appliance, Industrial, Vehicle, Power Equipment,
Communications, Information Technology, Integrators
• Associations and Standards Development Orgs (SDOs)
• Governments & Regulators
– Federal, State and municipal/city agencies
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SGIP U.S. Government Members
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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Department of Energy (DOE)
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
Sandia National Laboratories (SNL)
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SGIP Academic Members
• California State University – Chico
– College of Engineering, Computer Science & Construction
• Carnegie Mellon University
• University of Illinois
– Coordinated Science Laboratory
• University of Texas – El Paso
– Regional Cyber & Energy Security (RCES) Center
• University of Tokyo
• Power Systems Engineering Research Center (PSERC)
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SGIP International Liaisons
Liaison Organization
Type
Effective
Date
LoI - Intl
July 2011
Korea Smart Grid Standardization Forum (KSGSF)
LoC – Intl European Union Smart Grid Coordination Group (SG-CG)
Mar 2014
LoI – Intl
Japan Smart Community Alliance (JSCA)
Mar 2012
LoI – Intl
Ecuadorian Energy National Control Centre (CENACE)
Jul 2012
LoI – Intl
Colombia lnteligente lniciative (CII) and ICONTEC
Oct 2012
MoU
National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology of Nov 2013
Brazil (Inmetro)
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SGIP Member Groups Activities
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SGIP Member Groups
Membership
Domain Expert Working
Groups (DEWGs)
Building to Grid
Wireless Comm - 02
Industry to Grid
Energy Storage
Interconnect - 07
Home to Grid
Distribution Grid
Mgmt - 08
Vehicle to Grid
Standard DR & DER
Signals - 09
Transmission &
Distribution
Wind Plant
Comm - 16
Wholesale Demand
Response - 19
Green Button ESPI
Evolution - 20
Map IEEE 1815 to
IEC 61850 - 12
Weather Info - 21
Distributed Renewables,
Generation & Storage
Power Line
Comm - 15
EV Fueling
Submetering - 22
Work Products
Requirements
Use Cases
Architecture
Facility Smart Grid
Info Std - 17
Business & Policy
Conceptual Models
& Roadmaps
Standing Member
Committees
Priority Action Plans (PAPs)
Whitepapers
Cybersecurity
Implementation
Methods
Testing & Certification
Standards
Evaluations
Catalog of
Standards
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Recent SGIP Publications
Group
Title
Date
Home to Grid
(H2G)
Broadcast-based H2G Communication Solutions
12-2013
A simple method to deliver energy management data
from an energy service provider to consumer products
Implementation Case Study: Implementing the Common
Methods
Information Model (CIM) at DTE Energy
(SGIMC)
The value of standards based integration using an
01-2014
Enterprise Semantic Model and supporting architectural
concepts such as the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
Cybersecurity
(SGCC)
User’s Guide to the Guidelines for Smart Grid
Cyber Security (NISTIR 7628 Vol. 1 – Aug 2010)
03-2014
Helps utilities apply the cybersecurity guidance and
leverages the DOE’s Electricity Subsector Cybersecurity
Risk Management Process (RMP)
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Upcoming Committee Publications
Group
Title
Date
SGIMC
Case Study : How San Bernard Electric Coop Used
MultiSpeak to Integrate its Customer Information
System and their Outage Management System
04-2014
SGCC
Architecture
Subgroup
“Defense in Depth and Breadth and the Smart
Grid” White Paper
05-2014
SGCC
Cloud
Computing
Subgroup
“Cloud Computing Considerations in the Smart Grid 05-2014
— Assessing and Implementing Cloud Computing
Initiatives that Potentially Impact the Smart Grid”
White Paper
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Upcoming DEWG Publications
Group
Title
Date
DRGS Subgroup B
“Categorizing Use Cases in Hierarchical DER
Systems” White Paper: Enhance the interoperability of
03-2014
DRGS Subgroup C
“Microgrid Control and Operation Use Cases”
Distributed Energy Resource information exchanges in the
Smart Grid. Includes DER hierarchical architecture,
variations in DER configurations, and DER functions;
process for developing information exchange requirements
and object models.
04-2014
White Paper: Complete Functional Use Cases (10) in
March; all ten to be summarized in white paper in April.
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Upcoming DEWG Publications
Group
Title
Date
H2G
“Barriers to Responsive Appliances at Scale” White
Paper
04-2014
B2G, H2G “Transactive Energy for Residential Applications”
White Paper
04-2014
Transactive Energy (TE) combines market forces and control
techniques to achieve grid balance in a retail TE
environment, where renewable energy resource outputs can
change quickly and unpredictably with the weather.
B2G-I2G
Joint
“Electrical Storage vs. Thermo Storage” White Paper
04-2014
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Many Utility Functions Benefit
from SGIP Membership
Regulatory
Relations
Procurement
Planning &
Management
Engineering
Operations
C-Level
Executives
Marketing
Customer
Service
ICT
Program
Management
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