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					 September 2009                                           doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00


IEEE P2030 Smart Grid Interoperability Standards
        IEEE Standard 2030 Guide for Smart Grid
           Development Kick-Off Meeting
       Interoperability of Energy Technology and
                     June operation Applications and
  Information Technology3-5, 2009 with the Electric
  Power System (EPS) and End-Use
                                  Loads
                  Hosted by INTEL, Corporation, Santa Clara, CA




                    OVERVIEW



 Submission                           Slide 1                     Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
September 2009                              doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00


         IEEE P2030 – Working Group Officers
 • IEEE Project - 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


 • Chair: Dick DeBlasio

 • Vice Chair: Tom Prevost

 • CO-Chairs: Bob Grow, Sam Sciacca,
              Stefano Galli, Bob Heile

 • Secretary: Tom Basso
Submission                   Slide 2                Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
    September 2009                                     doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00


                 Some Smart Grid Definitions
• “an automated, widely distributed energy delivery
  network characterized by a two-way flow of
  electricity and information, capable of monitoring
  and responding to changes in everything from
  power plants to customer preferences to individual
  appliances.”

• “a smart grid is the electricity delivery system
  (from point of generation to point of consumption)
  integrated with communications and information
  technology”

•     (Note: Other definitions may also be in the eyes of the beholder and
      multiple definitions may be a result of layers or sub-tiers of
      interoperability and end use applications but will have commonality
      once understood.)
    Submission                        Slide 3                  Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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IEEE P2030 Guide to Interoperability Body of Smart Grid Standards
                        Interoperability
Energy                                            Energy
Information                                       Information
Communications                                    Communications




                          Bridge of
                          Discovery




 Submission                     Slide 4              Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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                 Grid Modernization

   Today’s                         Tomorrow’s
   Electricity                     Choices …                        Power park

   …                                e-
                                                                       Fuel Cell


                                         Hydrogen
                         Wind            Storage                       Remot
                         Farms                              Industrial   e
                                                               DG      Loads
                                         Fuel Cell
                           Rooftop
                         Photovoltaic       e-             SMES
                              s

                                           Smart
                                         Substation
                               Load as a
                               resource               Combined Heat
                                                      and Power
Submission               Slide 5                             Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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      Interoperability Smart Grid Concepts
                                                             Systems Approach
             Bulk Power
                                                             Interconnection &
                                   Substations
                                                             Interfaces
                                                             Technical Standards
                                                             Advanced Technologies
                                                sensors      Systems Integration                 EV
                           (Also, larger                Distribution
                           DER on                         System
                                                                              Load Management
 sensors
             Transmission System
                           transmission)      sensors

Communications and Information Technology –
                                                               DER                    Combined
       Information Flow, Data Management,
                                                                                        Heat
                          Monitor & Control                    Interconnection
                                                                                       & Power




                                                                                 sensors

Submission                                     Slide 6                         Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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               P2030 Scope and Purpose
• Scope: This document provides guidelines for smart grid
  interoperability. This guide provides a knowledge base addressing
  terminology, characteristics, functional performance and evaluation
  criteria, and the application of engineering principles for smart grid
  interoperability of the electric power system with end use applications
  and loads. The guide discusses alternate approaches to good practices
  for the smart grid.

• Purpose: This standard provides guidelines in understanding and
  defining smart grid interoperability of the electric power system with end-
  use applications and loads. Integration of energy technology and
  information and communications technology is necessary to achieve
  seamless operation for electric generation, delivery, and end-use
  benefits to permit two way power flow with communication and control.
  Interconnection and intra-facing frameworks and strategies with design
  definitions are addressed in this standard, providing guidance in
  expanding the current knowledge base. This expanded knowledge base
  is needed as a key element in grid architectural designs and operation
  to promote a more reliable and flexible electric power system.
  Submission                        Slide 7                 Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
     September 2009                                     doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00

                       P2030 Overall Goals
1.    Provide guidelines in understanding and defining smart grid
      interoperability of the electric power system with end-use applications and
      loads
2.    Focus on integration of energy technology and information and
      communications technology
3.    Achieve seamless operation for electric generation, delivery, and end-use
      benefits to permit two way power flow with communication and control
4.    Address interconnection and intra-facing frameworks and strategies with
      design definitions
5.    Expand knowledge in grid architectural designs and operation to promote
      a more reliable and flexible electric power system
6.    Stimulate the development of a Body of IEEE 2030 smart grid standards
      and or revise current standards applicable to smart grid body of
      standards.
     Submission                        Slide 8                  Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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                  P2030 ORGANIZATION

• 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


 Submission                    Slide 9                  Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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                 TF3 - Communications
• TF3 is defining communication
  requirements between devices in the
  Smart Grid
• Establish boundaries
    – Generation
    – Transmission
    – Distribution
    – Customer


Submission               Slide 10           Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
 September 2009                                     doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00


                  TF3 - Communications
        Who defines attributes
        of info? [TF1 or TF2]
        (Where, When, Who, What)



A                                             B     PHY/MAC

TF3 -How-
• TF3 will be neutral to PHY/MAC standards used in the Smart Grid
• TF3 will describe layers above PHY/MAC and below Layer 6
• 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
 Submission                        Slide 11                 Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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                      TF3 - Communications
• Discussion on PHY/MAC for Smart Grid Interoperability
   – TF3 will not DEFINE any new PHY/MAC standards
   – TFs may provide requirements to PHY/MAC SDOs
     through liaisons
   – Leave choice to designer to pick what is best for the
     application depending on geography, scalability,
     requirements, latency, etc.
   – Between any two points in the Smart Grid, data will be
     transported over many PHYs.

                  PHY/MAC – physical and medium access control
 Submission                           Slide 12                 Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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                     TF3 - Communications
• Contentious items regarding PHY/MAC
  scope for further discussion:
    – Develop suitability matrix for various
      PHY/MACs
             • Develop a list of PHY/MAC link layers that can be
               used for devices interfacing to the Smart Grid
              [Issue: future undeveloped PHY/MACs not included]
             • Discuss features of various PHY/MACs that are
               currently used and will be recommended in the
               future for use in the Smart Grid
              [Issue: requires a technical procedure for comparing and
              analyzing]
Submission                          Slide 13               Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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             TF3 PROPOSED WORK PLAN
  • Identify/adopt use cases with the goal of
    defining scope more clearly
  • Model the source (grid), its critical points, and
    the traffic it generates
  • Define/refine communication architecture
  • Identify functional technical requirements with
    the goal of supporting distributed monitoring
    and control and create a TR document
  • Standard identification and gap analysis
  • Draft a communications guideline to feed into
    P2030
Submission               Slide 14             Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
September 2009                                    doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00


ORGANIZATION OF TF3 SUBGROUPS
    TO SUPPORT WORK PLAN
• Architecture
    – Claudio Lima; Kuor-Hsin Chang; Howard Choe; Brad Singletary;
      Jeff Tao; John Grosspietsch; Jim Reilly

• Use cases
    – William Miller; Vincent Guillet

• External standards
    – Glenn Emelko; Lee Smith; John Banting

• Interface/Questions to TF1 and TF2
    – TF1-Adolfo Gutierrez; Mark Siira; TF2-TBD

Submission                         Slide 15               Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
September 2009                                  doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00


             Proposed Groups for Coordination
               (Critical dependencies which go both ways)

       •     OPEN_SG
       •     IEC SG3 activities pertinent to this project
       •     NIST
       •     IEC TC57
       •     NASPInet
       •     ZigBee
       •     HomePlug
       •     NEMA
       •     P2030 TF1
       •     P2030 TF2
       •     IEEE Acquisition & Processing Subcommittee

Submission                        Slide 16              Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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             Proposed Groups for Liaison
      (exchanging information only; no critical dependencies)

       •     P1777
       •     P1901
       •     P802
       •     ITU-T SG15 Q4 G.hn
       •     IETF (with active participation)
       •     Other related IEEE groups


Submission                     Slide 17               Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
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                 Proposed Groups to Track
             •   Canarie (Canada)
             •   Gridwise Alliance
             •   LonMark International
             •   KNX
             •   Echonet (Japan)
             •   BACnet (ASHRAE SSPC 135)
             •   3GPP/3GPP2
             •   ETSI M2M

Submission                    Slide 18           Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
September 2009                                doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00



                 P2030-NEXT MEETING

 • October 27-29, 2009, Westchester
   County, NY
 • Hosted by IBM

       http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/scc21/2030/2030_index.html




Submission                      Slide 19              Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
  September 2009                                   doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00


           Proposed October Meeting Topics-TF3
• Responses to Call for Contributions on Use Cases, Current SmartGrid
  Deployments, and Existing Communications Architectures
• Briefing on what the NAPSI and NAPSInet network looks like
• Possible guest speakers
   – Eric Gunther – NIST
   – Paul Myer – EPRI
   – Francis Cleveland
• Invite utilities that actually have deployed Smart Grid activities on a
  large scale beyond just smart metering. Possible Targets—Excel,
  Duke, PG&E
• Get background on Meter Data Management issues
   – Volume of data from distribution monitoring
   – Non essential data traffic – end use vs essential data traffic
• DG on the grid
   – Communication issues
   – Presentation from the power side on these issues
  Submission                      Slide 20                 Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance
September 2009                                    doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0658-00



                       QUESTIONS??
 • Sign up to the reflectors
 • Documents available on Mentor
   – follow links on TF3 home page
             http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/scc21/2030/TF3.html




Submission                         Slide 21               Bob Heile, ZigBee Alliance

				
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