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					OPENING PLENARY MEETING
Mark Klerer
SGIP Plenary Vice-Chair
30 November 2010
AGENDA
Time Durations   Item                                                               Presenter
0:00 – 0:10      Welcome & Introduction                                             Mark Klerer
0:10 – 0:15      NIST Update                                                        George Arnold
0:15 – 0:20      Governing Board Update                                             John McDonald
0:20 – 0:30      Grid-Interop & 2011 Events                                         Paul Molitor
0:30 – 0:45      Coordination Function Updates
                       – Administrator & Program Management Office                  Stuart McCafferty
                       – Bylaws & Operating Procedures                              Matt Theall
                       – Communications, Marketing, and Education                   Mladen Kezunovic
0:45 – 0:55      Standing Committee Reports
                       – Architecture Committee                                     Ron Ambrosio
                       – Testing & Certification Committee                          Rik Drummond
                       – Cyber Security WG                                          Marianne Swanson
0:55 – 1:10      Other Business
                       – Catalog of Standards                                       Mark Klerer
                       – Internet Protocol Suite WG proposal                        Paul Molitor
1:10 – 1:50      International Smart Grid Interoperability
                        – Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)   Director NAKANISHI
                        – Korean Bureau of Knowledge Industry Standards (KATS)      Director Ahn Chong Il
                        and Korean Smart Grid Association (KSGA)
1:50 – 2:00      Questions                                                          Mark Klerer
2:00             Adjourn
                                                                                                            2
WELCOME
• Membership
• Accomplishments
• Areas of leadership attention




                                  3
SGIP MEMBERSHIP                                                                          AS OF 11.5.10
•   Total # of Member Organizations: 634                           # of Organizations by Country
     •    # of Participating Member Organizations: 547                   •   USA: 572
     •    # of Observing Member Organizations: 87                        •   Canada: 28
     •    # of Organizations who joined in October: 10                   •   International: 34
•   Total # of Individual Members*: 1,750 * Omits Signatory Authorities who aren’t also cited as a
    representative.
•          # of Participating Member Organizations by Declared Stakeholder Category




                                   Stakeholder Categories
                                                                                                         4
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
•   PAPs coming to completion
     – PAPs 01 & 11
          • PAP 01 Internet Protocol Suite: passed to RFC Editor
          • PAP 11 Electric Vehicle: results to be submitted to GB in November
     – PAPs 02, 05 close behind
          • PAP 02 Wireless Guidelines: NISTIR Report due before EOY
          • PAP 05 Meter Data: AEIC Guidelines for Meter Interoperability drafted in September
•   Internet Protocol Suite WG proposed
•   2011 event venues progressing
•   Catalog of standards drafted for review
•   ANSI license agreement for access to standards, “floating” licenses




                                                                                                 5
ISSUES/CONCERNS BEING WORKED
•   PAP 15 – Harmonize PLC standards for appliance integration
     – Joint IEEE and ITU-T narrow-band PLC process for single standard established
•   DEWG work plans
     – Domain expertise for SGIP vision and roadmap effort
     – Improve visibility of efforts throughout the SGIP
•   Engagement with international smart grid efforts
     – Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
     – Korean Bureau of Knowledge Industry Standards (KATS) and Korean Smart Grid
       Association (KSGA)
     – SGIP face-to-face, July in Montreal with international theme
•   Catalog of Standards
     – Document expected by EOY
     – Briefed to GB




                                                                                      6
NIST UPDATE
 George Arnold
 National Coordinator for Smart Grid Interoperability
 NIST



                                                        7
TOPICS
•   Engagement with regulatory community
•   NSTC Smart Grid subcommittee
•   NIST Smart Grid Federal Advisory Committee
•   International engagements
•   Questions?




                                                 8
GOVERNING BOARD UPDATE
 John McDonald
 SGIP Governing Board Chair




                              9
GOVERNING BOARD YEAR IN REVIEW                                                               •Approve SGIP WG
                                                                                              Consensus Process
                                                                                             •Approve 2011
                                                                                              Governing Board
                                                                                              Candidate slate
                                                                      •NARUC joint meeting   •Grid-Interop F2F in
                                                                       in Sacramento          Chicago
                                                                      •PAP 17 approval       •First votes on
                                                                      •Reports from HAN       standards admission
                                               •NARUC coordination     and VMR Task Forces
                                                begins                                        to SGIP Catalog of
                                                                      •Establish Electro-     Standards
                                               •ConnectivityWeek       Magnetic
                                                F2F in San Jose                              •Start to close out
                       •Establish HAN Task                             Interoperability       several PAPs
                        Force                  •Establish              Issues WG (EMIIWG)
                       •Establish PMO           International
                                                Outreach Task Force
                       •Establish procedures
                        and process flow       •Establish IPR Task
•Governing Board
 Elections
•Inaugural
                        charts for PAPs and
                        Committees
                                                Force
                                               •Reports from HAN
                                                and VMR Task Forces
                                                                                             Q4 2010
                       •March F2F meeting
 Governing Board
                        in Washington D.C.
 Meeting
                       •Establish Vision,
•Appointment of
 SGIP Plenary Chair
                        Mission, and
                        Roadmap (VMR)
                                                                      Q3 2010
 (Steve Widergren)
                        Task Force
•Provided support
                       •PAP 10 intervention
 for initial 15 PAPs
•Formation of
                       •PAP 16 approval        Q2 2010
 Committees
 •BOPWG, CMEWG
                       Q1 2010
Q4 2009

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GOVERNING BOARD UPDATE – ELECTIONS ONGOING
    Meet the Candidates
Category Candidate                                             Room
   2     Tariq Samad (i), Honeywell                             45
   4     Rich Scholer (i), Ford
         Steve Muchlinski (i), Tacoma Public Utilities
                                                                45
                                                                        Election Details
   6                                                            53
         Suresh Kotha, Sacramento Municipal Utility District          • Even-numbered Stakeholder
   8     Chuck Shih, Edge Holdings                              45      Categories ONLY
         Matt Theall (i), HomeGrid Forum
  10     Tom Herbst, Silver Spring Networks                     47    • Voting ends 5 PM Dec 2
         Tom Janca, IBM Global Services
         Le Tang (i), ABB                                             • Meet the Candidates
         Hiroshi Murayama, Toshiba
  12     Robby Simpson, GE                                      49       – Tuesday evening 6 PM
         David Rolling, Cooper Power Systems
  14     Mladen Kezunovic (i), Texas A&M                        45
  16     John Nunneley, SunSpec Alliance                        45
  18     John Caskey, NEMA                                      45
  20     Rik Drummond, Drummond Group                           45
  22     Scott Ungerer, EnerTech Capital                        45

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UPCOMING EVENTS
 Paul Molitor
 SGIP Plenary Secretary




                          12
GB Election Timeline – Even Stakeholders, 2010
DUE DATE       TASK

9.20           Call for candidates open

10.8           Call for candidates close

11.9           Nominations reviewed, slates finalized and candidates notified

11.17          Membership Applications to vote “frozen”

11.18          Electronic voting opens at 9a.m. EST

11.30          Candidate Introductions @ Grid-Interop

12.2           Electronic voting closes at 5p.m. EST

12.3           Announce winners and/or runoff

12.6 – 12.15   RUNOFF CONTINGENCY: Open runoff election 12 pm




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UPCOMING 2010 PLENARY EVENTS
 See http://www.grid-interop.com/2010/#agenda for detailed agenda

               Mon.               Tue.              Wed.               Thu.         Fri.
               11/29              11/30             12/1               12/2         12/3

8.00 am
                              GB Meeting
 10.30
                                                                    PAPs & WGs   PAPs & WGs
  am
 12.00
                                                   LUNCH
  pm
                                Opening                                           Closing
1.00 pm
              Optional          Plenary                                           Plenary
              Meetings          DEWGs &                                           Optional
3.30 pm                                         PAPs & WGs          PAPs & WGs
                               Committees                                         Meetings

6.00 pm                        Candidate
                               Interviews
                                   and
7.00 pm                         Optional        PAPs & WGs
                                Meetings

9.00 pm


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2011 Plenary Meeting Schedule
Month Date    Time         Detail
Jan   21      1 – 3 p.m.   Virtual Meeting/Conf. Call
Feb
Mar   29-31   All Day      F2F: Nashville
Apr
May   26      1 – 3 p.m.   Virtual Meeting/Conf. Call hosted @ ConnectivityWeek
Jun

Jul   12-14   All Day      F2F: Montreal, Canada – International theme
Aug
Sep   15      1 – 3 p.m.   Virtual Meeting/Conf. Call hosted @ GridWeek
Oct                        (consider possibility of Sep/Oct working meeting)
Nov
Dec   5-8     All Day      F2F: Grid-Interop, Phoenix




                                                                                  15
ADMINISTRATOR & PMO REPORT
 Stuart McCafferty
 SGIP Administration and PMO




                               16
5 MINUTES ON PAP PROGRESS
•   PAP 1: Complete
     –   Standard: IETF Internet Protocol Use in the Smart Grid RFC
     –   Shutting down PAP in December
     –   Internet Protocol Suite WG forming
•   PAP 2: Nearly Complete
     –   Standard: NIST Interagency Report (NISTIR) Wireless Guidelines in the Smart Grid
     –   NISTIR V1.0 expected end of December
•   PAP 4: Nearly Complete
     –   Standard: OASIS WS-Calendar
     –   WS-Calendar expected end of December
•   PAP 5: Nearly Complete
     –   Standard: AEIC Meter Guidelines
     –   Guidelines are complete
     –   Shutting down PAP in December
•   PAP 10: Nearly Complete
     –   Standard: NAESB Energy Usage Information
     –   Standard expected middle of December
     –   Closing PAP end of December/beginning of January
•   PAP 11: Some Standards Complete
     –   Standards: SAE J1772, SAE J2836, SAE J2847
     –   SAE J1772 and J2836 complete
     –   Developing new PAP to address DC Charging standards
     –   Continuing work on SAE J2847


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  PAP TIMELINE STATUS

 Milestone:                   Milestone:                  Milestone:               Milestone:            Milestone:         Milestone:
PAP Initiation               SSO Identified          Requirements Handoff      Standards Handback         GB/SGIP            Close PAP
                                                                                                          Decision
                      Develop List of
                  Deliverables and Tasks
                    With Assignments
                                                                                          Analysis
         Form Initial Team                                                             That Standard              Post to
                                                                                         Meets PAP                Catalog
    PAP Charter                      Develop Requirements           SSO Development     Requirements


                                                                                                    GB Decision        Close PAP




                                           • PAP 6                  • PAP 7           • PAP 2          • PAP 1                  • PAP 0
                                           • PAP 8                  • PAP 9           • PAP 3          • PAP 4
                                           • PAP 14                 • PAP 12                           • PAP 5
                                           • PAP 16                 • PAP 13                           • PAP 10
                                           • PAP 17                 • PAP 15                           • PAP 11




                                                                                                                                          18
BYLAWS & OPERATING PROCEDURES WG
 Matt Theall
 BOPWG Chair




                                   19
BOPWG UPDATE – MATT THEALL
• BOPWG Met on November 10th
   – Reviewed Case of Active Observing Members Moving to Participating
     Member Status
       • Conclusion: Observer members moving to participating member status
         need to attend 2 meetings as a participating member in order to
         establish voting rights


   – Discussed Operating Procedures Manual
       • Expect O&P manual to be ready for full GB review in Q1’11




                                                                              20
COMMUNICATIONS, MARKETING, & EDUCATION WG

 Mladen Kezunovic
 CME WG Chair




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DELIVERABLE DESCRIPTION
• SGIPweb.org. WG should particularly focus on the strategic suggestions,
  including website layout, design, content, etc.
• SGIP newsletter. WG will have a direct path through the regular (weekly)
  PR group meetings to provide input and suggestions for topic coverage.
• Flyer #1: “What is interoperability?”. WG will work on finalizing it by
  giving suggestions for modifications and clarifications as needed.
• Flyer #2: “What is the value of interoperability?”. The same process as
  for Flyer #1 will be applied, except the focus will be clarity and
  illustration for no-technical audiences.
• PP and video “library” for “speakers bureau”. WG will be reviewing such
  material to be provided by Enernex and NIST
• OPMAN. Defining clear procedures for accomplishing this task is in the
  WG charter .




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COORDINATION ASSIGNMENTS AND SCHEDULES
•   SGIP website: Paul Molitor (continuous)
•   Newsletter: Matt Theall (Continuous)
•   Flyer#1: Perry Pederson (Q1/11)
•   Flyer#2: Vicki Tres (Q2/11)
•   PP slides and videos: Tariq Samad and Brent Hodges (continuous)
•   OPMAN: Mladen Kezunovic and Steve Widergren (Q3/11)




                                                                      23
ARCHITECTURE COMMITTEE
 Ron Ambrosio
 SGAC Chair




                         24
 SGAC MONTHLY QUAD CHART
           Activities and Accomplishments                            Upcoming Key Milestones and Activities
 Ongoing focus on Architecture Process and Goals             Engage with and aid in coordination of key industry
 Conceptual Architecture                                      reference architecture activities: IEC SG 3, IETF, IEEE
     Goal Decomposition Workshop complete                     P2030, ITU-T
     Requirements Workshop complete                          Conceptual Architecture
     Business Services Workshop complete                            Automation Workshop – Nov in Michigan
 Semantic Summit at St. Louis SGIP meeting                   Semantic Modeling
 Appointed SGAC liaisons to PAPs/DEWGs                              Summit Follow-on work with PAPs and SSOs
 Developing SGAC Workplans (ongoing)                                Working on next version of white paper
 Organizing SGAC participation at Grid-Interop 2010          PAP Close Out Reviews


                     Deliverables                                       Issues, Concerns, and Help Needed

 Published Semantic Model White Paper                        Architecture development requires focused work that
 Posted Architecture Process Document                         will go beyond volunteer only activities
 Posted Draft National Goals White Paper                     There is GB concern on overlap and coordination of
                                                               information models between the PAPs. Need greater
 Posted National Goals Decomposition Spreadsheet
                                                               SGAC oversight between the various PAP information
 Posted Architectural Requirements                            modeling activities.
 Posted Draft PAP Mapping to NIST Concept Model
  and GWAC Stack



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                                         October 2010 Activities - PMO Monthly Report
TESTING & CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE
 Rik Drummond
 SGTCC Chair




                                    26
 SGTCC MONTHLY QUAD CHART
          Activities and Accomplishments                       Upcoming Key Milestones and Activities
 D3 – Interoperability Process Reference Manual         Completing 2-3 ITCA reviews by late November
  (IPRM) completed comment resolution and final          Updates to the IPRM based on experience gathered
  editing remains in progress                             during the ITCA review process, and revision/release
 Began piloting IPRM with several Interoperability       in early January
  Testing and Certification Authorities (ITCA)           Engaging with the CSWG testing sub-team to
 Prepared draft ITCA audit process document and          coordinate security related testing issues
  checklist in preparation for ITCA reviews
 Launched discussion with accreditation bodies for
  future independent ITCA reviews
 SGTCC framework and plan presented to the SGIP on
  October 29 to build awareness and support

                    Deliverables                                   Issues, Concerns, and Help Needed
 D3 – Interoperability Process Reference Manual          Obtaining timely cooperation from the ITCAs to
  (IPRM) is being finalized for SGIP review.               participate in the review process with the TCC, and
 Interoperability Maturity Assessment Tool completed      accelerating their commitment to adopt and enact
                                                           the SGTCC recommendations in their operations
                                                          Engaging end users to gain their commitment towards
                                                           requiring IPRM conformance for ITCAs certifying the
                                                           products that they purchase



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CYBER SECURITY WORKING GROUP
 Marianne Swanson
 CSWG Chair




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    CSWG MONTHLY QUAD CHART
              Activities and Accomplishments                             Upcoming Key Milestones and Activities
 Completed “Introduction to the NISTIR 7628,                    PAP2 Requirements Update
  Guidelines for Smart Grid Cyber Security”                      NEMA Meter Upgradability Standard Review
 Completed Outreach Session with California PUC                 Upcoming outreach Sessions:
 Created new CSWG Subgroup on AMI security and                   •   IEEE 4-6 October at NIST
  on Testing and Certification                                    •   GridWeek 18-21 October in DC
 Completed 5 Standards Assessments                               •   University of Illinois – November 5, Champaign, IL
 Expanded Support to PAPs                                        •   Georgia Tech – November 18-, Atlanta, GA
          PAP1 – Security review
          PAP2 – Requirements update
          PAP 10 – Integrating Cyber Security
          Identified CWSG team members to provide support to
           remaining PAPs


                         Deliverables                                       Issues, Concerns, and Help Needed
   Supporting Update to PAP 2 Requirements Matrix               None
   Supporting PAP 10 Requirement Development
   NEMA Meter Upgradability Standard Review
   PAP1 Security Review




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CATALOG OF STANDARDS
 Mark Klerer
 SGIP Plenary Vice-Chair




                           30
CATALOG OF STANDARDS
Plenary leadership led team drafted a document defining the criteria and procedures for
    inclusion of a document in the SGIP Catalog of Standards.
•   Scope of the Standards Catalog
     –   Standards and guides recognized as relevant for enabling SG capabilities
•   Objectives of the Standards Catalog
     –   Explain value & purpose of the catalog for SG community
     –   Influential, but independent of NIST/FERC decision-making
     –   Characterize the various specification organizations with respect to their processes in developing
         their specifications
     –   Provide an annotated resource that identifies standards created by recognized SSOs and/or
         industry consortia that are relevant to Smart Grid applications
     –   Identify functional areas of smart grid where each standard is appropriate (draw on SGAC work)




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CATALOG OF STANDARDS (CONT.)
•   Process (for review by BOPWG)
     –   NIST Framework and Roadmap for SG Interoperability v1.0 identifies many standards to consider
     –   Additional standards can be identified to the SGIP Administrator by any SGIP member for potential
         inclusion in catalog
     –   Relevance and importance evaluated by appropriate SGIP working group (e.g. DEWG, PAP, etc) and
         consensus developed
     –   Conclusions forwarded to SGIPGB for recommendation to on inclusion to the SGIP membership
     –   75% approval by SGIP membership required for inclusion in the catalog
     –   Standards included in the catalog may be deprecated from further use to changes in technology or
         needs by following the same process.
•   Catalog Structure
     –   Entries in catalog will be structured based on application domain defined in the Framework and
         further classified by GWAC stack
•   Catalog Record Structure
     –   Each catalog entry will include a set of attributes that classify the document with respect to:
           •   Development process
           •   IRP regime
           •   Cyber-security aspects
           •   Domain of applicability
           •   Functionality supported



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CATALOG OF STANDARDS (CONT.)
•   Relationship to NIST and FERC lists
     –   Standards Catalog strives for accurate characterization and relevance to the smart grid community,
         and avoids recommendation
     –   Standards Catalog expected to be a larger compilation which can inform NIST and FERC in their
         decision processes
• Next Steps
     – Closure of consensus of document
     – BOPWG consideration of process proposal
     – Review and blessing of document by SGIPGB




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INTERNET PROTOCOL SUITE WG PROPOSAL
 Paul Molitor
 SGIP Plenary Secretary




                                      34
INTERNET PROTOCOL SUITE WG PROPOSAL
• Unique skill set in electro-industry
   – Requires an understanding of TCP/IP networking
• Venue to resolved issues in the wake of PAP 01
   – Clearinghouse for issues related to IP Suite
   – Movement to Action
        • Protocols exist (needs guidance or modification)
        • Need new protocol
        • Output = Dismiss or Craft a PAP
• Proposed Leadership
   –   Gilmore-Molitor, Co-Chair
   –   Baker, Sergeant-at-Arms
   –   NIST Liaison
   –   Enernex Technical Champion
                                                             35
JAPAN’S ACTIVITY ON INTERNATIONAL
STANDARDIZATION OF SMART GRID
Hironori Nakanishi
Director, Technical Regulations, Standards and
    Conformity Assessment Policy Division,
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry , Japan


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         Outline for today

Japan‟s Roadmap

Formation and Activity of JSCA

Feed Forward Approach

 Japanese Contributions

                                  37
      Japan’s Roadmap
        on Smart Grid
International Standardization




                                38
    Contribution to international standardization
 “Study Group on International Standardization for Next
  Generation Energy Systems” was set up to deliberate road map
  for Japan’s contribution for international standardization activity
  in Smart Grid area.
 The road map was released on January 2010.
                                                     -Recommendations-
 -Analysis-
                      Road map on Smart          Contribute to the international
Draw a future-
focused big           Grid standardization       standardization activity
picture
                                                 Collaborate with other countries;
                   Examine a comprehensive
Identify                                         • Collaborate with NIST
                   smart grid international
business/                                        • Exchange information with
                   standardization strategy
use case/                                          CENELEC
key systems
                   Identify 26 focus areas
 Analyze           including control equipment   Implement policy development;
 strength/weakn    in distributed power          • Standardization road map with
 ess               supplies and equipment for      R&D, pilot projects, and other
 and identify      EV charging infrastructure      measures
 priority areas
                   Establish an international
Analyze overseas   standardization roadmap       Establish private-sector smart
market                                           grid implementation consortium
                                                                                     39
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   26 Focus Areas Identified by the Study Group
1 Wide-Area Situational Awareness (WASA) in              14 Fixed energy storage systems
  transmission systems
2 Optimized controls for system storage cells            15 Storage cell modules
3 Optimized controls for distribution storage cells      16 Methods of assessing the salvage value of EV
                                                           storage cells
4 Optimized controls for building/community energy       17 Quick EV charger-vehicle communications
  storage
5 High-efficiency power conditioners for storage cells   18 Quick EV charger connectors
6 Distribution automation systems                        19 Quick EV charger unit design
7 Power conditioners for distributed power supplies      20 Safety testing of lithium-ion batteries for vehicles
8 Power electronic devices for distribution              21 Vehicle-to-regular EV charger infrastructure
                                                            communications
9 Demand response networks                               22 Infrastructure control of regular EV chargers
10 HEMS                                                  23 Wide-area meter access communications
11 BEMS                                                  24 Local meter access communications
12 FEMS                                                  25 Gas metering for AMI systems
13 CEMS                                                  26 Authentication method between meter
                                                           communicators and higher-level systems
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                                                                                             26 Focus Areas
                                                                                       DAS network (virtual network)
                                                        IP network

    Top-tier control center                                                                         2



1                                                                                                                                    RTU                                           RTU                LPC             RTU                                RTU
                                                                                         RTU
                                                                      ~                                                  Sensor withRTU
         Power utility                                   Distribution                                                   built-in switch                                                                                                   RTU


     service provider, etc.                                                                                     Power conditioner                                                         13                                                            SVC
                                                         transformer                    LRT
                                                         substation                                                      5                            SVR/TVR
                                                                                                3        Storage cells       Distribution lines
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Commercial solar power
                                                                                                                                    19                                                                                            plant
                       Distribution                               Charging stationController                                                                                            11

                       automation                                                                                                              18                                                                       Power conditioner
        Control data




                                                                            Power conditioner                                                                                           12
                       system                                                                                                  Quick charger
                       (DAS) 6                                                                                                                                                         BEMS/FEMS
                                                                                                                                                                                                      4                                         8
                                                                                                        Storage cells
                                                                                           15                                                             Buildings / Factories
                                                                                                                                      17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    7
                                                                                                                                                                                         14
                                                         AMI network (virtual network)
                                                            IP network
                       Meter data                               23                                                                                                               Solar power panel
                       management
                       system                                                                                                                                               Distribution panel          Air conditioner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             PV
                       (MDMS)     26                                                                                               24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      power conditioner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                21
                                                                                                                                                          Electronic meter                                       10
                                                                     IP network                                                                                                                                             High-efficiency water heater

      DR server                              DR network (virtual network)                                                                                25
                                                                                                                                                                                  Controller
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    22


                                                                     9                                                                                                                               PEV / PHEV
                                                                                                                                                            General customers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  16             20
                          AMI: Advanced Metering Infrastructure, BEMS: Building EMS, DAS: Distribution Automation System, DR: Demand Response, EMS: Energy Management System, FEMS: Factory EMS, FRT:
                          Fault Ride Through, H/W: Hardware: I/F: Interface, IP: Internet Protocol, LRT: Load Ratio control Transformer, LPC: Loop Power Controller, MDMS: Meter Data Management System, PEV:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               41
                          Plug-in Electric Vehicle, PHEV: Plug-in Hybrid EV, PV: Photovoltaic, RTU: Remote Terminal Unit, SVC: Static Var Compensator, SVR: Step Voltage Regulator, S/W: Software, SW: Switch,
                          TVR: Thyristor Voltage Regulator, WASA: Wide Area Situational Awareness
   Formation and Activity of
Japan Smart Community Alliance




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  Japan Smart Community Alliance
 The “Japan Smart Community Alliance,” a public-private
 consortium, consists of a broad range of                       Japanese
 organizations, companies, has founded in April 2010.
 It carries out various work for development of roadmaps or
 dissemination of information to promote                     international
 standardization, and strengthening collaboration.

          Utilities                                Developers


      Manufacturers                                Institutions

  Members: 504 (As of November 11, 2010 )
  JSCA has members from the electric power, gas, automobile, information and
  communications, electric machinery, construction and trading industries as
  well as the public sector and academia.
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              Japan Smart Community Alliance
   Board
Chair: Toshiba
Board:Hitachi, ITOCHU, JGC, Mitsubishi Electric, Panasonic, TEPCO, Tokyo Gas, Toyota
Secretariat:NEDO

Steering Committee
  International Strategy WG
   This working group will identify domestic and global smart grid trends and JSCA will then share such
   information with international organizations. It will also study and develop strategies to support
   Japanese companies in their international deployment activities.

  International Standardization WG
   With the aim of achieving international smart grid standardization, this working group will facilitate practical
   activities in different areas. Collaborative activities with organizations in Europe and the United States will
   also be carried out.
  Roadmap WG
   This working group will prepare a roadmap for smart grid technology development. In addition, it will
   promote technology development as part of a social system by developing a scenario for a next-generation
   society in which smart grid-related technologies have been disseminated.


  Smart House WG
   With a view to early commercialization of smart house technologies, this working group will review an
   information infrastructure (platform) that will enable visualization and monitoring of home energy use
   evaluation as a basic consumer service.                                                                            44
            Japan’s Smart Community Roadmap
To address the 3Es simultaneously, it is important to realize the best mix of power sources by
introducing large-scale RE utilizing storage. This roadmap illustrates a future social system Japan is
aiming at, concentrating on regional EMS and lifestyle changes, under such an energy supply structure.
                                                                                     (3E (Environment・Energy Security・Economy) )

             Today - Year 2020                         2020 - 2030                           2030 -

             ■ Solar panel prices will decrease        ■ Due to a decline in PV prices,      ■ Cost competitiveness of RE will
             significantly due to large-scale          more PV systems will be installed     improve as fossil fuel prices
             introduction of panels to houses as       at houses.                            increase by more than double. Use
             well as commercial buildings.             ■ Regional EMS, which contribute      of RE will be prioritized and nuclear
             ■ Measures to maintain the quality        to effective use of RE generated at   power will be used as a base.
Relation     of electricity while the large-scale      houses, will become more              ■ EMS that can provide an
between      introduction of PV will be carried        important.                            optimized balance in terms of
regional     out mainly for the grid side. Storage     ■ Regional EMS will be realized as    economy and security between
             cells will be installed at substations.   storage cells become cheaper and      regional EMS and grid will be
EMS and
             ■ As regional EMS are further             are further disseminated.             established.
entire       demonstrated, technology and              ■ Distribution and                    ■ EMS that creates demand
grid         know-how will be accumulated.             transmission networks                 by charging EVs at the time of
             ■ The cost of storage cells will go       that enable two-way                   excessive RE, and
             down due to technology                    communication between GE              supplies energy to grid          GE
                                                                                                                                   GE




             development and demonstration.            demand side and grid side             at high demand,                            GE




                                                       will be actively established.         will be used.
                                                                                                                    GE
                                                                                                                         GE




             ■ Remote reading using smart              ■ HEMS and regional EMS will          ■ A fully-automated HEMS will be
             meters will start.                        be integrated. All power              realized.
             ■ HEMS will be disseminated.              generated at houses will be used
Houses       Some houses will install home             optimally.
             servers. Demand response                  ■ Various services using home
             demonstration will start.                 servers will be disseminated.
             ■ Demonstration of EVs will start.        ■ EVs will be used for power
                                                       storage as well.
             ■ ZEB introduction will start.            ■ ZEB will be realized at new         ■ ZEB will lead to a greatly
Buildings    ZEB: Zero Emission Building               public buildings.                     reduced level of emissions for all
                                                                                             new buildings as a group.
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JAPAN’S ACTIVITY OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION ON
SMART GRID UNDER JSCA
              JSCA(Secretariat : NEDO)

         International Standardization Working
                         Group

                Transmission        Energy            Next
   Energy                                                       Communication
                      &          Management        Generation
  Storage                                                         Interface
                Distribution        System         Automobile
Sub-Working                                       Sub-Working    Sub-Working
                 Sub-Working     Sub-Working
   Group                                             Group          Group
                    Group            Group

#2-5,          #1,               #9-13,            #17-19,

#14-16         #6-8              #23-26            #20-22

              Follow activity of 26 focus areas
              Support for IEC,IEEE,SGIP/PAP etc.                                46
Feed Forward Approach toward
 International Standardization




                                 47
                   Smart Community Related Experience
           Up to FY2005               FY2005         FY2006          FY2007        FY2008       FY2009 and
                                                                                                beyond

         Technology development of renewable energies (PV, WT, etc.)

Development of                                   Grid-connected system development
individual technology               Operation and grid-connection of high penetration RE or storage and EMS
for RE grid connection               application technology to reduce fluctuation of renewable energy output

                            Demonstrative Project on Grid-
                            interconnection of Clustered PV Power
Control of Clustered PV     Generation Systems (FY2002-FY2007)
voltage                                                                          Research and Development of
                                                                                 Islanding Testing Technology
                              Wind Power Stabilization Technology                for Clustered PV Power
                              Development Project(FY2003-FY2007)                 Generation Systems
                                                                                 (FY2008-FY2009)
                                 Demonstrative Project of Regional
                                 Power Grids with Various New
Prove of renewable energy        Energies
supply system with               (FY2003-FY2007)
large storage
                                    Demonstrative Project on New
                                    Power Network Systems
                                    (FY2004-FY2007)


Prove of energy storage
technology                                         Verification of Grid Stabilization with Large-scale PV Power
                                                                        Generation Systems
                                                                         (FY2006-FY2010)

                                                  Development of an Electric Energy Storage System for Grid-
                                                  connection with New Energy Resources                            48
                                                  (FY2006-FY2010)
         Technology Demonstration Project
 OTA CITY DEMONSTRATION SITE




                                         WAKKANAI DEMONSTRATION SITE
Number of PV-equipped houses: 553
Total PV capacity: 2,129 kW
Average capacity per house: 3.85 kW
 Demonstration Project on Grid-
 interconnection of Clustered PV Power
 Generation Systems (FY2002-FY2007)



                                         Wakkanai site
                                         5 MW: Most PV cells are crystalline.
                                         NaS battery: 1500 kW-7.2hrs
                                         Verification of Grid Stabilization with Large-
                                         scale PV Power Generation Systems (FY2006-
                                         FY2010)                                          49
                     Future Plan for Smart Community Related Projects
                            FY2009            FY2010               FY2011     FY2012    FY2013     FY2014    FY2015 and After
for PV penetration
Countermeasures




                            Power system countermeasures for high
                            penetration of distributed renewable eng.

                            Islanding power system
                            demonstration
                                                                                 ・Collaboration among projects
                            Evaluation of renewable                              ・Technology development for a smart community
                            energy high penetration

                            Load leveling equipment demonstration

                                            Optimal control for future grid
                              Electricity
                              EMS for




                                            demonstration
                              & Heat




                                            Distributed energy
                                            optimization project

                                            Model project for natural
                                            gas application
       (
      Energy conservation




                                                                                        ” Technology Demonstration
       HEMS BEMS




                            Next-generation high
                            efficiency residential                                         under real environment
                            house project
       ・
                            Demonstration of smart                                           “Smart Community
                            building
       )                    Smart EV charger
                            project




                                                                                                                          Management
                                                                                                                          Energy
                                                                                                                          Regional
                                 Japan-New Mexico smart grid demonstration Project
                                            Next-generation energy and social system demonstration
                                                        Projects in Japan ( Four Cities)
                                                     Japan-European country smart grid demonstration Pro.
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                   Smart Community Projects
        – Four large scale pilot projects started in 2010 –
            Kansai Science City
  (Kyoto Prefecture, Kansai Electric Power, Osaka
  Gas Power, KANSAI SCIENCE CITY, Kyoto Univ.)
    CO2▲20%:houses,▲30%:transportation                              Yokohama City
                    (from 2005)                             (Yokohama City. Toshiba, Panasonic,
 ‘Smart tap’ which visualizes energy                       Meidensha, Nissan, Accenture, etc.)
 consumption controls home energy usage.                      CO2▲30% by 2025(from 2004)
 ‘Electric power virtual coloring’ technology             Energy management system which
 actualizes total home energy management.                  integrates HEMS,BEMS,EV
                                                           PV(27000 kW)Use of heat and
                                                           unused energy
                                                           4000 Smart houses, 2000 EVs

                                                                  Toyota City
                                                     (Toyota City. Toyota, Chubu Electric , Toho
                                                       Gas, Toshiba, Mitsubishi Heavy, Denso,
             Kitakyushu-City                                    Sharp, Fujitsu, etc.)
(Kitakyushu City, Fuji Electric , GE, IBM, Nippon    CO2▲20% :houses,▲40%:transportation
        Steel) CO2▲50%(from 2005)                   Use of heat and unused energy as well as
Real-time management in 70 companies and           electricity
200 houses                                          Demand response with more than 70
Energy management by HEMS, BEMS                    home
Energy system which integrates demand-side           3100EV, V2H, V2G
management and high energy system.                                                                 51
            Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
        Partner



Tokyo gas
                                        MinatoMirai district



      Target; CO2▲30% by 2025
              (from 2004)
                                  Gas
  ○Energy management system
  which integrates HEMS,BEMS,EV
  ○PV(27000 kW)Use of heat
  and unused energy
  ○4000 Smart houses, 2000 EVs


                                                               52
              Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture
     Player




Target; CO2▲20% :houses,
         ▲40%:transportation
○Use of heat and unused
                                        上挙母駅
energy as well as electricity
○Demand response with
more than 70 home、V2H, V2G
                                土橋駅
○Low-carbon transportation
system 3100 EV                                 Smart house

                                  EV
                                  V2H
                                                             53
                                  V2G
             Kansai Science City, Kyoto
 Player




                 (財)関西文化学術研究都市推進機構

                                     Keihanna Science City


Target; CO2▲20%:houses,
           ▲30%:transportation
           (from 2005)
○‘Smart tap’ which visualizes
energy consumption controls home
energy usage.
○‘Electric power virtual coloring’
technology actualizes total home
energy management.

                                     燃料              ヒートポンプ
                                     電池
                                                              54
   Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture
   Player




Target; CO2▲50%(from 2005)
○Real-time management in 70
companies and 200 houses
○Energy management by HEMS,
BEMS
○Energy system which
integrates demand-side
management and high energy
system.

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                              office   data center   store   school   home
NEW MEXICO-JAPAN DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
  Research will be carried out at five sites in the State of New Mexico.
  NEDO participates in research in Los Alamos and Albuquerque projects
  as well as collective research on the overall project.




                                                                                            ・ Data management
                                                                                            ・Cyber security
                                                                                            ・Evaluate effect of
                                                                                            Smart grid introduction


                                                  ・ Smart meter   ・ Wind farm
                                                  -Real time      demonstration    ・ μ-grid concept
                                                    pricing       ・Stable supply   in New Mexico
                                                  -Direct load      test with        State Univ.
                                                    control         power grid




 - Power storage demonstration - Demand response in
 - Home demand response          industrial or commercial
   demonstration                 buildings                                     New Energy and
                                                                                 Industrial Technology
                                                                               Development
                                                                                                                      56
                                                                               Organization
Japan’s Contributions
(Planned proposals)




                        57
JAPAN’S CONTRIBUTIONS (PLANNED PROPOSALS)

                JSCA(Secretariat : NEDO)

        International Standardization Working
                        Group
                  Transmission          Energy          Next
   Energy                                                           Communication
                        &            Management      Generation
  Storage                                                             Interface
                  Distribution          System       Automobile
Sub-Working                                         Sub-Working      Sub-Working
                   Sub-Working       Sub-Working
   Group                                               Group            Group
                      Group              Group

SCADA for        WASA               CEMS            Quick charger
Batteries                                           connector
                 Power Control      BEMS            (Proposed)
Interface of     System on PV
Battery                                             Quick charger
System             To be proposed soon              unit design
                                                    (Proposed)
            Feed back and Feed forward of results
            of R&D and Test bed projects                                            58
Thank you very much.

    nakanishi-hironori@meti.go.jp




                                    59
OVERVIEW OF SMART GRID ACTIVITIES IN KOREA
 Mr. KIM
 Director General
 Korean Bureau of Knowledge Industry Standards,
 Korean Agency for Technology & Standards (KATS)

                                                   60
CONTENTS



     I     Introduction of KATS

     II    Smart Grid Roadmap

     III   “Jeju Island” Test-Bed


     IV    Smart Grid Standardization Activities




                                                   61
I. INTRODUCTION OF KATS

1. About KATS
 Rooted in the National Constitution of the Republic of Korea
 National Standardization Body for ISO & IEC, APLAC/ILAC MRA Signatory,
  WTO/TBT Enquiry Point
 127-Year History(since 1883)

2. Mission
 Establishment of National Standards & Conformity System
 - Develop & Disseminate KS, Operate Accreditation bodies, Establish Legal Metrology System

 International Cooperation
 - Coordinate and Participate in International Standardization Activities

 Product Safety Control
 - Safety for Industrial Products, Electrical Appliances

 Support for Technology Innovation
 - Certification of New Excellent Product, New Excellent Technology, Good Recycled Product,
   Excellent Service Quality Enterprises, Good Software
                                                                                              62
I. INTRODUCTION OF KATS

3. Organization




            …                                                             …

                  …….     • Development of Standardization Policy
                                                                    …….
                          • Coordination of Standardization
                          Activities                                      63
II. SMART GRID ROADMAP

1. Concept of Korea Smart Grid Roadmap

 (U.S.) Based on Components of Existing Power Grid
   - 7 Domains (Generation - Transmission - Distribution - Customer – Market - Operation
  - Service)
 (KOREA) Based on Business Areas
   - 5 Domains (Power Grid - Consumer - Transport – Renewable - Service)
                     Power
                     Plant
                                          Renewable
                                           Energy
            Power
           Network
              IT                    Factory

                             Real-time        Electric
                              Pricing         Vehicle
                                              Chargin
        Ho                                       g
                 Smart
        me       Home
                                   Building


                < KOREA >                                       < U.S. >
                                                                                      64
II. SMART GRID ROADMAP

2. New Business Opportunities from Korea Smart Grid Platform

                                                        - Renewable Energy
        - Energy Control Equipment                        Generation / Marketing                     - Battery Rent / Replacement
        - Energy Use Service / Consulting               - Power Storage Equipment                    - Used Battery Marketing
        - Intelligent Home Appliances /                 - Micro Grid System                          - Electric Vehicles Remodeling
          Digital Appliances                              Development                                - Complex Personal Service Linked to
        - Building Energy Efficiency                      ………                                          Communication
          Interior                                                                                   - Electric Vehicles charging
          ………                                                                                          ………

                                                         Smart Grid Platform
                                                                                                                   - Power Wholesale / Retail
                                              Smart               Smart                   Smart                      / Resale
                                                                                                                   - Reserve Power Marketing
                                            Consumer            Renewable               Transport                  - Energy Financial Product
                                                                                                                     Development &
- Power System Vehicles                                                                                              Investment
  Control Equipment                                      Smart Electric Service                                    - Total Power Information
- Transmission /                                                                                                     Service
  Transformation                                                                                                      ………
  Intellectualization Equipment
- Smart Distribution Equipment                              Smart Power Grid
- DC Distribution / Application
  Equipment
  ………
                                                  Convergence of existing technologies


                                             Electric   Heavy Electric   Information      Home
                                             Power       Machinery       Technology      Appliance
                                             Vehicles   Construction       Energy      Communication
                                                                                                                                            65
II. SMART GRID ROADMAP
3. Vision & Goals by Phase

     Vision         Low Carbon Green Growth through Smart Grid Development




                                                                                              World‟s First
                                                                                              Nationwide SG
                                                           Consumer-centric
                                                           Metropolitan Area SG                       2030
                             World Class SG
                             Pilot City                               2020
                                       2012

              Smart        • Smart Power Grid based       • Urban Smart Power Grid           • Nationwide Smart
              Power Grid     Technology Development         Development                        Power Grid Operation

              Smart        • AMI based Technology         • AMI based System                 • AMI based Automatic
              Consumer       Development                    Establishment                      Power Trading
              Smart        • Pilot City Charging Infra    • V2G and VPP Technology           • EV and Charging Service
              Transport      Development                    Acquisition                        Generalization
                           • Smart Renewable Generation                                      • Large Scale Smart
              Smart                                       • Smart Renewable Generation
                             Platform Development &                                            Renewable Generation
              Renewable                                     Linking Technology Acquisition
                             Demonstration                                                     Supply Infra Development
                           • RTP & Real-Time
              Smart
                           Demand                         • Smart Power Trading              • Integrated Power Trading
              Electric                                                                                                    66
                             Responsive Operating           System Development                 and Service Development
              Service
                             System Development
III. “JEJU” ISLAND TEST-BED
1. Plan                                                              2. Why Jeju?


           Final Completion                                                          Independent
                                                                     Abundant         Power Grid
             of the Project                                          Renewable                         Island with World
                                                                      Sources                          Natural Heritages
                                                         Phase III



                                   '11.6
                      • Initiate Integrated Operation
                       (Connect TOC with                                                     Seoul
                      each Consortia)                    Phase II


                                        We are here !!                           227 miles
                   '09.12
                      • Selected Participating Consortia
                        for Demonstration Project

                                                         Phase I
'08.12
         • Initiated Test-Bed                                                             Gujwa-eup in Jeju
                                                                                  (Area : 2,001 ft2, Households : 6,000)
                                                                                                                      67
III. “JEJU” ISLAND TEST-BED
 3. Consortia Participating in Jeju Test-Bed

 • Total : 207 Companies                 Smart Consumer
 • Investment : USD 231.8 M




                                        (96 Companies, USD 96.9 M)
      Smart Transport                                                      Smart Renewable




     (42 Companies, USD 48 M)                                             (28 Companies, USD 40.7 M)



                    Smart Power Grid                     Smart Electric Service



                   (13 Companies, USD 29.8 M)              (28 Companies, USD 16.4 M)                  68
IV. SMART GRID STANDARDIZATION ACTIVITIES

1. Legal Base : Smart Grid Stimulation Act(„10.12)

   Background
     Institute a foundation to ensure stability of Smart Grid commercialization
     Transcend current ordinance and institutional constraints
        - Current regulation on “Electricity Enterprise Act” restricts business convergence
          between electricity and IT
     Advocate converged business and infrastructure between electricity and IT


   Major items to be included in Act
     R&D support (Article 10)
     Incentive to participating companies for Smart Grid (Article 14)
       Selection of Smart Grid city (Article 18)
       Technology verification and standardization (Article 15, 17)
       Accumulation of personal information for Smart Grid (Article 22)
       Ensuring information security for Smart Grid (Article 26)
                                                                                              69
IV. SMART GRID STANDARDIZATION ACTIVITIES

2. Standard Development Process




                                            70
IV. SMART GRID STANDARDIZATION ACTIVITIES

3. Smart Grid Standardization Forum(„10.6)

  • Total : 170 Committee members
   - Academia : 15(9%), - Industry : 107(63%)
   - Institute : 36(21%), - Other : 12(7%)              Management Board


                                                                                    Secretariat
                                                                           (Korea Smart Grid Association)


 Committee

               Policy            Smart                Smart          Smart             Smart               Smart
                               Consumer             Transport      Renewable         Power Grid       Electric Service
 Working
  Group
                            • Smart Meter        • Charging      • Generation Source
           • Roadmap        • DR                                 • Transformation
                                                 • ICT
                            • Renewable          • Test &        • SRMS
                            • Transport          certification   • Storage Device
                            • Interoperability                   • Interoperability
                                                                 • Connection




                                                                                                                    71
IV. SMART GRID STANDARDIZATION ACTIVITIES

4. International Cooperation with Leading Partners
 Ensuring Global Interoperability of Smart Grid Technologies and Standards


 - Participate in SGIP & IEC/IEEE/JTC 1 WGs

 - Operate „Joint Forum‟ with NIST

 - Host „Joint Workshop‟ with IEEE

 - Host Biennial „Joint Workshop‟ with UTE

 - Host „Joint Workshop‟ with DKE

 - Cooperate in CJK-SITE(China, Japan, Korea)




                                                                              72
  2030 Nationwide Smart Grid Future
                                                                                                                    Whether forecast & Control of
                                                                                                                    power grid
       Electricity Market                                                                                           - Demand estimation of
                                                                                                                    electricity
       - power exchange using                                                                                                                                Satellite
       various                                                                                                       based on whether prediction

        renewable energy sources                                                                                    - State Monitoring
                                                                                                                                                      Micro Grid
       and
                                                                                                                                                      -Operation of Micro Grid
        storage system
                                                                                                                                                        based on renewable
       - CO2 emission trading
       scheme                                                                                                                                           energy sources and
        - Hub of the Northeast Asia                                                                                                                     storage system
       in                                                                                                                                             - Expansion of
            power transmission                                                                                                                        Consumer‟s
                                                                                                                                                        options to use energy


                                                                                      Total Operation Center                                        Micro Grid
   Smart Home/Building
                                                                                                                                                            Micro Grid based on
   - Intelligent control of                                                          Integrated Operation of
                                                                                     total power grid                                                       Local Area
    Energy consumption
   in                                                                                - Analysis and prediction of    Demand
                                            LAN                                                                      Response
                                                                                      power demands
    buildings through
   AMI                                                                                - Interconnection between
                                                                                                                                              Storage
                                                                                                                                                                  Main Grid
                                                                                     - consumption and supply
    Bi-directional energy                                                            sources                                                              Large Scale Energy
   trading                                                                                                 WAN                                            Generation cluster
   -Zero Energy house                                                                                                                                     - Renewable energy
                                                                                                                                                          sources
                                                                       Charging Station                                                                    such as wind, solar, etc
              Energy Display
                                                                                            self recovery                          Wind
                                                                                            system for stable
Smart                          Micro        Electric Vehicles
Appliance                      Generator                                   Electric Ship    supply


               Home Server
                                                    Electric Vehicle                                                             Solar Power Generation    Fuel Cell
                                         Smart Meter - Commercial vehicles and coastal ship
Load Switch                    Gas/Water                                                                                Sensor
                               Meter                 operated by electricity.
            Smart Thermostat                        - Easy access to EV charging services
                                                    - New business on battery disposal and                                                                                      73
                                                     recharging
THANK YOU
   AHN CHONG IL
CIAHN@KATS.GO.KR
 +82-2-509-7294


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QUESTIONS
 Mark Klerer
 SGIP Plenary Vice-Chair




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