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1 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT4SMARTDG “ICT Solutions to enable Smart Distributed Generation” 1st GENERAL ASSEMBLY Brussels 16th December 2009

2 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT4SMARTDG WP2 activities TELEFÓNICA I+D Date: December 16 th,2009 © 2009 Telefónica Investigación y Desarrollo, S.A. Unipersonal Isidro Cabello New Network Technologies

3 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT4SMARTDG. Project 3

4 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT4SMARTDG Objectives 4 Source: Nokia Siemens Networks Build and expand an European forum for stakeholders for experience and information exchange and consensus building. Disseminating results to specific targeted audiences i.e., policy makers, ICT community and energy industry and increase awareness of general public. Overview and provide insight of ICT technologies available for smart distributed generation at domestic level. Bridge knowledge gaps by interacting with key ICT, Power Generation, Distribution System Operators and the Telecoms Operators and Solutions Providers Identify and promote benefits of ICT-based solutions available in the short to medium term (2009 – 2015). Forecast steps forward to promote large-scale implementation of ICT based solutions Identify inhibitors to large scale implementation and make targeted recommendations to overcome them. The general objective of this Thematic Network (TN) is to foster and promote large-scale integration of domestic and distributed micro generation and promote improvements in energy efficiency through the implementation of innovative ICT solutions into local smart power grids. WP2 Achieve consensus on benefits of available solutions. Project Period month 7-15 DELIVERABLE 2.1 Consensus on ICT solutions for a Smart Distributed Generation at domestic level DELIVERABLE 2.1 Consensus on ICT solutions for a Smart Distributed Generation at domestic level DELIVERABLE 2.2 Event meetings ( At least 3) DELIVERABLE 2.2 Event meetings ( At least 3)

5 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT4SMARTDG WP2 TASKS 5 T2.1: Identification of current available solutions and stakeholders T2.2: Analysis of ICT solutions T2.3: Proposal of ICT solutions T2.4 Support WP3 in technical features T2.5 Final document The objective of this WP is to seek an agreement on the benefits that ICT solutions can provide to each of the main issues identified in the previous WP. The objective of this WP is to seek an agreement on the benefits that ICT solutions can provide to each of the main issues identified in the previous WP. WP2 Achieve consensus on benefits of available solutions. Project Period month 7-15 DELIVERABLE 2.1 Consensus on ICT solutions for a Smart Distributed Generation at domestic level DELIVERABLE 2.1 Consensus on ICT solutions for a Smart Distributed Generation at domestic level DELIVERABLE 2.2 Event meetings ( At least 3) DELIVERABLE 2.2 Event meetings ( At least 3)

6 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Distribution of work 6 Group A EUTC, ERC, COGEN View Standarization organizations and pilots And impose Conditions to ICT over Smart Grid Group A EUTC, ERC, COGEN View Standarization organizations and pilots And impose Conditions to ICT over Smart Grid WP2 Work assignment and Distribution Group B TELCO selecction of Network and access Technologies Group B TELCO selecction of Network and access Technologies Final integration Document on benefits D2.1 Group C Power Company Impose Electrical requirements Group C Power Company Impose Electrical requirements Group G SAP Analysis and requirements of Middleware and other sw components of solutions Group G SAP Analysis and requirements of Middleware and other sw components of solutions Group E Acciona requirements on buildings for ICT over SmartGrig Group E Acciona requirements on buildings for ICT over SmartGrig Group F SAMARES and DISENCO identify and requirments on Appliances Group F SAMARES and DISENCO identify and requirments on Appliances Group D ICT Manufacturers identify Tecnology for final solution Group D ICT Manufacturers identify Tecnology for final solution Group H Social Benefits Group H Social Benefits

7 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 SKILLS to be Used 7 Group A EUTC, ERC, COGEN View Standarization organizations and pilots And impose Conditions to ICT over Smart Grid Group A EUTC, ERC, COGEN View Standarization organizations and pilots And impose Conditions to ICT over Smart Grid Group B TELCO selecction of Network and access Technologies Group B TELCO selecction of Network and access Technologies Group C Power Company Impose Electrical requirements Group C Power Company Impose Electrical requirements Group D ICT Manufacturers identify Tecnology for final solution Group D ICT Manufacturers identify Tecnology for final solution Group G SAP Analysis and requirements of Middleware and other sw components of solutions Group G SAP Analysis and requirements of Middleware and other sw components of solutions Group E Acciona requirements on buildings for ICT over SmartGrig Group E Acciona requirements on buildings for ICT over SmartGrig Group F Distrib Gene SAMARES and ¿ DISENCO? identify and requirerments DG Group F Distrib Gene SAMARES and ¿ DISENCO? identify and requirerments DG Group H Social Benefits Group H Social Benefits Look a at standar organization NIST, IEEE,EPRI, NEMA, GRIDWISE smart grid platform etc Look at some other experiences, California, SmartCity, eEnergy etc Most of them in WP1 stuff Look at Different Projects related with ICT over Smart Grid SEESGEN, INTEGRAL, etc Look a at standar organization NIST, IEEE,EPRI, NEMA, GRIDWISE smart grid platform etc Look at some other experiences, California, SmartCity, eEnergy etc Most of them in WP1 stuff Look at Different Projects related with ICT over Smart Grid SEESGEN, INTEGRAL, etc Different Technologies ( technologies deployed when possible ), specifying accessibility, reliability, monitoring possibilities IP address needs Write something about Bussiness benefits Different Technologies ( technologies deployed when possible ), specifying accessibility, reliability, monitoring possibilities IP address needs Write something about Bussiness benefits devices, OSS solutions etc ( OSS solutions as that from Nokia), AMM from Alcatel, any other devices Routers from BT solution for microgrid etc devices, OSS solutions etc ( OSS solutions as that from Nokia), AMM from Alcatel, any other devices Routers from BT solution for microgrid etc Requirements of availability, fail protected, realtime answer, control needs, etc Write something about Foreseen benefits for the Electrical companies, OPEX reduction reliability of the Smartgrid, possibilities of alarms etc. Mostly Bussiness Criteria Requirements of availability, fail protected, realtime answer, control needs, etc Write something about Foreseen benefits for the Electrical companies, OPEX reduction reliability of the Smartgrid, possibilities of alarms etc. Mostly Bussiness Criteria Use deployed network technology when possible copper, Wireless, PowerLine, Fiber POF ( Plastic Fiber,etc) etc) Some other requirements LOOK AT PROJECTS FROM FP7 RELATED with SMARTBUILDING? Beywatch, Beaware, eDIANA, INTUBE, MESSIB etc ? Write something about Foreseen benefits for the Distributed Generation technology. Use deployed network technology when possible copper, Wireless, PowerLine, Fiber POF ( Plastic Fiber,etc) etc) Some other requirements LOOK AT PROJECTS FROM FP7 RELATED with SMARTBUILDING? Beywatch, Beaware, eDIANA, INTUBE, MESSIB etc ? Write something about Foreseen benefits for the Distributed Generation technology. Distributed generation Equipments available and requirements Write something about Foreseen benefits for the Distributed Generation technology. Mostly Bussiness Criteria Distributed generation Equipments available and requirements Write something about Foreseen benefits for the Distributed Generation technology. Mostly Bussiness Criteria Probably some systems for buying and selling service of the smart Grid Distributed Generation. Front end of services Some other Probably some systems for buying and selling service of the smart Grid Distributed Generation. Front end of services Some other Social Impact Emisions etc Social Impact Emisions etc

8 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT4 SMARTDG WP2 Final Point 8 T2.5 Final document Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI All the results will be compiled in a final document. “Consensus on ICT solutions for a Smart Distributed Generation at domestic level”. Index Wp1 SOLUTIONS Get more Solutions Wp1 SOLUTIONS Get more Solutions 1 Solutions identified for Smart DG T2.1 ( Include Scenarios) 2 Forums Identified, Organizations, Experiences and FP7 ProjectsT2.2 3 ICT4SMARTDG Reference Architecture T2.2 5 Proposed ICT Solutions T2.3 ( NOT CATALOG, RELATE WITH BOX IN ARCHITECTURE and features) Do reference to Solutions analized 4 Define requirements and do analysis of solutions T2.2 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of : Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of : Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc Group B Telcos Group B Telcos Discussion All ( Iterative) Discussion All ( Iterative) Group A ( Vision Forums and Experiences) Group A ( Vision Forums and Experiences) Group A Group A All ( Discussion) All ( Discussion) Group D Manufacturers Group D Manufacturers Group G SW and Middleware Group G SW and Middleware Group C ( Power companies) Group C ( Power companies) Group E ( Distributed Gen Equipments) Group E ( Distributed Gen Equipments) GroupF( Buildings, ICT Req) GroupF( Buildings, ICT Req) VISION of Group A ( Only Feedback) VISION of Group A ( Only Feedback) Wp1 Some Fiches, Experiences, SmartCity, ETC Wp1 Some Fiches, Experiences, SmartCity, ETC Group B Telcos Group B Telcos Group D Manufacturers Group D Manufacturers Group G SW and Middleware Group G SW and Middleware Every Group Every Group Group H Social Benefits etc Group H Social Benefits etc

9 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Work Plan Flow 9 First Meeting ¿? WP2 Planning Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI Tasks Target: Agreement on WP2 structure and work assignment and (3) architecture Second Meeting ¿Audio? Target: 1 Solutions Identified & Stakeholders Target: 4 Define Requirements to do analysis of ICT Solutions Third Meeting ¿Audio? Target: Integration of 2.1 and presentation Dissemination and WP3 Transition Fifth Meeting Audio Target 5 : First proposal of selected solutions according Requirements Work on the next Targets Describe Solutions according to requirements Possible Index Final Document 1 Solutions identified for Smart DG T2.1 ( Include Scenarios) 2 Forums Identified, Organizations, Experiences and FP7 ProjectsT2.2 3 ICT4SMARTDG Reference Architecture T2.2 5 Proposed ICT Solutions T2.3 ( NOT CATALOG, RELATE WITH BOX IN ARCHITECTURE and features) Do reference to Solutions analized 4 Define requirements and do analysis of solutions T2.2 and selection 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of : Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of : Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc Target: 2 Forums & Other Identified Result: Agreement Result: Agreement Result: Document, Solutions Identified, Forums Requirements Result: Document, Solutions Identified, Forums Requirements Target 6: First proposal of Document about advantages Work on Integration of Final Document Sixth Meeting F2F First Meeting ¿?

10 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Planning Target: 1 Solutions Identified 10 Wp1 SOLUTIONS Get more Solutions Wp1 SOLUTIONS Get more Solutions 1 Solutions identified for Smart DG T2.1 ( Include Scenarios ) Group B Telcos Group B Telcos Group D Manufacturers Group D Manufacturers Group G SW and Middleware Group G SW and Middleware Leader ? Date : Result Document

11 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Planning Target: 2 Forums & Other Identified 11 Leader ? Date : Result Document 2 Forums Identified, Organizations, Experiences and FP7 ProjectsT2.2 Group A Group A Wp1 Some Fiches, Experiences, SmartCity, ETC Wp1 Some Fiches, Experiences, SmartCity, ETC

12 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Planning Agreement on WP2 structure and work assignment and (3) architecture 12 Decide Today Architecture Reference Framework and Work plan Feedback Group A Integrated in whole document Document at the end of WP2 3 ICT4SMARTDG Reference Architecture T2.2 Discussion All (Iterative) Discussion All (Iterative) VISION of Group A ( Only Feedback) VISION of Group A ( Only Feedback)

13 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Planning Target: 4 Define Requirements to do analysis of ICT Solutions 13 Leader ? Date : Result Document 4 Define requirements and do analysis of solutions T2.2 and selection Group A ( Vision Forums and Experiences) Group A ( Vision Forums and Experiences) Group C ( Power companies) Group C ( Power companies) Group E ( Distributed Gen Equipments) Group E ( Distributed Gen Equipments) GroupF( Buildings, ICT Req) GroupF( Buildings, ICT Req)

14 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Planning Target 5 : First proposal of selected solutions according Requirements 14 Leader ? Date : Result Document 5 Proposed ICT Solutions T2.3 ( NOT CATALOG, RELATE WITH BOX IN ARCHITECTURE and features) Do reference to Solutions analized All ( Discussion) All ( Discussion) Group B Telcos Group B Telcos Group D Manufacturers Group D Manufacturers Group G SW and Middleware Group G SW and Middleware

15 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Planning Target 6: First proposal of Document about advantages. Nearly continous till 30 APRIL 15 Leader ? Date : Result Document 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of : Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of : Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc Every Group Every Group Group H Social Benefits etc Group H Social Benefits etc Control Date : Control Date : Control of the CONSESUS part of the Document as it is the center of the WP2 Control of the CONSESUS part of the Document as it is the center of the WP2 Control Date :

16 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Planning Integration Final Document. Dissemination & Transition to WP3 16 Leader ? Date : Result Document 1 Solutions identified for Smart DG T2.1 ( Include Scenarios) 2 Forums Identified, Organizations, Experiences and FP7 ProjectsT2.2 3 ICT4SMARTDG Reference Architecture T2.2 5 Proposed ICT Solutions T2.3 ( NOT CATALOG, RELATE WITH BOX IN ARCHITECTURE and features) Do reference to Solutions analized 4 Define requirements and do analysis of solutions T2.2 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc 6 Consensus about advantages of ICT for Smart DG. Point of view of Power Companies Telcos Manufacturers ( Hw and SW) Institutions etc All Groups Feedback to integrator All Groups Feedback to integrator

17 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Some References Models analysis 17 E-Energy PSERC Power Systems Engineering Research Center Cisco NSN SmartGrid Platform Alcatel Index Point 3

18 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology ) 18 Index Point 3

19 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December Index Point 3

20 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Standardization Organization, Forums and Other Projects and pilots PEHV Mobility APPLICATIONS (PHEV : Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) Architecture Reference Model Approach in ICT4SMARTDG 20 Draft Reference Framework Architecture for ICT analysis in ICT4SMARTDG SMART METERS- AMI DG ( Distributed Generation) Remote Sensors Condition Monitor Other Devices,SMART GENERATION ACCESS( Cellular, Wimax, DSL, Fiber, Cable, BPL), sate llite Wide Area Network Data Mediation and mangement Cyber Security Management Demand Management, smart metering, etc Renewables aggregation EMS/dms/OMS Loss Management Technical/ non Technical Billing /CRM APPLIANCEs & UTILITIES /SDK OPEN DELIVERY SERVICE`PLATFORM ICT BUILDINGS REQUIRMENTS ICT Services layer (TISPAN-IMS ) WP1 Scenarios Isolated house to grid Building to Grid Microgrid Other Interoperability Scenarios ( NIST, IEEE etc) Local Home Appliances Building-to-Grid (B2G) Industrial-to-Grid (I2G) Home-to-Grid (H2G) Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Building-to-Grid (B2G) Industrial-to-Grid (I2G) Home-to-Grid (H2G) Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Vehicle to Grid (V2G) MARKET PLACE FRONT END IMS provides building blocks allowing faster integration and deployment of IP –SIP services Backup communication s solutions Restoration Control, ICT resiliance, reliability, against attacks and natural disaster Alarm systems (Stealing, out of order, etc) Middleware To ICT Services Layer Analysis Contingency, Simulation Models of the evolution of the SmartGrid and other information to Electrical Company Connection Network Other microgrids PHEV LEGACY METERS IEDS intellige nt electro nic devices Switches Latency parameters Other devices Interface to information generated in ICT, Telco etc Update Equipment Status Mesurement Data Provisioning & Netw Monitoring Alarms & Triggers Meter Data Management Agent (MDMA) Communication Netw Mngmt- Control planes ¿Can we start on this ? ¿Can we start on this ? Index Point 3

21 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December Marketplace (Mark Operation, Market Management, DER aggregation, trading, wholesaling, retailing, ancilliary ops) Marketplace (Mark Operation, Market Management, DER aggregation, trading, wholesaling, retailing, ancilliary ops) Project Draft Architecture Marketplace Analysis. From NIST. Possible ICT Solutions Operations Service Provider Distribution Bulk generation Transmission Customers Market managers include ISOs for wholesale markets or NYMEX for forward markets in many ISO/RTO regions. There are transmission and services and demand response markets as well. Some DER Curtailment resources are treated today as dispatchable generation. Market managers include ISOs for wholesale markets or NYMEX for forward markets in many ISO/RTO regions. There are transmission and services and demand response markets as well. Some DER Curtailment resources are treated today as dispatchable generation. Market Ops Make a particular market function smoothly. Functions include financial and goods sold clearing, price quotation streams, audit, balancing, and more. Market Ops Make a particular market function smoothly. Functions include financial and goods sold clearing, price quotation streams, audit, balancing, and more. Traders are participants in markets, which include aggregators for provision and consumption and curtailment, and other qualified entities. There are a number of companies whose primary business is the buying and selling of energy. Traders are participants in markets, which include aggregators for provision and consumption and curtailment, and other qualified entities. There are a number of companies whose primary business is the buying and selling of energy. resources to play in the larger markets. Aggregators combine smaller participants (as providers or customers or curtailment) to enable distributed resources to play in the larger markets. Aggregators combine smaller participants (as providers or customers or curtailment) to enable distributed Retailers sell power to end customers and may in the future aggregate or broker DER between customers or into the market. Most are connected to a trading organization to allow participation in the wholesale market. Retailers sell power to end customers and may in the future aggregate or broker DER between customers or into the market. Most are connected to a trading organization to allow participation in the wholesale market. Ancillary Ops Provide a market to provide frequency support, voltage support, spinning reserve and other ancillary services as defined by FERC, NERC and the various ISO. These markets function on a regional or ISO basis normally.. Ancillary Ops Provide a market to provide frequency support, voltage support, spinning reserve and other ancillary services as defined by FERC, NERC and the various ISO. These markets function on a regional or ISO basis normally.. TELCO Electrical Compani es Index Point 3

22 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT Players in SmartGrid 22 Index Point 1 and 4

23 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT Players in SmartGrid 23 Index Point 1 and 4

24 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 ICT Solutions from WP1 24 T2.1: Identification of current available solutions and stakeholders T2.1: Identification of current available solutions and stakeholders Information regarding each solution – in relation with environment, generation and telecom aspects. Stakeholders, analysis of the ones identified and classification for consultation Understanding of all the previous aspects identify: possible ICT solutions that cover the needs of the sector and stakeholders involved in distributed generation. In order to classify solutions according to type of stakeholder. First Results ¿Need more ? First Results ¿Need more ? First analysis of WP1 Work. Some ICT solutions. 1 Iberdrola GPRS controller at home for load management Microgeneration 3 BT Solution Microgrid Macrogrid 4BT home energy management service and associated br oadband value ‐ added services 6 EDF AMM Smart Grid project will be able to monitor AMM Smart Metering project will be able to replace 35M of meters 7 EDF Forecasting system for wind farm 8 Acciona Micro Gen Buildings Requirements 9 ACCIONA Building Savings heating ¿ ICT use? 10 EUTELSAT Access Satellite Solutions, omni antena 11 NSN OSS Telco and Power Network ¿sdk? 12 edison Application Smart Grid EV Integration 13 TID, MEREGIO Market place 14TID full ‐ system automation, monitoring and smart meters for the first group of SmartGridCityTM customers. A Web portal 15 ibm cisco Amsterdam Smartmeter Display Pannels 16 GPRS/ADSL and M2M platform 17 PiaM 18 SAMARES ¿? 20 SAPTechnical and mass ‐ market deployment aspects 1 Iberdrola GPRS controller at home for load management Microgeneration 3 BT Solution Microgrid Macrogrid 4BT home energy management service and associated br oadband value ‐ added services 6 EDF AMM Smart Grid project will be able to monitor AMM Smart Metering project will be able to replace 35M of meters 7 EDF Forecasting system for wind farm 8 Acciona Micro Gen Buildings Requirements 9 ACCIONA Building Savings heating ¿ ICT use? 10 EUTELSAT Access Satellite Solutions, omni antena 11 NSN OSS Telco and Power Network ¿sdk? 12 edison Application Smart Grid EV Integration 13 TID, MEREGIO Market place 14TID full ‐ system automation, monitoring and smart meters for the first group of SmartGridCityTM customers. A Web portal 15 ibm cisco Amsterdam Smartmeter Display Pannels 16 GPRS/ADSL and M2M platform 17 PiaM 18 SAMARES ¿? 20 SAPTechnical and mass ‐ market deployment aspects Collect for classification and analysis Collect for classification and analysis Index Point 1 and 4

25 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Nokia Siemens Networks Open EMS Suite O&M Agent Suite (OES) solutions NSN Fiche 11 ICT Solutions from WP1 25 First Ict Collection from WP1 First Ict Collection from WP1 TID Sensor Monitoring solution PIAM Fiche 17 Smart meters App Cisco Fiche 15 AMM EDF Fiche 6 Satellite Access Eutelsat Fiche 10 Micro Grid Macrogrid BT Fiche 2, 3 Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI 1 Iberdrola GPRS controller at home for load management Microgeneration 3 BT Solution Microgrid Macrogrid 4BT home energy management service and associated broadband value ‐ added services 6 EDF AMM Smart Grid project will be able to monitor AMM Smart Metering project will be able to replace 35 M of meters 7 EDF Forecasting system for wind farm 8 Acciona Micro Gen Buildings Requirements 9 ACCIONA Building Savings heating ¿ ICT use? 10 EUTELSAT Access Satellite Solutions, omni antena 11 NSN OSS Telco and Power Network ¿sdk? 12 edison Application Smart Grid EV Integration 13 TID, MEREGIO Market place 14TID full ‐ system automation, monitoring and smart meters for the first group of SmartGridCityTM customers. A Web portal 15 ibm cisco Amsterdam Smartmeter Display Pannels 16 GPRS/ADSL and M2M platform 17 PiaM 18 SAMARES ¿? 20 SAPTechnical and mass ‐ market deployment aspects 1 Iberdrola GPRS controller at home for load management Microgeneration 3 BT Solution Microgrid Macrogrid 4BT home energy management service and associated broadband value ‐ added services 6 EDF AMM Smart Grid project will be able to monitor AMM Smart Metering project will be able to replace 35 M of meters 7 EDF Forecasting system for wind farm 8 Acciona Micro Gen Buildings Requirements 9 ACCIONA Building Savings heating ¿ ICT use? 10 EUTELSAT Access Satellite Solutions, omni antena 11 NSN OSS Telco and Power Network ¿sdk? 12 edison Application Smart Grid EV Integration 13 TID, MEREGIO Market place 14TID full ‐ system automation, monitoring and smart meters for the first group of SmartGridCityTM customers. A Web portal 15 ibm cisco Amsterdam Smartmeter Display Pannels 16 GPRS/ADSL and M2M platform 17 PiaM 18 SAMARES ¿? 20 SAPTechnical and mass ‐ market deployment aspects Index Point 1 and 4

26 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 INITIATIVES and Projects E-Energy Meregio Smart grid City FP7 ADDRESS, AIM, BEYWATCH, SHSG, SMART-A, INTEGRAL, Some other ? INITIATIVES and Projects E-Energy Meregio Smart grid City FP7 ADDRESS, AIM, BEYWATCH, SHSG, SMART-A, INTEGRAL, Some other ? FORA and Experiences 26 Situation of Standarization and Fora State of the Art Situation of Standarization and Fora State of the Art Needed a view of the situation of industry, standarization Administration MAIN STANDARIZATION Organization, Projects and Industry vision MAIN STANDARIZATION Organization, Projects and Industry vision Standarization Organization IEEE SCC21 Smart Grid Standards IEEE P2030 IEC International Electrotechnical Commission NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) EPRI NEMA AHAM UNIAMI POWERWATCHER Energy Research Centre Netherlands German E-Energy Framework SmartGrid Platform GRIDWISE Oasis CISCO IBM MICROSOFT PSERC Power Systems Engineering Research Center Standarization Organization IEEE SCC21 Smart Grid Standards IEEE P2030 IEC International Electrotechnical Commission NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) EPRI NEMA AHAM UNIAMI POWERWATCHER Energy Research Centre Netherlands German E-Energy Framework SmartGrid Platform GRIDWISE Oasis CISCO IBM MICROSOFT PSERC Power Systems Engineering Research Center Industry Vision ALCATEL, Cisco Siemens IBM ABB Etc Industry Vision ALCATEL, Cisco Siemens IBM ABB Etc Establish an ICT4SMARTDG reference Framework Model of SMART GRID and ICT Establish an ICT4SMARTDG reference Framework Model of SMART GRID and ICT Map ICT solutions on ICT4SMAR TDG Reference Framework Map ICT solutions on ICT4SMAR TDG Reference Framework Index Point 2

27 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 FOR A and Experiences 27 Index Point 2

28 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December AMI-SEC System Security Requirements Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and Smart Grid end-to-end security ANSI C12.19/MC1219Revenue metering information model BAC net ANSI ASHRAE /ISO Building automation DNP3 Substation and feeder device automation IEC / TASE.2Inter-control center communications IEC 61850Substation automation and protection IEC 61968/61970 Application level energy management system interfaces IEC Parts 1-8 Information security for power system control operations IEEE C Phasor measurement unit (PMU) communications IEEE 1547 Physical and electrical interconnections between utility and distributed generation (DG) IEEE Security for intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) NERC CIP Cyber security standards for the bulk power system NIST Special Publication (SP) , NIST SP Cyber security standards and guidelines for federal information systems, including those for the bulk power system Open Automated Demand Response (Open ADR) Price responsive and direct load control OpenHANHome Area Network device communication, measurement, and control ZigBee/HomePlug Smart Energy Profile Home Area Network (HAN) Device Communications and Information Model National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Initial Smart Grid Interoperability Standards Framework Index Point 2

29 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Interoperability - Distributed Energy Resources (DER) on Transmission and Distribution Distribution System Communications – Information Flow, Data Management, Monitor & Control Substations DER Interconnections Transmission System Bulk Power Combined Heat & Power Load Management sensors Systems Approach Interconnection & Interfaces Technical Standards Advanced Technologies Systems Integration (Also, larger DER on transmission) sensors IEEE 2030 Dr. W. Charlton Adams President, IEEE Standards Association, Geneva, July 2009 Dr. W. Charlton Adams President, IEEE Standards Association, Geneva, July 2009

30 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December IEEE 2030 Task Forces 1 & 2 Define information attributes (Where, When, Who, What) Task Force 3 Addresses communications interoperability between devices within SmartGrid Describe layers above PHY/MAC and below Layer 6 Neutral to PHY/MAC standards used in the Smart Grid PHY/MAC standards are being developed by other groups Interoperability of electric power systems with end use applications and loads should be maintained regardless of the PHY/MAC PHY/MAC IEEE P2030, Draft Guide for Smart Grid Interoperability of Energy Technology and Information Technology Operation with the Electric Power System (EPS), and End-Use Applications and Loads. Task Force 3: Communications Technology Dr. W. Charlton Adams President, IEEE Standards Association, Geneva, July 2009 Dr. W. Charlton Adams President, IEEE Standards Association, Geneva, July 2009 TASK FORCE 1: Power Engineering Technology — Co-Leaders : Sam Sciacca, Tom Prevost — Recorder: Tom Basso TASK FORCE 2: Information Technology — Co-Leaders : Bob Grow — Recorder: Mike Coddington TASK FORCE 3: Communications Technology — Co-Leaders : Stefano Galli, Bob Heile — Recorder: Ben Kroposki TASK FORCE 1: Power Engineering Technology — Co-Leaders : Sam Sciacca, Tom Prevost — Recorder: Tom Basso TASK FORCE 2: Information Technology — Co-Leaders : Bob Grow — Recorder: Mike Coddington TASK FORCE 3: Communications Technology — Co-Leaders : Stefano Galli, Bob Heile — Recorder: Ben Kroposki

31 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Establish Requirements for Analisys 31 T2.2 Analysis of ICT solutions Possible Classification Criteria T2.2 Analysis of ICT solutions Possible Classification Criteria Is important to use technologies deployed Use Legacy Meters Heterogenous technology Accesibility Backup? Restoration capabilities Compatible with standard Compatibility with other technologies Technology to manage electromagnetic interference Need wireless sensors Scenarios where to use COMPATIBILITY with gas and water metering Supports IPv6 Real time ( What is the delay considered?) Is important to use technologies deployed Use Legacy Meters Heterogenous technology Accesibility Backup? Restoration capabilities Compatible with standard Compatibility with other technologies Technology to manage electromagnetic interference Need wireless sensors Scenarios where to use COMPATIBILITY with gas and water metering Supports IPv6 Real time ( What is the delay considered?) T2.1 Analysis of ICT solutions Analysis of solutions by different criteria. Identifying benefits and viability of each solution by different stakeholders and sector.. T2.1 Analysis of ICT solutions Analysis of solutions by different criteria. Identifying benefits and viability of each solution by different stakeholders and sector.. ICT for smart home (e.g., wireless, PLCs, IPv6, etc.) ICT for smart meters (e.g., cellular, PLCs, WiMAX, virtual meters, etc.) Design paradigm for distributed control under communication constraints Enabling ICT for demand response and distributed energy resources Enabling ICT for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) system and network Reliable self-healing networking for smart grid ICT for wide-area situational awareness (e.g., fault-detection and localization, sensing, etc.) Routing for smart grid (e.g., IETF 6LoWPAN, ROLL, etc.) Standardization (e.g.,NIST, IEEE P2030, IEC, NEMA, Smartgridplatform, Gridwise, AHAM,UNIAMI, etc.) Regulation and Business model TOPICS Task 4 Criteria of Power Companies and Building Companies are required

32 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 WP2 Achieve consensus on benefits of available solutions. Project Period month Organization 32 T2.3 Proposal of ICT solutions. Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI Necesario estudiar la inversión y el ROI Identify some solutions that can adapt to blocks in Architecture Reference Model Identify some solutions that can adapt to blocks in Architecture Reference Model With the previous analysis we will make a general and strategic proposal with short, medium and long term perspective for their implementation. It could be a classification of the ICT solutions under this term perspective.. RUNNING RUNNING

33 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 WP2 Achieve consensus on benefits of available solutions. Project Period month Organization 33 T2.4 Support WP3 in technical features Information flow to WP3 Information flow to WP3 Giving continuity to the Thematic network, this task will consist on the support to WP3 giving it the conclusions of the WP2 and also technical information if needed during the next 2 months.. Giving continuity to the Thematic network, this task will consist on the support to WP3 giving it the conclusions of the WP2 and also technical information if needed during the next 2 months.. RUNNING RUNNING

34 ICT4SMARTDG – General Assembly 16th December 2009 Conclusions WP2 34 A lot of activity related with Smart Grid Many pilots and experiences, Europe, USA, Korea, TAIWAN, Australia, etc A lot of work to clarify the best use of ICT over Smart Grid is needed. No clear Standards for ICT over Smart Grid A lot of activity related with Smart Grid Many pilots and experiences, Europe, USA, Korea, TAIWAN, Australia, etc A lot of work to clarify the best use of ICT over Smart Grid is needed. No clear Standards for ICT over Smart Grid


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