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1 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. The Current State of Smart Grid Interoperability Standards SGIP-NIST Update: Project AMIT Stakeholder Steering Committee Meeting March Anna Grau, Smart Grid Engineering

2 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. Agenda  Brief Review of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP)  Priority Action Plan (PAP) Progress  March Activities: – Cyber Security Working Group (CSWG) Outreach – HAN Task Force Zigbee 1.0/2.0 Statement Paper vote – FERC Request for Comments on Consensus Process – NIST Framework and Interoperability Roadmap Release 2.0 – Zigbee SEP 2.0 v. 007 accepting comments through 04/24/11  Upcoming Activities: – PAP10 Outreach to PSWG – SGIP plenary and Governing Board meeting this week 2

3 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. NIST Smart Grid Conceptual Model 3

4 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. SGIP Structure 4 Smart Grid Interoperability Panel and Governing Board SGIP Administrator SGIPGB NIST Oversight SGIP Standing Committee Members (2) SGIP Standing Committee Members (2) At large Members (3) At large Members (3) Ex Officio (non-voting) Members Ex Officio (non-voting) Members Stakeholder Category Members (22) Stakeholder Category Members (22) Products (IKB) Smart Grid Identified Standards Use Cases Requirements Standards Descriptions Standards Descriptions Priority Action Plans Priority Action Plans Conceptual Model SGIP Plenary One Organization, One Vote Standing Committees Permanent Working Groups CSWG Priority Action Plans PAP 2 Domain Expert Working Groups H2G TnD B2G I2G PEV2G BnP PAP 1 PAP 3 PAP 5 PAP 4 PAP … SGTCC SGAC

5 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. 5 Priority Action Plan Standard(s) or Guideline(s) PAP 1 - Role of IP in the Smart Grid Informational IETF RFC PAP 2 - Wireless Communications for the Smart Grid IEEE 802.x, 3GPP,3GPP2, ATIS, TIA PAP 3 - Common Price Communication Model OASIS EMIX, ZigBee SEP 2, NAESB PAP 4 - Common Scheduling Mechanism OASIS WS-Calendar PAP 5 - Standard Meter Data Profiles AEIC V2.0 Meter Guidelines (addressing use of ANSI C12) PAP 6 - Common Semantic Model for Meter Data Tables ANSI C , MultiSpeak V4, IEC PAP 7 - Electric Storage Interconnection Guidelines IEEE , IEEE , IEEE , IEC , ZigBee SEP 2 PAP 8 - CIM for Distribution Grid Management IEC , IEC , IEC ,14, MultiSpeak V4, IEEE 1547 PAP 9 - Standard DR and DER Signals NAESB WEQ015, OASIS EMIX, OpenADR, ZigBee SEP 2 PAP 10 - Standard Energy Usage Information NAESB Energy Usage Information, OpenADE, ZigBee SEP 2, IEC , ASHRAE SPC 201P PAP 11 - Common Object Models for Electric Transportation ZigBee SEP 2, SAE J1772, SAE J2836/1-3, SAE J2847/1-3, ISO/IEC ,3, SAE J2931, IEEE P2030-2, IEC PAP 12 - IEC Objects/DNP3 Mapping IEC , Mapping DNP to IEC 61850, DNP3 (IEEE 1815) PAP 13 - Time Synchronization, IEC Objects/IEEE C Harmonization IEC , IEEE C37.118, IEEE C37.238, Mapping IEEE C to IEC 61850, IEC PAP 14 - Transmission and Distribution Power Systems Model Mapping IEC , MultiSpeak V4 PAP 15 - Harmonize Power Line Carrier Standards for Appliance Communications in the Home DNP3 (IEEE 1815), HomePlug AV, HomePlug C&C, IEEE P1901 and P1901.2, ISO/IEC , G.9960 (G.hn/PHY), G.9961 (G.hn/DLL), G.9972 (G.cx), G.hnem, ISO/IEC , ISO/IEC 14543, EN PAP 16 - Wind Plant Communications IEC PAP 17 - Facility Smart Grid Information Standard New Facility Smart Grid Information Standard ASHRAE SPC 201P

6 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved PAP Q3- 09 Q4- 09 Q1- 10 Q2- 10 Q3- 10 Q4- 10 Q1- 11 Q2- 11 Q3- 11 Q4- 11 Highlights PAP 0 – Meter Upgradeability Standard X Remote meter upgradeability (COMPLETE). Bringing to GB for a vote in March. PAP 1 – Role of IP in the Smart Grid X IETF Smart Grid Internet Protocols RFC. GB recommended addition to CoS Dec {COMPLETE) PAP 2 – Wireless Communications for the Smart Grid X Wireless Guidelines Report (NISTIR) complete Dec Version 1 COMPLETE Jan Board introduction in March, Vote by GB in April. PAP 3 - Common Price Communication Model X Currently in public comment period at OASIS. Seeking more utility involvement. PAP 4 - Common Scheduling Mechanism X Out of final public comment period at OASIS. SDO voting soon. PAP 5 – Standard Meter Data Profiles X AEIC guideline completed. PMO requested additional work to address technical issues raised by 5 meter manufacturers. AEIC plans to meet with them in April. PAP 6 - Common Semantic Model for Meter Data Tables X Addressing scope to ensure alignment with NIST and PAP team objectives. Difficulty getting participation from vendors and utilities. PAP 7 - Electric Storage Interconnection Guidelines X Awaiting standards handback from SDOs PAP 8 - CIM for Distribution Grid Management X Developing requirements affecting IEEE 1547 and IEC PAP 9 - Standard DR and DER Signals X Close to public review at OASIS. Seeking additional utility stakeholder involvement. PAP 10 - Standard Energy Usage Information X *NAESB Energy Usage Information Model complete in February PAP to close in Q1 of PAP 11 - Interoperability Standards to Support Plug-in Electric Vehicles XX 2/3 SAE standards completed and voted on positively by Governing Board. Last standard should be done Q PAP 12 - IEC Objects/DNP3 Mapping X IEEE and IEC currently working on standards development PAP 13 - Time Synchronization, IEC Objects/IEEE C Harmonization X Requirements completed. Drafting standards in SDO committees. PAP 14 - Transmission and Distribution Power Systems Model Mapping X Working on use cases and requirements PAP 15 - Harmonize Power Line Carrier Standards for Appliance Communications in the Home X Completed Wide Band Coexistence. Working Narrow Band. WB standards under review with GB introduction imminent. PAP 16 - Wind Plant Communications X Use cases and requirements complete. Guideline development by PAP team complete. Passing to SDO when maintenance team established. PAP 17 - Facility Smart Grid Information Standard X Facility Smart Grid Information Standard *In this context, “completion” is when approved by GB

7 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. CSWG PUCT Outreach  CSWG presented in Austin on February 23, 2011  The workshop was a briefing of the NIST Interagency Report (NISTIR) 7628, “Guidelines for Smart Grid Cyber Security”, and was presented by the NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Panel’s Cyber Security Working Group Outreach Team, featuring Marianne Swanson of NIST, Alan Greenberg of Boeing, and Brent Struthers of NeuStar.  Morning Session:   Afternoon Session:   WebEx presentation:  https://ercot.webex.com/ercot/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID= &rKey=6342d7aefdb385f0 https://ercot.webex.com/ercot/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID= &rKey=6342d7aefdb385f0 7

8 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. HAN TF SEP 1.x/2.0 Whitepaper Three key recommendations: 1.A cyber-security review should be conducted by the SGIP Cyber Security Working Group (CSWG) of SEP 1.0 and SEP The SGIP HAN TF should be tasked by the SGIP Governing Board to provide specific migration recommendations for SEP 1.0 and SEP 1.1 with SEP SEP 1.0 and/or SEP 1.1 should be recognized as a transitional specification until such time as SEP 2.0 is readily available.  Version 6 of consolidated paper was approved by the HAN TF and other interested parties to be communicated to the Governing Board (Vote 22 Yes, 0 No, 2 Abstain) 8

9 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. FERC Request for Comments  Response to FERC Technical Conference on SG Interoperability Standards (RM ) – Formalized response from GB and Plenary Leadership nearly complete – Supports CoS process and reinforces comments made by Dr. Arnold on January 31 at FERC  First related public document was from CPUC- some controversy  NIST’s intent was always to recommend standards to FERC. The SGIP is one of the tools NIST uses to analyze standards. The “first five” likely would have been recommended by the SGIP. 9

10 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. NIST Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards Release 2.0  NIST is seeking SGIP input for the Release 2.0 document. There will be two opportunities for SGIP input: – First, discussions will be held beginning at the Nashville SGIP meeting (March 29-31, 2011). This input will be incorporated into the draft 2.0, which will then be posted for public comment via Federal Register Notice by early summer. – Following the public comment period, further SGIP input will be sought on the comments received. The intent is to complete the process and publish release 2.0 this year, by the early fall. 10

11 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. Zigbee SEP 2.0 v. 0.7  The ZigBee Alliance has just released updates to the ZigBee Smart Energy version 2.0 materials last week for another round of public comments.  The updated materials include the draft version 0.7 level of the ZigBee Smart Energy Application Profile and the Technical Requirements Document, along with public comments and resolution from the last round. The 0.7 level is known as the "implementable" level and is the step before the final release version. The documents are available at and by clicking on “version 2.0 documents” on the left hand side menu. 11

12 © 2011 EnerNex. All Rights Reserved. Upcoming Activities  EnerNex PAP10 outreach to PSWG this Thursday  Spring 2011 SGIP Meetings: – F2F Meetings March 29-31: Face-to-face in Nashville July 12-14: Face-to-face in Montreal December 5-8: Face-to-face in Phoenix – Virtual Meetings May 26; Sep 15; Nov 10  Use and contribute to the Use Case Database:  Participate on the panel or working groups: To join: 12


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