Presentation on theme: "North American Energy Standards Board Upadate Presented by Bob Harshbarger."— Presentation transcript:
North American Energy Standards Board Upadate Presented by Bob Harshbarger
NAESB Upadate Electric Industry Registry Joint Electric Scheduling Subcommittee Public Key Infrastructure Network Integration Transmission Service on Open Access SameTime Information System Parallel Flow Visualization
Electric Industry Registry TSIN replacement Managed by NAESB staff Provided by OATI as webRegistry Impacts everyone
Electric Industry Registry NAESB roles: Performs the background verification and authorizes admission of new applicants to the system. Provides authorization of and registration data for certificate authorities. Authorizes System Administrators to change certain shared registration data. Authorizes changes in the registry approval process. Approves publication policy. Instructs System Administrators to perform unscheduled publications. Executes approval actions as required by the approval process
Electric Industry Registry NERC role: Verifies credentials of certain types of participants and executes approval actions as required by the approval process
Electric Industry Registry OATI roles: Performs system administration functions in managing system hardware and software. Investigates potential software issues reported by participants and NAESB. Implements changes in certain non-participant specific data objects per NAESB request and authorization. Modifies publication schedule per NAESB instruction. Performs unscheduled registry publications per NAESB instruction. Trains participants per arrangement with NAESB. Executes approval actions as required by the approval process.
Electric Industry Registry Data Provider roles (thats you all): Entities that want to register their data in the EIR are responsible for its entry and maintenance in the system. Providers will work directly with Data Approvers to perform the timely approval of modifications. Data Approver role (that might be you): Entities with approval rights are responsible for performing timely approval actions on data objects that require their approvals.
Electric Industry Registry Schedule (Jan version) Jan testing on-site Jan 30-Feb retesting via web First half Feb 2012 Introduction Communication Meetings Second half Feb-first half Mar 2012 training Second half Mar 2012 initial registrations
Electric Industry Registry Initial Registration Fee $250 US per Entity Code/Entity Role pair. Subsequent renewal years will cost $150 US per Entity Code/Entity Role pair. Bulk upload capability only for Source/ Sink points and POR/POD points. Registry downloads in CSV, MDB, and XML.
Electric Industry Registry FAQ, dates, test plan can be found at NAESB.ORG web site, the NAESB EIR web page:
Joint Electric Scheduling Subcommittee Reports to the NAESB WEQ Executive Committee and the NERC Interchange Subcommittee Current activity: –e-Tag (proposed 2012 delivery) –WEQ-004 Coordinate Interchange Business Practice Standards rewrite –EIR business practices and support
Joint Electric Scheduling Subcommittee Last meeting: January 5 & 6, 2012 in Houston, TX Focus was on EIR status, testing, and roll-over details Started on e-Tag wish list Cited items for WEQ-004 changes Will be meeting monthly Next meeting February 28, 2012 Houston
Public Key Infrastructure New NAESB WEQ PKI subcommittee Updating various cyber security aspects of PKI Driving towards NAESB PKI deployment Certification of Certificate Authorities Next meeting/conf call Feb
Network Integration Transmission Service on Open Access SameTime Information System a.k.a. NITS on OASIS Several years in the making Currently 75-day formal comment period Dec through Feb Impacts WEQ-000, 001, 002, 003, 013 Jan 24, 2012 workshop WEQ EC to review all comments
Parallel Flow Visualization WEQ Business Practices Subcommittee –develop a mechanism to report Transmission Loading Relief (TLR) curtailment priorities to the Generation to Load (GTL) impacts. NERC Operating Reliability Subcommittee –providing oversight to the management of the suite of information technology tools and services which support operational coordination (IDC) Concepts related to WECC ECC discussions