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COTEVOS Collaboration around INTEROPERABILITY Eduardo Zabala TECNALIA OCA’s First Open Charge Congress November 18-20, 2014 Amersfoort, The Netherlands.

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1 COTEVOS Collaboration around INTEROPERABILITY Eduardo Zabala TECNALIA OCA’s First Open Charge Congress November 18-20, 2014 Amersfoort, The Netherlands

2 The Objective COTEVOS aims to develop capacities to test the conformance, interoperability and performance of the EV Smart Charging Infrastructure based on: –The partners’ contrasted experience –The cooperation with research and on-going standardization development like M/453, M/468 and M/490 –Aligned with, cooperating and contributing to M/490 WGI Due to Smart Charging, interaction between grid infrastructure and EVs is explicitly in scope ! –Special attention and focus on smart charging use/test cases

3 The Objective COTEVOS’ objective is NOT to create new standards –It is to use the already defined standards, use cases, etc. But in order to perform interoperability tests some gaps need to be closed –It can be done by assumptions or better definitions/agreements –They need to be well documented and fed back into relevant standardisation bodies

4 Spread network of external contacts Several approaches for involving external laboratories and players –Massive personalized e-mailing campaign –Categorized involvement according to their preferences and capabilities –First workshop in Roskilde, Denmark, 2 nd October eLaad (Arjan Wargers) was there among the selected speakers

5 First workshop in Roskilde

6 Mutual interest for different players 6 COTEVOS has stablished different kinds and levels of collaborations with Stakeholders in the field of Interoperability Benefits of cooperating with COTEVOS –Participation in the decision of Test Cases to be performed and, eventually, in their execution –Participation in the elaboration of testing procedures –Free-of-charge test results of advanced interoperability testing Guarantee of confidentially of the tests, as needed

7 Industry summit –After having the first project results, it will be organized in connection with a relevant European scientific conference –The event is meant to gather industrial experts on EV charging infrastructure and services, electricity System Operators, ICTs and OEMs, in order to: Get feedback on the results and foreseen activities Contribute to the general dissemination of the project findings Foster collaboration opportunities and information exchange Workshops –Other two workshops will be organized in order to facilitate the exchange of information between COTEVOS and the relevant stakeholders 7 Further activities

8 SoA & Need for interoperability State of the art in e- mobility and smart grids communication protocols T1.2. TECNALIA Overview of existing testing infrastructure T1.3. DERlab Reference electricity grids T1.4. AIT Interoperability related recommendations T1.5. TECNALIA State of the art in e-mobility E-mobility future scenarios Smart charging & V2G Needs for interoperability assessment T1.1. TUL D1.1. (completed) D1.2. D1.3. MILESTONE 1

9 SoA & Need for interoperability

10 Alignment with standards: Objectives Analysis and alignment of new tests and conformance test procedures/methods with existing standards, regulations, standardization activities and standardization needs at European level, concerning the interaction between EVs and grid infrastructure 10 SGAM (Smart Grid Architecture Model, M/490) Definition of priorities for new tests and conformance testing methods with broad consensus at European level (both inside and outside COTEVOS) and comparison with the international standardization scenario

11 11 Standards vs. Interoperability Standards are required for interoperability, But Interoperability is much more than a set of standards IEEE 610: Interoperability is the ability of two or more networks, systems, applications, components, or devices from the same vendor, or different vendors, to exchange and subsequently use that information in order to perform required functions Standards contain options, these often reduce interoperability M/490 Basic Application Profile (BAPs) reduce these options –Interoperability = set of standards + BAPs + ???

12 M/468 eMobility Co-ordination Group E-Mobility WG Smart Charging M/490 Smart Grid Coordination Group –M/490 - Consistent set of standards –M/490 - New applications and Methodology –M/490 – Interoperability –M/490 - Information Security IEC TC 69 IEC 61851 ISO-IEC 15118 OCA: Open Charge Alliance eMI3: eMobility ICT Interoperability Innovation Group Other organisations: JRC, ETSI CTI, … Other projects: STARGRID, Green eMotion, PowerUp… 12 Standards for testing interoperability

13 What are the key standards for testing interoperability –IEC 61851 –ISO-IEC 15118 –IEC 62196 (plug is also needed for interoperability) –?? What are the key (interoperability) standards missing –Identification/Authentication? –EVSE to EVSE-backend interface? –Smart Grid interaction? –EVSP or Energy Market interaction? –?

14 14 COTEVOS Reference architecture Interface reference architecture –E-mobility interoperability Use Cases (UC) will involve the interaction between different actors in many occasions –The reference architecture will describe the interfaces between specific components (like EV, EVSE, …) –The COTEVOS reference architecture is shown in the next slides through a couple of mapping examples

15 15 UC smart charging Actor mapping to COTEVOS reference architecture (proposal) COTEVOS Reference architecture

16 16 UC smart charging & authorization with roaming Mapped on COTEVOS reference architecture COTEVOS Reference architecture

17 17 Laboratory reference architecture –The different COTEVOS lab architectures are almost ready –A common reference architecture able to fit them all is about to be agreed COTEVOS Reference architecture

18 18 Individual and Unified Laboratories

19 19 Individual and Unified Laboratory

20 Responding to the interfaces in the DoW Coherent with the requirements of the standardization activities In agreement with the external contacts of COTEVOS network Round robin tests will be used for inter-laboratory comparison: first basic tests have been already performed 20 From Use Cases to Test Cases

21 21 From Use Cases to Test Cases

22 22 From Use Cases to Test Cases Define test suites (like the WGI BAIOP) that cover a use case The test suite will consist of different test cases (steps) that need to conform to a specific standard e.g. –EV requests a charging schedule to EVSE (e.g. conform IEC15118) –EVSE operator sends the proposed charge profile to EVSE (e.g. conform IEC15118)

23 23 28 test cases have been identified and they have been sorted into 6 groups Agreeing on and assigning Test Cases

24 24 Agreeing on and assigning Test Cases

25 What is coming next 25 Participants will improve their lab capacities according to their current strategies –Not only COTEVOS’ Partners, but also external ones Test cases will be defined and assigned, and the corresponding testing procedures will be drafted accordingly Round robin test will be carried out –Cooperation agreement already signed by NTUA and University of Strathclyde, and in process with INESC Agreement with eMI3 and PlanGridEV: also on-going –Cooperation and involvement of manufacturers (at the required level) and other players would be desired (EVSE backend,…) The harmonization process based on a common approach, architecture, use and test cases, round robin tests, etc. will end up in the achievement of a unified laboratory infrastructure

26 We are interested in your opinion 26 What would you expect from COTEVOS? Which would be the best way for collaboration between COTEVOS and OCA? Do you have additional reference/special test cases for us? Do you have equipment you like us to test (physically or remote) and get test results? Do you have SW (stubs) that you would like to propose to be used in our tests? How can we share test results with you and others? Contact – –Joost Laarakkers (TNO) –Eduardo Zabala (TECNALIA)

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