Presentation on theme: "Accelerating Grid Modernization Open FMB Suggested Use Cases."— Presentation transcript:
Accelerating Grid Modernization Open FMB Suggested Use Cases
Accelerating Grid Modernization Open Field Message Bus - Capabilities ● Low Latency ● Multi-device types / multi systems ● Flexible Configurations ● Distributed Applications What is important to the group?
Accelerating Grid Modernization UseCase Stack for Consideration Security: Mitigation During a Failure or Attack ( Resilience and Security for Power Systems with Distributed Energy Resources (DER) - Frances Cleveland) Provide dynamic reactive power injection through autonomous responses to local voltage measurements (IEC TC8 WG6 DCT 4 Version 9) Limit maximum real power output at the PCC to a preset value (IEC TC8 WG6 DCT 4 Version 9) Frequency Control during island (based on EPRI Usecase) Distributed Power Balancing (concept paper provided by Bruce McMillin)
Accelerating Grid Modernization Thoughts Imagine a Meter that provides four types of data to different actors in the system - sub second data for local distributed apps (stability) - sub second data for local distributed (optimization / forecasting) - minute to monthly revenue for billing systems in the back office - sub second data to support future transactive energy apps (so that all meters of a technical type from multiple vendors and multiple application vendors can play together)
Accelerating Grid Modernization Backup
Accelerating Grid Modernization Resilience and Security for Power Systems with Distributed Energy Resources (DER), SGIP Meeting, Frances Cleveland, May 5-8, Denver, Colorado
Accelerating Grid Modernization Capabilities - Litimus Test 1.Demonstrates the capability for low Messaging latency 2.Demonstrates interoperability between vendor devices 3.Demonstrates interoperability between vendor application 4.Demonstrates the capability for information governance 5.Demonstrates the capability to support high volume of IP devices 6.Demonstrates the capability to support low integration work processes for system 7.Demonstrates the capability for multi-function assets 8.Demonstrates the capability for distributed systems 9.Demonstrated the capability for trustworthy deployment 10.Demonstrates the capability for extensibility
Accelerating Grid Modernization F4:Unintentional Islanding These selections are based on the EPRI Microgrid Usecases One idea to test out latency is during an unplanned islanding event. If we are assume that ESS is in a smoothing operation and can ramp at 50ms based on lithium ion chemistry, what can we do to drop non- critical loads fast enough to maintain the stability of the island over different communication mediums Key requirement demonstrated - Low latency
Accelerating Grid Modernization F1 is Frequency Control These selections are based on the EPRI Microgrid Usecases Frequency Control in Island mode would probably be the most interesting. Ability to control the ESS KW output for frequency stabilization during load transition. Key requirement demonstrated - Low latency
Accelerating Grid Modernization Other Thoughts on Usecases A usecase that allows us to use data from a field devices for multiple applications that is typically siloed or limited via communications. For example metering devices can support visibility of the system and have the potential to use this data in multiple types of applications. A usecase that looks at adding new devices on to the network and how that process would work. For example, assume a microgrid, if we have new metering devices or a new generation asset what would be the right architecture design to drive towards a plug n play environment where distributed application don’t need to be reconfigured manually and the domain functions still work as prescribed.