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Open Smart Grid (OpenSG) Technical Committee Plenary. November 2010. Agenda. 8:00am – Safety & Welcome (Chris) 8:10am – UCA Chairman’s Report (Erich) 8:20am – Logistics / Announcements (Chris) 8:30am – SEP 2.0 Update(Tobin) 8:50 am – 2010 Objectives to date (Chris K)

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  • 8:00am – Safety & Welcome (Chris)
  • 8:10am – UCA Chairman’s Report (Erich)
  • 8:20am – Logistics / Announcements (Chris)
  • 8:30am – SEP 2.0 Update(Tobin)
  • 8:50am – 2010 Objectives to date (Chris K)
  • 9:00am – WG and TF plan for the week
    • SG Communications (15min)
    • SG Conformity (15min)
    • SG Security (15min)
    • SG Systems (15min)
  • Q&A
welcome safety
Welcome & Safety
  • Welcome & Safety
    • CPR
    • 911
    • Exits & Meeting Point
ucaiug corporate supporters
UCAIug Corporate Supporters

UCAIug Corporate SupportersBy Region

UCAIug Corporate Supporters

ucaiug members
UCAIug Members

Linear Trend Line

UCAIug 2009 User Accounts

By Region

ucaiug budget
UCAIug Budget

2010 Proposed



Internet Information




New OpenSG Simulations WG


SEP 2.0 OpenSG UpdateTobin RichardsonDirector, Smart Energy

ZigBee Alliance

November 2, 2010


zigbee smart energy profile update
ZigBee Smart Energy Profile Update
  • 1.0 Implementation & Market Support
    • 1.x evolution
  • 2.0 Development and Status
zigbee smart energy public application profile 1 0
ZigBee Smart Energy Public Application Profile 1.0
  • More than 70 SE-certified devices now
  • Market implementation support in Texas – ZigFesTX Go-to-Market
    • Four ZigFesTX under our belt – May through November
    • Last ZigFesTX for 2010 in Houston, next week – CenterPoint hosting
  • 1.x Revision Nearly Ratified
    • First certification event passed; now to Architecture Review and SE WG review – includes features like Multiple ESIs, Over-the-Air Bootloader, CCBs
  • Continuing demand for increased functionality in 1.x profile evolution
    • Prepay; multi-fuel; tunneling, etc.; ongoing evaluation of timing/scope and appropriate level of effort.
sep 2 0
SEP 2.0
  • Recap development process
  • Current Status
  • Ongoing work items
zigbee process
ZigBee Process
  • Market Requirements Document (MRD)
  • Technical Requirements Document (TRD)
  • 0.7 version of Specification (Interop-Ready)
  • 0.9 version of Specification (Certification-Ready)
  • 1.0 version of Specification (Certified Devices)
current status 2 0
Current Status – 2.0
  • SEP 2.0 TRD comment resolution nearing completion and reballot
  • SEP 2.0 Application Specification (App Spec):
    • Letter ballot received ~2000 comments
    • Resolution divided into sections led by champions
    • Significant progress made on resolving comments
    • Several meetings (face-to-face this past week in California)
    • Working closely with various external groups (NAESB and IEC, for example)
    • The negative: has not been easy – requirements are a moving target with many external factors and internal contentious items, often caught in middle (61968 vs 61850, for example)
  • Several test events have occurred for IP stack
  • First interop of SE 2.0 Profile event last week!!
current status cont d
Current Status (cont’d)
  • Ramping up collaboration with multiple MAC/PHYs (HomePlug, Wi-Fi) on developing profile (app support specification)
  • Continuing work with harmonization efforts with sister organizations (and newly emerging ones)
    • OpenHAN
    • NAESB
    • PAPs
    • etc.
major work items ongoing
Major Work Items Ongoing
  • Harmonizing with SAE on plug-in vehicle comms
  • Harmonizing with DER / inverter / 61850 / SunSpec
  • Harmonizing with NAESB
  • Harmonizing with NIST PAPs (3, 4, 9, 10, 11, etc.)
  • Cleanup and additional detail (transactions, schemas, boot-strap, device discovery, resource discovery, multiple ESIs, etc.)
  • Certificate Authority selection (downselection, finalizing negotiations – will announce publicly soon)
external influences reminder
External Influences - Reminder
  • OpenSG
  • US NIST and SGIP
  • IEC
  • EU (ESMIG, etc.)
  • AU (WSAA, etc.)
  • SAE
external outreach
External Outreach
  • Working with many SDOs
  • Developing new standards:
    • IETF CoRE / CoAP
    • IETF 6LoWPAN (ND, etc.)
  • Refining existing standards:
    • IETF TLS
    • IEC 61968 (CIM)
    • IEEE 802.15.4
recent european int l collaboration
Recent European/Int’l Collaboration
  • IEC – TC57 – WG 12 – in process
  • CEN/CENELEC/ETSI – European focus
    • Liaisons in place and in process
    • M441 European Mandate
  • Many others in progress and ongoing collaboration
  • UK Smart Metering Mandate – Prospectus
key upcoming events milestones
Key Upcoming Events/Milestones
  • TRD reissue & public comment (30-day re-ballot when complete)
  • 0.7 AppSpec reissue & public comment (30-day re-ballot when complete)
  • ZigFesTX – Houston, Nov. 9-11, CenterPoint
  • ZigBee Alliance member meeting – Nov. 15-19, Dublin, Ireland
  • More liaisons, ever-expanding tent of participants in SE 2.0 profile
thank you
Thank You!

reveiw 2010 opensg strategic goals
Reveiw: 2010 OpenSG Strategic Goals

General conformity requirements documents

Complete HAN 2.0 SRS

Expand OpenHAN to be all encompassing around edge devices – evolve from HAN to include C&I

Complete OpenADE SRS 1.0 and associated compliance requirements

Focus on program management

2010 opensg wg specific objectives
2010 OpenSG WG Specific Objectives
  • SG Systems
    • OpenADR
      • Build CIM into OpenADR specifications
      • Harmonize OpenADR with other TFs (OpenHAN, OpenADE, Conformance, etc.)
    • OpenADE
      • OpenADE 1.0 SRS: February 2010
      • OpenADE 2.0: User Requirements Q2 2010
      • OpenADE 2.0: System Requirements / Service Definitions Q4 2010
    • OpenHAN
      • OpenHAN 2.0 SRS ratified by OpenSG
  • SG Communications
    • Continue work on SG-NET System Requirements Specification (interim release 5)
    • Get the Network Interoperability task group work organized for next quarter
    • Meet with NIST on PAP 1 and agree to SG-NET responsibilities
  • SG Conformance
    • Agree upon (simple) definitions for Conformance and Interoperability and “Abstract Test Cases” and “Concrete Test Cases”
    • Agree upon a language (framework, taxomomy) upon which to build abstract test cases
    • Edge Conformance
      • Complete Certification Process Reference Manual
  • SG Security
    • Establish coordinated support for other OpenSG working groups & task forces
    • Revise the AMI Security Profile
    • Address additional security profiles as produced by ASAP-SG
shaping 2011 opensg strategic goals
Shaping 2011 OpenSG Strategic Goals

SG Simulations WG

define how edge devices integrate as a closed-loop system

Impact on distribution system and closed loop design constraints for stability

Communications Strategy for Broad Coverage (Dist Sys level)

-SG comms work with UTC/WCA

Integrated Demand Response/Advanced Load Control

Address edge devices as an integrated systems approach incorporating all edge devices and market interfaces/services

ASAP-SG Security Profiles next round, weave into SG Security/SGIP-CSWG

Enterprise Information Management w.r.t. CIM interoperability projects, Data Reference Architecture

Open Source repository for test cases and lab artifacts

2011 meeting dates
2011 Meeting Dates
  • March 7-10, San Antonio, TX (SWRI)
    • Not yet confirmed, looking for alternative
  • July 18-21, Vancouver, BC (BC Hydro, DeYagher)
  • November 14-17, Buffalo? Pittsburgh? Baltimore? Charlotte? Atlanta? Jacksonville?

Note: These are tentative dates. Please do not plan travel until you receive a registration notice.

sg communications charter
SG Communications Charter

Identify and articulate Smart Grid communications requirements and work with Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) and vendor consortiums to realize those requirements.

Engage with the NIST Smart Grid Roadmap activities and address communications related OpenSG tasks in the various NIST Priority Action Plans (PAPs).

Slide 29

Don Sturek, PG&E

sg communications organization
SG Communications Organization


Don Sturek, PG&E

Task Groups:

SG-NETWORK: Chair: Matt Gillmore, Consumers Energy

Vice Chair: Ron Cunningham, AEP

Network Interoperability: Tom Herbst, Silver Spring Networks

Slide 30

Don Sturek, PG&E

progress since detroit
Progress since Detroit


NIST PAP 2 Tasks:

Interim release 4 released

1400 additional requirements created

Draft white papers on RF Spectrum Allocation for Smart Grid use cases

Database for Communication Requirements modeling has had major improvements.

System Requirements Specification document is progressing to align better with the 2800+ requirements identified to date.

Slide 31

Don Sturek, PG&E

objectives for this meeting
Objectives for This Meeting

SG Communications

Network Interoperability Task Group deliverables for the next quarter


Continue work on the SG-NETWORK System Requirements and System Requirements Specification (SRS) for Interim Report #5

Support NIST with PAP 1 & 2 for completion by end of year.

Network Interoperability

Agree on deliverables for the next quarter

Plan work to meet deliverables

Slide 32

Don Sturek, PG&E

sg network objectives this week
SG-NETWORK Objectives This Week

Joint SG-SEC/SG-NETWORK meeting to review security portions of requirements

System requirements Specification working sessions

Vet SG-Network System requirements for version 4.1

Discuss the use of SG-Network requirements for RF Spectrum allocation white papers.

Review Requirements Database

Plan scope of the next interim release

PAP 2 joint meeting Thursday

Slide 33

Don Sturek, PG&E

sg communications agenda
SG Communications Agenda

Monday, PM1 (SG Communications)

Boot Camp

Note: Session is an overview for newcomers


10:30-noon SG Communications & SG-Network agenda review

1-3pm SG Security / SG-Network – e.g. CIA vetting

3:30 – 5:30 System Requirements Specification (DA content review)

Slide 34

Don Sturek, PG&E

sg communications agenda1
SG Communications Agenda


8-10am Requirements Database Working session – release planning, payload ties to interfaces/dataflows, user feedback

10:30-12noon – SG-Network requirements and Spectrum Requirements

1-3pm System Requirement Specification & payload attribute data review

3:30 -5pm Requirements and SRS working session

6-8pm TBD additional meeting

Slide 35

Don Sturek, PG&E

sg communications agenda2
SG Communications Agenda


8-10am SG Network / PAP 2

10:30-noon SG Network / PAP 2

Slide 36

Don Sturek, PG&E

sg conformity
SG Conformity

Bruce Muschlitz

sg conformity charter
SG Conformity Charter

Certification requirements for SG systems

Develop Quality Assurance Plan

Explore use of a Product Mark (logo)

Create repository of best practices

Define sustainable conformity programs

Provide coordination between OpenSG and 61850 and CIM testing groups

Explore tester accreditation


Slide 38

Bruce Muschlitz, EnerNex

sg conformity overview
SG Conformity Overview


Bruce Muschlitz, EnerNex

Vice chair

Zahra Makoui, PG&E

Task Groups:

Edge Conformity: Phil Beecher, John Lin

Security Conformity: Bobby Brown, Sandy Bacik

Enterprise Conformity: Mark Ortiz, (co-chair presently vacant)


Slide 39

Bruce Muschlitz, EnerNex

progress since detroit1
Progress since Detroit

Paused main conformity meetings to focus on CPRM (Certification Process reference Manual)

Identified ITU standard X.291 (IEC 9646-2) as basis for abstract test definitions

Progressed CPRM to Rev.9 (now on hold awaiting NIST SGIP TCC IPRM completion)(IPRM=Interoperability Process Reference Manual)

CPRM to be restructured as modification to IPRM to avoid duplicative work)

Security Conformity Group progress slowed due to lack of participation






Working with NIST TCC (Testing and Conformance Committee

Ensure no duplication of efforts

TCC WG3 Assessment of NIST standards for suitability toward interoperable products

TCC WG4 Interoperabilty Process Reference Manual

TCC WG5 Laboratory qualification criteria

July 2010

Slide 40

Bruce Muschlitz, EnerNex

objectives for this meeting1
Objectives for This Meeting

Status update on NIST TCC IPRM completion

Discuss long-term relationship with SGIP

Restructure CPRM as additions/changes to IPRM

Outline Quality Assurance Program for OpenSG

Discuss how Conformity WG can help create ITCA(InteropTesting and Certification Authority) for OpenSG groups

Roundtable – Requests from the OSG Working groups on conformity needs

July 2010

Slide 41

Bruce Muschlitz, EnerNex

sg conformity agenda
SG Conformity Agenda

Monday, PM1 (SG Conformity Boot Camp)

Tuesday, AM2 (SG Conformity Main meeting)

Tuesday, PM1 (Edge Conformity)

Tuesday, PM2 (Joint Enterprise / Edge Conformity)

Wednesday, AM1 (Joint Network Interop / Enterprise / Edge Conformity)

Wednesday, AM2 (Joint Enterprise / Edge Conformity)

Wednesday, PM1 (Joint Edge Conformity / Network Interop)

Thursday, AM1 (Security Conformity)

Thursday, AM1 (SGIP TCC WG4, IPRM)

July 2010

Slide 42

Bruce Muschlitz, EnerNex


November 2010

Edge/Enterprise Conformity TG Charter

  • Develop Certification, Testing and Interoperability Policy and Requirements for ADE, ADR, AMI-Ent and HAN

Slide 43

Phil Beecher


November 2010

Edge/Enterprise Conformity TG Overview

  • Chair
    • Phil Beecher, (Edge), Mark Ortiz (Ent)
  • Co-chair
    • John Lin, (Edge), John Simmins (Ent)
  • Collaboration:
    • OpenADE, OpenADR, OpenHAN, AMI-Ent

Slide 44

Phil Beecher

edge enterprise conformity activity

November 2010

Edge / Enterprise Conformity Activity
  • Edge and Enterprise Conformity Task Groups worked on a single combined Certification Process Reference Manual
    • Content frozen, pending release of SGTCC IPRM
    • Next step will be ensuring CPRM is complementary to IPRM
  • Abstract Test Case Documents development in progress
    • Started work on OpenHAN document
    • Need to agree scope, then start work on OpenADE and OpenADR

Slide 45

Phil Beecher


November 2010

Objectives for November F2F Meeting

  • Edge/Enterprise Conformity TG work sessions
    • Agree Scope of Abstract Test Case documentation
    • Define Test Methodologies and requirements for OpenADE, OpenADR and Enterprise.
  • Other Joint Sessions
    • Network Interop
      • Understand scope of work
      • Overview of Test Methodologies
      • Collaboration on Abstract Test Cases

Slide 46

Phil Beecher


November 2010

Edge/Enterprise Conformity TGAgenda

  • Monday, Nov 1st
    • PM2, SG Conformity Boot Camp
    • Note: Session is an overview for newcomers
  • Tuesday, Nov 2nd
    • AM2 SG Conformity Work Session
    • PM1 Edge Conformity, Review OpenHAN Test Cases Document
    • PM2 Edge/Enterprise – Overview of test scenarios / methodologies
  • Wednesday, Nov 3rd
    • AM1 Edge/Enterprise/Network Interop – Enterprise test scenarios / methodologies
    • AM2, Edge/Enterprise - Abstract Test Cases
    • PM1, Edge/Network Interop – HAN test scenarios / methodologies

Slide 47

Phil Beecher


November 2010

Edge/Enterprise Conformity TG

  • Email reflector:
    • GotoMeeting information:
    • Provided via email to all members of Edge and Enterprise Conformity reflector
    • Announced on the OpenSG sharepoint in the Edge Conformity calendar
  • Meeting times:
  • Meeting minutes and documents:

Slide 48

Phil Beecher

sg security
SG Security

Darren Highfill

sg security charter
SG Security Charter

Scope: Develop detailed security and assurance requirements and security best practice guidance for organizations throughout the lifecycle of smart grid technology.

Technology-specific, but vendor-agnostic

Feed and accelerate SDO work (IEC, IEEE, etc.)

Mission: Influence development of a higher level of cyber security and governance tied to mission reliability than is required for traditional IT applications.

Slide 50

Darren Highfill, SCE

sg security overview
SG Security Overview


Darren Highfill, SCE

Vice Chair

Bobby Brown, EnerNex


Nick Gerbino, Dominion

Task Forces:


Security for Advanced Metering Infrastructure systems and components


Configuration profiles for security features and functionality

Slide 51

Darren Highfill, SCE

progress since detroit mi
Progress since Detroit, MI

CyberSec-Interop Task Force

Published IPSec Configuration Profile document

Developing configuration profiles for Syslog, and LDAP

Usability Analysis Task Force

Completed review of Third Party Data Access Security Profile

Beginning review of Distribution Management Security Profile

AMI Security Profile

Mapped to NISTIR and NERC CIP

SG Network support

Continued collaboration with SG Network, PAP02, and CSWG on C-I-A rankings

Embedded Systems Interest Group

New work being scoped and defined

Slide 52

Darren Highfill, SCE

objectives for november f2f meeting
Objectives for November F2F Meeting

Support relationships with other OpenSG working groups and task forces

SG Network


Review / share information on industry issues

ASAP-SG progress & status

Stuxnet, vulnerability handling / responsible disclosure

Consider needs for new task forces

Embedded Systems

Interfaces with external groups




Slide 53

Darren Highfill, SCE

sg security agenda
SG Security Agenda

Slide 54

Darren Highfill, SCE

sg systems wg
SG Systems WG

EIM (new) – Greg Robinson

ADE – Dave Mollerstuen or Steven van Ausdall

ADR – Albert Chiu or Ed Koch

HAN – Erich Gunther

Requires Integration – LOTS of integration

Onslaught of new applications and technologies


In a complex IT environment

A plethora of changing technologies with disparate methodologies/philosophies over many years

Many custom systems, legacy technologies

Departmental objectives tend to encourage “silos”

Project funding gives priority to project-focused implementations

Without fitting into an enterprise context

Aging / outsourced systems and IT workforce

Historically, extremely low R&D expenditures

Smart Grid Challenges…

it s more than just technical matters
It’s More Than Just Technical Matters

Driving Forces

Restraining Forces

  • Lack of stable industry standard definitions
  • Vendor’s way = lower project costs
  • Vendors pushing for ‘proprietary lock-in’
  • Consultants pushing to be ‘thought leaders’
  • Hours-sold revenue driving System Integrators
  • Internal system experts want to remain experts
  • Project managers striving for control
  • Inertia – why change?
  • Our situation’s unique – standards hinder us
  • Consistent enterprise-wide data
  • One version of the truth
  • Access to data regardless of source
  • Business transformation agility
  • Reduced project implementation costs
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Reduced IT risks
  • Availability of external services
  • Scalable business process automation
  • Scalable business activity monitoring
  • Accurate reporting – regulatory, KPIs
  • Mergers and acquisitions

Status Quo

For further information, please refer to the article on page 56

of the January issue of Utility T&D Automation & Engineering:

defining eim gartner
Defining EIM (Gartner)

Enterprise Information Management (EIM) is:

    • An organizational commitment to structure, secure and improve the accuracy and integrity of information assets,
    • to solve semantic inconsistencies across all boundaries,
    • and support the technical, operational and business objectives within the organization's enterprise architecture strategy.
  • A commitment to EIM is recognition that information in the enterprise is as important as process (application development) and infrastructure (technology)

Enterprise Vision & Strategy

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Business & IT Core Processes

Enterprise Business & IT Organizations

Enterprise Infrastructure

EIM Vision & Strategy

EIM Governance

EIM Core Processes

EIM Organization

EIM Infrastructure

Data Quality




Information Architecture Blueprint Management

Data Integrity


Data Security & Protection


(Virtual, Hybrid……)



(DBMS, Content Mgmt, ETL, EAI, EII, Data Modeling, BI/DW, Collaboration…..)

Data Lifecycle Management


Roles & Responsibilities

Policies, Principles & Tenets

Data Movement

Semantics Management

Goals & Objectives

Functional Services


Database Management

Knowledgebase and Repositories

Master Data Management

Value Propositions

Business Value and Relationship Management


Information Services

Standards & Best Practices

Services & Support

Overall EIM Framework

new eim task force organizational meeting
New EIM Task Force Organizational Meeting
  • Meets during second slot of SG-Systems WG
    • (3:30 on Tuesday)
  • Agenda
    • Overview of EIM
    • Roundtable to hear about experiences and expectations of members
    • Form strategy that will help members to mitigate risk and lower costs for their companies
    • Establish key points for charter
    • Develop milestones
  • Subsequent meeting(s) possible on Wednesday if members are available
sg systems openade
SG Systems – OpenADE

Dave Mollerstuen, Chair

openade overview
OpenADE Overview

Charter: The Open Automatic Data Exchange (OpenADE) Task Force within the UCAIug Open Smart Grid Subcommittee is responsible for developing business requirements, use cases, system requirements specifications, and reference definitions that allows a consumer to grant a third party access to their electric data and in accordance with that authorization, the utility to deliver the consumer data to the third party using a standard interoperable machine-to-machine (M2M) interface

Chair: Dave Mollerstuen, Tendril Networks:

Co-chair: Steve Van Ausdall, Xtensible Solutions:





Consumer Advocates

Meetings: Weekly (?) webconference working meetings: Thursdays 10a PT / 1p ET

Mailing List: OpenADE list at <>

Slide 62


progress since detroit july 2010
Progress since Detroit (July 2010)
  • Ongoing contributions (data model, manpower) to PAP10 Energy Usage Information model in NAESB
  • Helped establish, initiate NAESB Energy Services Provider Interface (ESPI) Task Force: to standardize requirements, services initially developed in OpenADE.

Slide 63


objectives for november f2f meeting1
Objectives for November F2F Meeting

Review updated PAP10 Energy Usage Information Model

“Evangelize” NAESB ESPI work

Develop plan for next four months (through Spring 2011 OpenSG F2F), twelve months

Weekly OpenADE webconference meetings have been “on hiatus” this fall, pending initial traction in ESPI. Is it time to reconvene requirements effort towards OpenADE 2.0?

Sample implementation of ESPI standard?

Testing and Certification for OpenADE / ESPI?

Ongoing discussion of OpenADE 2.0 scope

Slide 64


openade tf agenda
OpenADE TF Agenda

Slide 65


openadr charter
OpenADR Charter

Identify and articulate DR signals requirements (based on LBNL OpenADR specification) and work with Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) and vendor consortiums to realize those requirements.

Engage with the NIST Smart Grid Roadmap activities and address communications related OpenSG tasks in the various NIST Priority Action Plans (PAP09, etc.).

OpenADR focuses on DR from an application point of view and specifically on the interactions between the Utility and Facility whereas other groups within UCAIug are more focused on platforms or systems that may support DR applications within their specific domains.

Work closely with horizontal OpenSG groups. Some overlap with OpenHAN (facility side) and AMI Ent (Utility head end side).

Develop requirements and harmonize with CIM efforts.

Slide 67

openadr organization
OpenADR Organization


Albert Chiu, PG&E

Vice chair

Ed Koch, Akuacom

Task Groups:

Use Case Team

Incrementally build up a set of generic use cases that are expressed in similar format for the scope of AMI-Enterprise.

Ralph Martinez (, chair

Kay Stefferud (, co- chair

System Requirement Specification (SRS) Team

Generate System Requirements Specification

Joe Zhou (, chair

Services Definition Team

Define integration requirements and service definitions

Jerry Gray (, chair

Shawn Hu (,co chair

Slide 68

progress since detroit2
Progress since Detroit

Completed OpenADR SRS version 1.0

Documents was approved by OpenSG TC on September

Using LBNL OpenADR Specification as basis and utilizing CIM where applicable

Utilized requirements from a number of different efforts – NAESB, EIS alliance, SEP 2.0, EMIX, WS-Calendar

Continue to work with IRC to merge the wholesale and retail data table in NAESB office

Completed OpenADR SD draft version 1.0


Web services implementation Profile

Slide 69

objectives for this meeting2
Objectives for This Meeting

NIST PAP09 joint meeting

OpenADR TF updates

NAESB updates

Zigbee/SEP updates

OASIS updates

Discuss OASIS EI TC draft document

Discuss NAESB retail and wholesale data models

Continue Service Definition work


Web services implementation Profile

Finalize comments period and prepare SD for voting

Target date: December

Slide 70

openadr agenda
OpenADR Agenda

Monday, PM (SG-System)

Boot Camp

Note: Session is an overview for newcomers

Tuesday, PM (PAP09/OpenADR joint session)

Wednesday, AM1 (OpenADR)

Continue SD work

Wednesday, AM2 (PAP09/OpenADR joint session)

Wednesday, PM1 (OpenADR)

Continue SD work

Wednesday, PM2 (OpenADR)

OpenADR 2.0 vision

Thursday, AM (OpenADR)

Finalize SD work

Plan for next F2F

Slide 71

sg systems openhan tf
SG Systems – OpenHAN TF

Erich Gunther / Mary Zientara

openhan tf overview
OpenHAN TF Overview


Erich W. Gunther, EnerNex –


Mary Zientara, Reliant Energy -

Task Groups:

OpenHAN 2.0

Mary Zientara, Reliant Energy, chair

Charlie Smith, GE, co-chair

Charles Spirakis, Google, co-chair

Zahra Makoui, PG&E, co-chair

openhan tf

Email reflector:


Web meeting information:

Provided via email to all members of OpenHAN reflector

Announced on the OpenHAN calendar

Web meeting times:

Meeting minutes and documents:


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Define the system requirements for an open standard Home Area Network system

Promote open standards-based HANs that are interoperable

Provide the vendor community with a common set of principles and requirements around which to build products

Ensure reliable and sustainable HAN platforms

Support various energy policies in a variety of states, provinces, and countries

Empower consumers to manage their electricity consumption by giving them the information and control they need to make decisions on their energy use


openhan history





August 2008 UtilityAMI 2008 HAN SRS v1.04 released

OpenHAN TF is formed to develop system requirements for the HAN

June 2009

Utility AMI 2008 HAN SRS v1.04 selected as a customer domain standard in the NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Standards Roadmap

October 2009

OpenHAN 2.0 formed to develop the next version of the HAN SRS

Jan – July 2010

OpenHAN 2.0 collaboration effort

August 30, 2010

UCAIug HAN SRS v2.0 ratified and released

OpenHAN History

OpenHAN 2.0 Effort

  • Over 130 individuals representing over 80 companies participated in the development of the HAN SRS v 2.0 over a 10 month period
ucaiug han srs v2 01

The audience for the HAN SRS include:

Utilities considering deploying AMI systems that interact with HANs

Vendors that make AMI systems for Utilities that interact with HANs

Vendors that make consumer products (e.g. programmable communicating thermostats, energy management systems, load control switches, in-home displays, smart appliances, Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEV), distributed energy resources (DER), etc.)

Service Providers developing smart grid enabled programs for consumers (e.g. demand response, energy management, pre-pay, PEV programs, DER programs, etc.)

Policy makers looking to understand how Utility AMI deployments that interact with HANs benefit and impact consumers

Industry alliances and standards organizations

NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) activities (e.g. Smart Grid Architectural Committee (SGAC), Cyber Security Working Group (CSWG), Smart Grid Testing and Certification Committee (SGTCC), etc.)


ucaiug han srs v2 02

Architectural Considerations

HAN SRS applies from the edge of the AMI System, where the Energy Services Interface (ESI) resides, to all relevant HAN Devices in the premises

Energy Services Interface (ESI)

An interface which enables communication between authorized parties and HAN devices that are registered to it

There may be more than one ESI in the premise (e.g. Utility ESI, 3rd party ESI)

Utility ESI – provides interface between the Utility AMI network and HAN devices, including the AMI meter

Other ESI – provides interface between other communication media (e.g. internet, cell phone, EMS, etc.) and HAN devices registered to it



This figure shows the type of communication a HAN Device may engage in, which is dependent upon its relationship with the ESI and the Service Provider.


HAN System Requirements

Application Requirements

Communication Requirements

Security Requirements

Performance Requirements

Operations, Maintenance, and Logistics Requirements



In order to provide guidance to service providers and vendors, the OpenHAN Task Force mapped each requirement to functional HAN Devices in tables at the end of each requirement section.

The tables indicate which requirements the OpenHAN Task Force considered necessary for the Commissioning Process (CP), for the Registration Process (RP), for Security (S), for application functionality (BF), as Optional (O), or if the requirement was Not Applicable (NA) for the function of the device.

These tables may be used as a template or starting point for Service Providers in their discussions with vendors and in their procurement process.

Vendors may use these tables as guidance for producing devices and software which enables basic HAN functionality and for providing additional functionality in order to provide competitive differentiation.

The tables are for reference only and should not limit the needs of Service Providers nor limit vendor innovation.

Mapping Requirements to Functional Devices


UCAIug HAN SRS v2.0 is located on the OpenHAN sharepoint: