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  1. PC118 WG1 Draft Framework China PC 118/WG1 Meeting, 2012-5-23, Santa Clara

  2. TRPart1-Overview TRPart2-Information Model TRPart3-Information Exchange Model TRPart4-Communication Mapping TRPart5 and TR Part6 (TBD) Contents PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  3. Consensus on the Work Products for WG1 Scope of User? • Entity that consumes electricity supplied by the electric grid • A “user” might be a home, a vehicle, a commercial building, an industrial facility, etc. • A “user” may also be an aggregator U.S. : Discussion Paper for Establishing Consensus on the Work Products for WG1 PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 3

  4. Consensus on the Work Products for WG1 Scope of User Interface? • A “user interface” is a means to exchange information between the electric grid energy supplier and the user to achieve one or more of several objectives PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 4

  5. Consensus on the Work Products for WG1 What Functionality Should the User Interface Enable? • Convey price information • Enable market transactions • Convey demand response requests • Convey forward power usage projections • Convey requests for ancillary services • Take direct load control actions • Enable energy efficiency analysis • … PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 5

  6. Consensus on the Work Products for WG1 Architectural Consideration for a User Interface • Suitable for interaction with many different kinds of users with varying local abilities and constraints • Must be based on specific communication exchanges that do not depend on the details of how the user implements a response PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 6

  7. Consensus on the Work Products for WG1 Existing Standards • Any standard developed by PC 118 WG 1 must respect and be compatible with existing standards and their future evolution PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 7

  8. TR Part1-Overview • This part describes the definitions, terms, requirements, system architecture and use cases (as an appendix) as the basis for the other parts of TR. • The main content of Part1 includes TRmap, Requirements,Actors,System Architecture and Interface Description. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  9. TR Part1-OverviewTR Map • PC118/WG1 TR can be divided into 3 hierarchical layers. The top layer can be sub sectioned to Overview, Information Model, Information Exchange Model, etc.; the second layer can be continuesely sub sectioned. Definitions and TR map PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  10. TR Part1-OverviewRequirements • This clause regulates the requirements of architecture design and modeling construction for Smart Grid User Interface, including requirements of function, communication, performance, security, system installation and configuration, maintenance, etc. 6.1 Basic Requirements Convey price information Enable market transactions Convey demand response requests Convey forward power usage projections Convey requests for ancillary services Take direct load control actions Enable energy efficiency analysis Enable monitoring power quality Convey user information Convey and respond user requests … PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  11. TR Part1-OverviewRequirements 6.2 Other Requirements Requirement for direct control from grid side Enable Plug and Play application as much as possible Schedule Considerations ….. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  12. TR Part1-OverviewMajor Actors • This part identifies the roles involved in the system, including organization, person, system, equipment, etc. • 7.2 User-side actors • 7.1 Grid-side actors PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  13. TR Part1-OverviewMajor Actors • 7.3 User Side Equipment Category • This part presents the category logic and classification of the smart equipment on user side. Some factors have to be taken into consideration for the classification. There could be different classification, for example: • according to user type, equipment can be categorized to residential, commercial and industrial; • according to function, equipment can be categorized to load, generator, meter etc.; • according to adjustability, equipment can be categorized to adjustable and un-adjustable load equipment. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  14. TR Part1-OverviewSystem Architecture Consideration • 8.1 Architecture Consideration • This sub-clause describes the nature of the smart grid user interface and the hierarchical communication relationships between different actors. • The design of the architecture needs a comprehensive consideration of compatibility of legacy system, functionality, information communication, security, etc. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  15. TR Part1-OverviewSystem Architecture Consideration • 8.1 Architecture Consideration • smart meter, public communication gateway, utility gateway and other gateways realize the effective and secure information communication between user and grid . • various customer energy management systems realize efficient monitoring and management of energy and smart equipment on user side, based on the analysis of conveyed information from grid side; on the other hand, aggregate the user side information, to realize the effective interaction between user and grid. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  16. TR Part1-Overview System Architecture Consideration • 8.2 Description and Category of Related Standards • This sub-clause presents the description and taxonomy of the existing standards from the perspective of standard-setting, objectives of standards, etc. aiming at the further identification of standards gap. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  17. TR Part1-OverviewSystem Architecture Consideration • 8.3 Relationship between Parts of the Technical Report The logic relationship between the 6 parts of TR is presented in the following Diagram. The first part of the TR needs to analyze the various applications and functions exchanged between grid side and customer side, in which, Demand Response is a key application. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  18. TR Part1-OverviewAppendix Use Cases • Smart grid user interface will support a wide range of applications and interactions, including: applications and electrical service provider interactions, e.g.: (proposed at the first PC118/WG1 meeting in Tianjin) • on-site generation • demand response • electrical storage • peak demand management • forward power usage estimation • end load monitoring (sub metering) • power quality of service monitoring • utilization of historical energy consumption data • market interaction and price communication • direct load control PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  19. TRPart1-Overview TRPart2-Information Model TRPart3-Information Exchange Model TRPart4-Communication Mapping TR Part5 and TR Part6 (TBD) Contents PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  20. TR Part2-Information ModelNeed • Various applications and systems exist or under development on both grid and user side, • e.g. Demand Response, • Direct load control etc. • Information exchange is essential between different systems or applications The information model enables the exchange between different applications and systems. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 20

  21. TR Part2-Information Model Function The objective of establish information model is to help understand, describe and forecast the future application, by using a simple abstract express of practical entity or phenomena The information model is an abstract model, draws a full logic view of smart grid user interface, through description of object types, attributes and relationships. The information model of this TR focus on communication characteristics of user interface data and function modeling, provides an abstract expression of specific function and equipment. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 21

  22. TR Part2-Information Model Approch IEC 61968-9 Interface Standard for Mete r Reading and Control Through analysis / studying of existing related standards, especially their information model on grid side and user side, build up Information Model of PC118/WG1 TR with integration of practical requirements. IEC 61850-7 Communication networks and systems in substations Information Model IEC 61970 Energy Management System Application Program Interface SAE J2293 Energy Transfer System for Electric Vehicles PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 22

  23. Common Information Model Other Information Model Extended Information Model TR Part2-Information Model Content PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 23

  24. TR Part2-Information model Common Information Model 6 Common Information Model 6.1 User Information 6.2 Measurement and Metering 6.3 Load Characteristic 6.4 Control 6.5 Price 6.6 Stimulation 6.7 Environment 6.8 Display … PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 24

  25. TR Part2-Information model Common Information Model 6 Common Information Model 6.1 User Information includes the user address, user capacity and other basicinformation, as well as user status information 6.2 Measurement and Metering describes the dynamic meter data required by various applications between grid and user side, which serves as the common meter model to describe various types of information, such as electric quantity or non- electric quantity information. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 25

  26. TR Part2-Information model Extended Information Model 7 ExtendedInformationModel 7.1DistributedGeneration 7.2DistributedEnergy Storage 7.3EV 7.4CustomerEnergy Management … PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 26

  27. TRPart1-Overview TRPart2-Information Model TRPart3-Information Exchange Model TRPart4-Communication Mapping TR Part5 and TR Part6 (TBD) Contents PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  28. TR Part3-Information Exchange Model An Information Exchange Example Example:Information exchange between EMS and Meter model Information model USER Meter HomeEMS 1:display request of power quantity 2:connection request of meter 3:answer to meter connection 4:meter data read 5:power quantity data 6:data display of power quantity 7:disconnection PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 28

  29. TR Part3-Information Exchange Model ComplexNetwork on User Domain • 1、Various physical network existing on • user domain • Internet • Ethernet • WLAN • PLC • WSN • …… • 2、PC118/WG1 Approach • Simplify the communication between models • Adapt to network development • Enable access to new network • Shield diversity of physical network • Use IEC/IEEE mature experiences as references • The model using interface of GCSI and physical network to realize information exchange Network support required by Information Exchange Internet Gateway PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 29

  30. TR Part3-Information Exchange Model EquipmentinterconnectthroughGCSI • GCSI • Shield physical network • Provide communication service to model, including data service, communication management service and other service PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 30

  31. TRPart1-Overview TRPart2-Information Model TRPart3-Information Exchange Model TRPart4-Communication Mapping TR Part5 and TR Part6 (TBD) Contents PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  32. TR Part4-Communication mapping MappingfromGCSItophysicalnetwork GCSI Start research on how to adapt various physical network and protocols, including TCP、UDP、Ethernet、WIA、Zigbee、PLC、…… PC 118/WG2 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 32 32 32

  33. TR Part4-Communication Mapping Mapping Example Mapping to TCP? Mapping to WIFI? Mapping to Zigbee? PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 33 33

  34. TRPart1-Overview TRPart2-Information Model TRPart3-Information Exchange Model TRPart4-Communication Mapping TR Part5 and TR Part6 (TBD) Contents PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara

  35. TR Part5 and Part6 (TBD) IEC/TRxxxx-5: Smart Grid User Interface—Security and Privacy IEC/TRxxxx-6: Smart Grid User Interface –Test and Certification The importance of these parts rely on the development of existing standards, leave to discussion. PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara 35

  36. Thanks for your attention PC 118/WG1 meeting, 2012-05, Santa Clara