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T&D D EWG Meeting – connectivity Week 2010. Jerry FitzPatrick , NIST Chair Wednesday, May 26. Agenda. Introduction - IKB PAP8 PAP14 DEWG Charter What should the T&D DEWG be doing? T&D DEWG or T and D DEWGs? T&D Officers Future T&D DEWG Tasks

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t d d ewg meeting connectivity week 2010

T&D DEWG Meeting – connectivity Week 2010

Jerry FitzPatrick, NIST Chair

Wednesday, May 26

agenda
Agenda
  • Introduction

- IKB

  • PAP8
  • PAP14
  • DEWG Charter
    • What should the T&D DEWG be doing?
    • T&D DEWG or T and D DEWGs?
    • T&D Officers
  • Future T&D DEWG Tasks
    • Where can the T&D DEWG have the greatest impact?
    • How shall we identify gaps and overlaps?
      • White papers – efficiency, asset management
      • New ones
      • Review EPRI Interim Roadmap Report for gaps/issues?
  • PAPs Relevant for T&D
    • What PAPs should the T&D DEWGs be monitoring?
    • What new PAP areas should the DEWGs be exploring?
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T&D DEWG
  • Scope: Utility transmission and distribution operations as well as interactions with other producer/users on the grid.
  • Goals:
    • To create unprecedented robustness and resilience to grid instabilities and disturbances for improved reliability.
    • To improve power quality to meet customer needs and enable ready access for distributed generators to the grid
  • Biweekly teleconferences: Wednesdays at 4:00 PM Eastern
    • http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/SGIPCalendar
  • NIST SG Twiki: http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki- sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/TnD
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T&D White Papers and Presentations

White Papers:

  • Wide Area Monitoring, Automation, Communications and Control (WAMACC) for the Bulk Transmission System – Floyd Galvan & Team
  • Smart Grid for Distribution Systems: The Benefits and Challenges of Distribution Automation (DA) – Frances Cleveland
  • Smart Grid Focused Use Cases for Distribution Grid Management – Nokhum Markhushevich

Presentations:

  • EPRI Use Case Export/Import Tools and UML Models – Marty Burns
  • Goal-Driven Use Cases – Art Griesser
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Dewg Charter

Officers: Chair

  • At the decision of the DEWG, a Vice Chair and Secretary may also be elected.
  • DEWG officers will be confirmed by NIST.

DEWG Roles and Responsibilities:

Perform analysis of standards interoperability

  • Identify gaps and overlaps
  • Evaluate PAP proposals and collaborate on PAPs where appropriate
  • Analyze smart grid interoperability requirements
  • Review other SGIP group work products to provide domain perspective
  • Respond to SGIP requests for domain analysis

Provide the strategic DEWG domain perspective

  • identify strategic issues that need to be addressed
  • Provide input on ongoing development and direction of NIST Framework
  • Identify regulatory and policy issues
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Dewg Charter

Work Process/Outputs:

  • Sub-groups may be created to address tasks
  • Outputs may be white papers, use cases, or any other format as deemed by the DEWG; posted on the DEWG collaboration site and IKB; presentations by experts in workshops & tutorials

Deliverables:

Individual or collective reviews of a proposed PAP plan.

  • At request of the GB, give an update on priority standards
  • Review, extend, modify use cases developed by other SGIP groups
  • At request of the PMO, review work from a committee
  • Focus on strategic issues relevant for smart grids and consult with the GWAC
  • Develop guidelines for sets of standards that together provide for communications interoperability to address a specific domain application.
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T&D DEWG
  • T&D DEWG or T and D DEWGs?
  • T&D Officers
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T&D DEWG
  • Future T&D DEWG Tasks
    • Where can the T&D DEWG have the greatest impact?
    • How shall we identify gaps and overlaps?
      • White papers – revisit existing ones (efficiency, asset management)?
      • Review EPRI Interim Roadmap Report for gaps/issues?
smart grid example architecture
Smart Grid Example Architecture

Smart Grid Action Plans

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Priority Action Plans 1 – 5

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  • Use of IP
  • Wireless Guidelines
  • Pricing Model
  • Scheduling
  • Meter Profiles & Upgrade Std

Smart Grid Action Plans

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Priority Action Plans 6 – 10

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  • ANSI C12 to Common Info Model (CIM)
  • Storage Interconnect
  • CIM Distribution Models and Harmonization
  • Standard DR Signals
  • Energy Usage to Customer

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Smart Grid Action Plans

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Priority Action Plans 11 – 14

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  • Models for Electric Transportation
  • IEC 61850 to DNP3
  • 61850 to CIM/MultiSpeak & Time Synch
  • Integrate Transmission & Distribution Models and Relay Settings

Smart Grid Action Plans

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PAPs

DEWG Roles and Responsibilities:

Perform analysis of standards interoperability

  • Evaluate PAP proposals and collaborate on PAPs where appropriate

PAPs and the Conceptual Architecture

  • What PAPs should the T&D DEWG be monitoring?
  • What new PAP areas should the DEWGs be exploring?
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PAPs

PAPs and the Conceptual Architecture

  • What PAPs should the T&D DEWG be monitoring?
  • What new PAP areas should the DEWGs be exploring?
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T&D DEWG Strategic analysis

DEWG Roles and Responsibilities:

Provide the strategic T&D DEWG domain perspective

  • What are strategic issues that need to be addressed?
  • How shall we best identify gaps and overlaps?
  • Evaluate PAP proposals and collaborate on PAPs where appropriate
  • Analyze smart grid interoperability requirements
  • Review other SGIP group work products to provide domain perspective
  • Respond to SGIP requests for domain analysis
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