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ENTSO-E and CIM. CIM User Group meeting, Prague, 10-13 May 2011. Chavdar Ivanov, PhD Research and Development Advisor, ENTSO-E Secretariat. ENTSO-E is THE European TSO platform. Founded 19 December 2008 and fully operational since 1 July 2009 Represents 41 TSOs from 34 countries

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ENTSO-E and CIM

CIM User Group meeting, Prague, 10-13 May 2011

Chavdar Ivanov, PhD

Research and Development Advisor, ENTSO-E Secretariat

entso e is the european tso platform
ENTSO-E is THE European TSO platform
  • Founded 19 December 2008 and fully operational since 1 July 2009
  • Represents 41TSOs from 34 countries
    • 532million citizens served
    • 880GW net generation
    • 305,000 Km of transition lines managed by the TSOs
    • 3,200TWh/year demand
    • 380TWh/year exchanges
  • Replaces former TSO organisations: ATSOI, BALTSO, RTSO, NORDEL, UCTE, UKTSOA
entso e has significant role in delivering european energy and climate change objectives
ENTSO-E has significant role in deliveringEuropean energy and climate change objectives
  • Key activities set out in Regulation 714/2009 (on cross-border electricity trade, part of the 3rd Internal Energy Market Package)
  • Deliver network codes
  • Deliver network plans European / regional view of system needs (Ten-Year Network Development Plan “TYNDP”)
  • Deliver crucial aspects of market integration (“market coupling”)
  • R&D Plan (fully included in EEGI – European ElectricityGrid Initiative, part of the SET Plan)
  • Through its members deliver the infrastructure to:
  • enable markets to function,
  • secure energy supply,
  • meet climate change objectives through connecting RES
entso e organised to deliver a range of services
ENTSO-E: Organised to deliver a range of services

1- Research & Development Plan

2- Monitoring and Knowledge Sharing

network codes process content areas defined in reg 714 2009
Network Codes: Process + content areas defined in Reg. 714/2009

?

3 months

12 months

6 months

Regulation

714/2009

Planning,

priorities

Framework

Guidelines

Draft

Code(s*)

ACER

Comitology

Monitoring

Main resp. EC ACER ENTSO-E ACER EC, MS ACER, E’E

Network Codes (in twelve areas)

Network connectionInteroperability rules

Balancing incl. network-related reserve Capacity-allocation and congestion management

Network security and reliabilityTrading

Operational procedures in an emergency Transparency

Third-party access Harmonized transmission tariff structures (incl. locational signals and TSO compensation)

Data exchange and settlementEnergy efficiency regarding electricity networks

pilot network code acer entso e
Pilot network code: ACER & ENTSO-E

Network Codes

Grid connection

requirements

for generators

Grid connection

requirements

for end customers

FWGL

Electricity

Grid Connection

Grid connection

requirements

for DSOs

Grid connection

requirements

for HVDC links

Grid connection

procedures

ten year network development plan tyndp
Ten-Year Network Development Plan - TYNDP

Sustainability

Assessment

Competitiveness

EU Strategic Goals

Security of Supply

Assist

Policy

Action

Inform

TYNDP

Coordinate

Evaluate

TYNDP = Ten-Year Network Development Plan

Monitoring

  • “ENTSO-E shall adopt a non-binding Community-wide ten-year network development plan”
  • Transparency
  • Decision making process
  • Networks/scenarios/generation outlook/resilience
tyndp summary
TYNDP summary

The TYNDP projects represent~14% of existing lines

€ 23 to 28 billion for grid expansions

for the first five years

r d plan

Research and innovation clusters: Smart grids and cooperation with DSOs play a major part in the R&D Plan, partly because of the balancing challenge

R&D Plan:
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European Electricity Grid Initiative: Program budget - summary

  • Total program cost estimation is around € 2 bn in 9 years (2010 – 2018)
  • The cost estimation of the priority actions that need to start in 2010-2012 is around € 1 bn
  • The results are beneficial for the whole European energy value chain, requiring a comprehensive funding that must involve EC, the Member States, the regulators and industry.
entso e and cim
ENTSO-E and CIM

ENTSO-E needs and wants to have only one data exchange format

ENTSO-E organizes yearly Interoperability tests to ensure right and stable development

The Roadmap for the implementation of next updates of the ENTSO-E CIM Profile avoids frequent changes in the ENTSO-E CIM Profile

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Current ENTSO-E CIM/XML Profile

  • Current ENTSO-E Profile is the profile tested in UCTE IOP in March 2009 in Paris. THIS IS THE PROFILE THAT MUST BE IMPLEMENTED BY ENTSO-E MEMBERS.Updates of this profile should follow the approved Roadmap
  • Proposals for changes are welcome and will be discussed within ENTSO-E, IEC and will be tested in the ENTSO-E IOP once agreed among IOP participants.
  • Current ENTSO-E CIM/XML profile is published on ENTSO-E web site (CIM part: http://www.entsoe.eu/index.php?id=237)
  • ENTSO-E Boundary Set is available here: https://www.entsoe.eu/resources/cim/profiles/
  • A draft version of the 2nd edition of the ENTSO-E CIM/XML profile was developed for the ENTSO-E interoperability test in July 2010. It is also available on the ENTSO-E web site (https://www.entsoe.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/_library/resources/CIM/Interoperability_Tests/ENTSO-E_CIM_Model_Exchange_Profile_v2_draft_7_IOPversion_12July2010.zip)
roadmap for future implementation of cim
Roadmap for future implementation of CIM

The aim: to structure the implementation effort. No yearly implementation. An exception could be only if a change is introduced which is critical for ENTSO-E processes

The implementation process is foreseen to last one year.

On regular basis the implementation effort is foreseen every three years, if necessary.

Next versions of the ENTSO-E Profile have to be approved by System Development Committee (SDC). In case of changes that affect operational data, System Operations Committee (SOC) decision is also required.

SDC or SDC&SOC decision ensures one year implementation period. Coming into force date is fixed and mandatory for TSOs

EXAMPLE: if the updated version of the 2nd ENTSO-E Profile for IOP 2011 is OK:

Approval by SDC and SOC

2012 implementation year

Jan 2013 ENTSO-E switches to 2nd edition of the profile for all exchanges.

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ENTSO-E CIM Interoperability Tests – 11 July 2011 (5 days)

Registered vendors

  • BCP Busarello + Cott + Partner AG (NEPLAN)
  • Open Grid Systems (Cimphony)
  • Intercompro AG (ISPEN)
  • TIBCO (IntelliEDGE)
  • SISCO (UIB Adapter for PI-AF and UIB Core)
  • Siemens Power Technologies International (PSS/ODMS)
  • GE Energy (PSLF)
  • EKC&DMS (Transmission Network Analyzer)
  • RTE (Convergence)
  • FGH (INTEGRAL7)
  • Tractebel and RTE (EUROSTAG)
  • Ventyx/ABB (Network Manager SCADA/EMS)
  • CESI (SPIRA; CRESO; SICRE)
  • EPS (Power System Analyzer, PSA)
  • PSI AG (PSIcontrol)
  • DIgSILENT GmbH (PowerFactory 14.1)
  • EDF R&D (GEDEON Database; CIMclipse; CIM-ENTSO-E Converters)
  • Alstom Grid (e-terrasource)
  • GE Energy Services (Enterprise Gateway)
  • Nexant
  • In addition to the above vendors, ABB (BMS CIM Explorer) requested to participate in the preparation leading up to the interoperability test. Zemiren (CimContextor) will participate in the test and will support preparation of profiles to be used in the test.
entso e iop 2011 test topics
ENTSO-E IOP 2011 – test topics
  • Interoperability using the last Unified Modeling Language (v15 + Dynamics + any modifications agreed among test participants) – new draft of the 2nd edition of the profile
  • Interoperability using 1stand 2nd editions of the profile, including naming convention
  • Model Authority Sets (MAS), file headers, model assembling process
  • Incremental exchange
  • Exchange of short-circuit data according to IEC 60909
  • Exchange of dynamic models (standard models, user-defined models, proprietary models) – Further developments in the part of dynamics are not expected due to lack of the time
  • Diagram layout – 61970-453; GIS data
  • Exchange “operations to planning” – The goal: detailed model to be exported to fit to ENTSO-E profile and imported by planning applications.
  • ENTSO-E Equipment profile is the 452 one. “operational to operational exchange can also be demonstrated”
cim extensions needed
CIM extensions needed
  • For the IOP 2011
  • additional attributes to fully cover IEC 60909 short circuit data exchange. Discussion with WG13 – next week
  • For 2012:
  • HVDC modelling
  • Extension of Dynamics package
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Model assembling

TSO N: one MAS; set of files - zipped

TSO B: one MAS; set of files - zipped

TSO A: one MAS; set of files - zipped

Boundary MAS (equipment and topology files) - zipped

2nd step -Import

  • Software for power flow/simulations
    • . Import – all MAS (TSOs and Boundary)
  • . Set SvInjection for tie-lines to zero
  • . Run power flow/simulations
  • . User modifies assembled model including data in the individual MAS, if necessary and runs power flow/simulations
  • . Export of assembled model – per MAS including all modifications introduced using the tool

3rd step - Export

Assembled power system model – one zip file; multiple MAS representing TSOs models and boundary MAS

Boundary MAS – equipment and topology files

TSO A: one MAS; equipment, topology, dynamics, diagram files

TSO N: one MAS; equipment, topology, dynamics, diagram files

A State variables file exported by the merging MAS

1st step-Import

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ENTSO-E IOP Report 2010

  • Finalized and published in mid August 2010
  • Available on the ENTSO-E web site: https://www.entsoe.eu/index.php?id=240
  • Identified CIM issues were listed in the final report and submitted to IEC WG13 for further discussion. CIM15 resolves most of the issues
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ENTSO-E exchanges in CIM – migration process to CIM

  • Two main ENTSO-E processes are subject to CIM migration
  • System development
    • Still in migration period.
    • First data exchanges in CIM started in February 2010.

“Planning exchanges” – required for TYNDP, regional initiatives, i.e. EU 3rd Energy Package

  • DACF process
    • The goal is to complete migration stage by the end of 2011
  • First test exchanges started on 8 June 2010 and finished in the end of August 2010
  • Now the second stage of tests for DACF is running. TSOs are exchanging 6 files per day in CIM (one day in a week) . The goal is to verify the procedures and test Communication channels.
  • TSOs are building their converters to CIM (operational systems to CIM)

Day-Ahead Congestion Forecast process – stable exchange needed to support system operation

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ENTSO-E exchanges in CIM – migration process to CIM

Why after two successful IOPs (March 2009 and November 2009) the real interoperability with 1st edition of the ENTSO-E CIM profile is still a very difficult task?

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ENTSO-E exchanges in CIM – Lessons learned

  • Testing with real data is necessary. IOP test cases cannot fully represent all modelling approaches
  • More complex test models are needed. The role of CIMug and IEC in test models preparation is to be discussed
  • Some vendors introduced post IOP changes which made real interoperability not possible.
  • More strict rules on interoperability are needed to ensure that commercial products are really fully compliant with the Profile
  • Intensive communication between vendors and users is necessary to ensure right modelling and usage of right tools
  • Vendors should demonstrate their readiness to support ENTSO-E Profile
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ENTSO-E exchanges in CIM – What ENTSO-E is doing .....

  • To reach interoperability with 1st edition of the ENTSO-E Profile:
    • TSOs are kept informed on the efforts to be done: ENTSO-E Committees meetings, various workshops
  • Actions have been taken to improve communication between TSO and vendors
  • ENTSO-E Secretariat is contacting involved vendors on daily basis
  • To ensure future interoperability and improve business process:
    • ENTSO-E IOP 2011 will test both 1st and 2nd edition of the profile
    • Strict validation of the naming convention will be done during IOP 2011
    • Vendors will be asked to export test models that they already have and demonstrate interoperability
    • The 2nd edition of the profile is fully based on the 452, 456, 453, 552, etc. standards. Exchange flexibilities are improved. Open issues are clarified
    • ENTSO-E will implement a Network Modelling Database
overall concept of power system database
Overall concept of Power System Database

Network Modelling Database (NMD) as a part of the Power System Database concept

network modelling database time schedule objectives
Network Modelling Database – time schedule, objectives
  • Preparation work and ENTSO-E decisions in 2010
  • EU tender started in Dec 2010; offers assessment is ongoing
  • Contract expected in July 2011;
  • NMD fully operational Jan 2012.
  • Objectives:
  • To adapt ENTSO-E business process to an automatic CIM based data exchange
  • To have a system that supports the official ENTSO-E CIM profile and supports development of next editions of the profile. In Jan 2012 NMD should support 1st and the 2nd (July 2011) editions of the profile
  • Provide automatic model assembling functionalities based on the ENTSO-E CIM profile, i.e. MAS, boundary sets.
  • Allow users to maintain TSO, regional, pan-European models; store scenarios; import/export full, partial, differential files
  • Allow specific queries, etc.
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Common CIM Tools used by TSOs

  • CIMdesk
    • Validation, visualization and editing tool developed by PowerInfo LLC, US
  • Provides users with possibilities for direct editing of CIM files and graphical visualization
  • It is not related to the migration process. It will be used and maintained as long as CIM /XML format is used
  • Maintenance contact has been prolonged. A re-licensing rules were agreed with ENTSO-E. Non ENTSO-E members can buy a license of CIMdesk. Requests should be addressed to PowerInfo LLC.
  • Migration converter
    • Developed by EDF R&D, FR
  • Converts from UCTE CIM to UCTE DEF (current version: version 02) and vice versa
  • To be used during the migration stage; useful only for DACF exchanges in the RG Continental Europe
  • Maintenance contract was prolonged until 31 Dec 2011.
development and implementation of cim in entso e
Development and Implementation of CIM in ENTSO-E

November 2007: UCTE agreed to launch an initiative for development of new UCTE XML based data exchange format that will considered as a standard for exchange of load flow and dynamic data and allows performing of all kind of analyses as follows: steady state, unbalanced short circuit and dynamic analyses.

AhG UCTE format was established.

May 2008: UCTE Steering Committee approved

Cooperation of AhG “UCTE format” with international organizations aiming at inclusion of UCTE needs into international standard

UCTE participation in EPRI project (CIM for Dynamics)

Summer 2008: UCTE joins the EPRI Project and creates a liaison with IEC TC57. UCTE CIM TF is established during CIM user Group meeting in Vasteras (June 2008)

development and implementation of cim in entso e1
Development and Implementation of CIM in ENTSO-E

January 2009: UCTE Steering Committee approved Migration Policy. Priority of migration of “planning” models is given.

March 2009: UCTE IOP. Successful interoperability among IOP participants

May 2009: UCTE Profile finalized and submitted to IEC

July 2009: ENTSO-E is fully operational: new work organization related to CIM is implemented

All contracts and agreements have been transferred from UCTE to ENTSO-E. ENTSO-E has liaisons with IEC TC57 (WG13 and WG16) and it is a member of EPRI project “CIM for Dynamics”, etc.

July 2009: CIMdesk and Migration Converter provided to ENTSO-E members

Nov 2009: First IOP CIM for Dynamics. The concept is proved

development and implementation of cim in entso e2
Development and Implementation of CIM in ENTSO-E

July 2010: ENTSO-E IOP “CIM for System Development and Operations” 2010. Draft version of the second edition of the ENTSO-E CIM Profile.

important entso e decisions
Important ENTSO-E decisions

1 Oct 2009: System Development Committee (SDC) agreed that CIM/XML will be used in ENTSO-E data exchanges related to SDC activities (system studies, planning data exchanges)

2 Sep 2009: System Operations Committee (SOC) recommends:

Regional Group Continental Europe: The change from the UCTE format to CIM was decided by the UCTE Steering Committee. The goal is to switch to the new format before the end of 2010 at the latest (DACF exchanges)

Other Regional Groups to consider implementation of the standard with an aim of the pan-European harmonization

2 Dec 2009: SDC and SOC: Approved the roadmap for future development and implementation of updates of the CIM/XML format

11 Dec 2009: SDC, SOC and Market Committee: Approved ENTSO-E CIM Interoperability tests

Nov 2010: SDC, SOC decision on the second edition of the ENTSO-E CIM profile. Implementation postponed for after IOP 2011.

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ENTSO-E Secretariat serves as a central function of coordination, maintenance and support of Common Information Model (CIM) related issues and therefore, it is the interface to international organizations

International organizations: IEC, EPRI, CIMug, …

- Liaisons,

- Submitting ENTSO-E needs, - - Participation in the discussion, - etc

  • Discussion on Committees/WGs requests;
  • Information on IEC
  • opinion;
  • Possible solutions
  • etc.

Secretariat

ENTSO-E Data Expert Group

  • Maintenance ENTSO-E CIM tools;
  • contacts with providers

CIM tools

CIMdesk; Migration Converter

Requests that concern CIM must be submitted to Secretariat

SG NMFT in RG CE

System Development Committee

Operations Committee

Market Committee

WG NM&D

WG EDI

WGs defining needs

WGs defining needs

WGs defining needs