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TC 57 – WG16 CIM and ETSO Convergence CIM User Group Vasteras, June 2008. Christelle Chalhoub RTE christelle.chalhoub@rte-france.com Cyril Effantin EDF R&D cyril.effantin@edf.fr. Agenda. Introduction Aims of the IEC-ETSO standards convergence Methodological framework

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tc 57 wg16 cim and etso convergence cim user group vasteras june 2008

TC 57 – WG16CIM and ETSO ConvergenceCIM User Group Vasteras, June 2008

Christelle Chalhoub RTE christelle.chalhoub@rte-france.com

Cyril Effantin EDF R&D cyril.effantin@edf.fr

agenda
Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Aims of the IEC-ETSO standards convergence
  • Methodological framework
  • Short methodology examples
  • Progress status
  • Next steps
initiative background strategic importance of standardization within europe
Initiative background – Strategic importance of standardization within Europe
  • Markets integration across Europe requires market consistency & seamless communication at several levels:
    • Inter-Participants
    • Participants to Power Exchanges & TSOs
    • Inter-TSOs
  • Need for expanding interoperability between energy stakeholder IT applications (expanding standards down to data models)
  • Second European Electricity directive requiring open transmission capacity allocation which increases the need for aligning physical models with market signals
    • Auction office
    • Transparency in ATC allocations
strategic targets
Strategic targets
  • Market unbundling has distributed Business Processes across various Energy Stakeholders, typically :
    • Scheduling
    • Capacity allocation and nomination
    • Reserve management
    • Customer switching
    • Settlement Calculations…
  • This however requires coordination of standards across stakeholders
  • Standardisation is a key element for IT Total Cost of Ownership reduction through :
    • Harmonization of business processes
    • Improved component reusability
    • Market Interfaces
    • Reduced integration costs
aims of iec european standardization
Aims of IEC – European Standardization
  • CIM Market Extension CME creation
    • Mainly north American vision of the market in 2003
    • Taking into account European market design : OTC Over the counter market not modelled
  • IEC European Market Model benefits
    • Integrating the European market standard defined by ETSO works into IEC
      • Harmonized European role model
      • Enhance IEC standards with business processes
      • Many business processes already modelled by ETSO
      • Extensive business exchanged messages
      • Reuse of the ETSO implementation guides
      • Building of a working framework based on UN/Cefact specification
    • Hosting the European profile as IEC international standards
    • Taking advantage of the standardization community
european wg16 subteam members
European WG16 Subteam Members
  • WG16:

Benoit Marie Areva TD, Coordinator

Lars Ola Osterlund ABB

Christelle Chalhoub RTE

Maurice Adriaensen KEMA

Aleksandar Cvetkovic Syseca

  • ETSO:

Michael Conroy Consultant

Nisheeth Singh Swiss Grid

Leslaw Winiarski PSE

  • Methodology Experts :

Cyril Effantin EDF R&D

Jean-Luc Sanson Consultant

André Maizener Consultant

project liaisons
Project Liaisons
  • Participation to ETSO TF EDI Meeting : Benoit Marie (Areva)
  • Proposal to appoint dedicated IEC Interfaces in ETSO Technical Groups
    • ECAN2 : Benoit Marie (AREVA)
    • ERRP2 : Christelle Chalhoub (RTE)
  • CIM Model Manager : Kendall Demaree (Areva)
calendar
Calendar
  • Monthly meeting since Santa Clara in January 2008
  • 6th Technical Workshop Meeting - Paris September 2008
  • Paper at next CIGRE D2-C5 September 2008
  • WG16 Meeting October 2008
  • First interoperability tests 2009
how to achieve the convergence work building of the cme cim market extensions

WG13 - 61970

CIM

Transmission Part

WG14 - 61968

CIM

Distribution Part

How to achieve the convergence work ?Building of the CME (CIM Market Extensions)

Energy

Scheduling

Market

Operations

Reservation

Financials

North American IEC Profile

2 IEC

Task forces

WG 16 - 62325

CIM

Market

Extensions

Methodological Framework

European IEC Profile

ETSO

ERRP

ETSO

ESS

ETSO

ECAN

ETSO

EMVR/EAR

+

Harmonized ETSO EbIX EFET Role model

the etso ebix efet harmonized role model
The ETSO-ebIX-EFET Harmonized Role Model

Balancing Area

Grid Connecting Party

Capacity Area

how to achieve the convergence work building of the cme cim market extensions12

WG13 - 61970

CIM

Transmission Part

WG14 - 61968

CIM

Distribution Part

How to achieve the convergence work ?Building of the CME (CIM Market Extensions)

Energy

Scheduling

Market

Operations

Reservation

Financials

North American IEC Profile

2 IEC

Task forces

WG 16 - 62325

CIM

Market

Extensions

Methodological Framework

European IEC Profile

ETSO

ERRP

ETSO

ESS

ETSO

ECAN

ETSO

EMVR/EAR

+

Harmonized ETSO EbIX EFET Role model

methodological framework based on un cefact ccts

ex: ETSO Scheduling Process

Methodological frameworkbased on UN/Cefact CCTS

UN/Cefact (United Nations/Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business)

CCTS (Core Component Technical Specification)

  • CCTS Gives a working framework to enhance semantic, interoperability in electronic data exchanges
  • In particular, it helps to link business processes data exchanges with a common global information model (such as the CIM model)
methodological framework based on un cefact ccts14

UML Abstract Information Model

CIM UN/CEFACT like

European Style Market

Profile

US Style Market

Profile

UML Information Models

Scheduling

Capacity Allocation

Reserve Management

UML Processes

UML Contextual message Models

Schedule Document Model

Confirmation Document Model

UML Message Assembly

Schedule Document message

Confirmation Document Message

Documents Specification

Message Implementation syntactic Models

XSD Schedule Document

XSD Confirmation Document

Methodological frameworkbased on UN/Cefact CCTS
proposed cim extensions
Proposed CIM Extensions
  • With Scheduling and Capacity Allocation processes studies we have the following new CIM classes :
    • MarketRole
    • Process
    • TimeSeries
    • BidTimeSeries
    • Auction
    • Price
progress status
Progress Status
  • European Market Profile Candidate release :
    • CIM /UNCefact derived Core Components
    • CIM Information Model Extensions
    • European message models for all business processes
    • Message assembly and syntactic models for all documents
  • Methodology Rules transmitted for review  Technical Specification and later part of the WG16 standard
  • ESS (Scheduling) Documents finalized  Approval on the 13th November 2007
  • ECAN (Capacity Allocation) Documents drafted

 Official ETSO Confirmation in April 2008 :

“The ETSO TF EDI agreed that the methodology outlined in cooperation with IEC should be promoted.”

methodological framework based on un cefact ccts24

UML Abstract Information Model

CIM UN/CEFACT like

European Style Market

Profile

US Style Market

Profile

UML Information Models

Scheduling

Capacity Allocation

Reserve Management

UML Processes

UML Contextual message Models

Schedule Document Model

Confirmation Document Model

UML Message Assembly

Schedule Document message

Confirmation Document Message

Documents Specification

Message Implementation syntactic Models

XSD Schedule Document

XSD Confirmation Document

Methodological frameworkbased on UN/Cefact CCTS

3XX

4XX

5XX

next steps
Next Steps
  • Standard publication:
    • European Profile Model finalization – In progress
    • Model documentation – In progress
    • Methodology Rules finalization – In progress
    • European Market Profile Release and Publication
  • CIM Model harmonization :
    • New Information classes and associations : Harmonization with North American Market Profile
    • UN/CEFACT data types
  • Modelling supporting Tool :
    • Support for modelling requirements
    • Automate syntactic message Generation schemas and validation