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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CIM User Group meeting, Prague, 10-13 May 2011
Chavdar Ivanov, PhD
Research and Development Advisor, ENTSO-E Secretariat
1- Research & Development Plan
2- Monitoring and Knowledge Sharing
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
for end customers
for HVDC links
EU Strategic Goals
Security of Supply
TYNDP = Ten-Year Network Development Plan
The TYNDP projects represent~14% of existing lines
€ 23 to 28 billion for grid expansions
for the first five years
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
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.
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
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
“Planning exchanges” – required for TYNDP, regional initiatives, i.e. EU 3rd Energy Package
Day-Ahead Congestion Forecast process – stable exchange needed to support system operation
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?
Network Modelling Database (NMD) as a part of the Power System Database concept
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)
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
July 2010: ENTSO-E IOP “CIM for System Development and Operations” 2010. Draft version of the second edition of the ENTSO-E CIM Profile.
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.
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, …
- Submitting ENTSO-E needs, - - Participation in the discussion, - etc
ENTSO-E Data Expert Group
CIMdesk; Migration Converter
Requests that concern CIM must be submitted to Secretariat
SG NMFT in RG CE
System Development Committee
WGs defining needs
WGs defining needs
WGs defining needs