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					   April 2011                                                   doc.: IEEE 802.11-11/0506r0


                   Smart Grid ad hoc – April 2011
Name                 Company          Address                  Phone             email
Bruce Kraemer        Marvell          5488 Marvell Lane,       +1-321-751-3988   bkraemer@marvell.com
                                      Santa Clara, CA, 95054



                Date: 20 April 2011

            Abstract:
            1 – SGIP
            Previous material
            2- P2030
            3- Australian Smart Metering
            4- UK Consultation
            5-NIST PAP#2 Status


   Submission                                 Slide 1                            Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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Submission   Slide 2                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                             Newest Information
•       Standards Catalog Process and Structure: After many months of collaboration with
        SGIP members, the SGIP Plenary Leadership team, the Governing Board, the Bylaws
        and Operating Procedures Working Group (BOPWG), and the Intellectual Property
        Rights Working Group (IPRWG), this document will be voted on by the Governing
        Board following the comment period.

•       PAP 18 Proposal for SEP 1 to SEP 2 Transition and Coexistence: During last week’s
        Governing Board meeting in the Nashville F2F, the GB determined that there was an
        immediate need to create a Priority Action Plan (PAP) that focuses on developing
        specific requirements that must be met to allow for the coexistence of the ZigBee
        Alliance SEP 1.x and 2.0 and to support the migration of 1.x implementations to 2.0.
        This proposal was created and the membership briefed at the Plenary meeting last week
        in Nashville, was forwarded to Governing Board members, and will be voted on by the
        Governing Board following the comment period.

    •     BOPWG - Proposed Changes to the SGIP Bylaws: Posting date: April 13, 2011




Submission                                     Slide 3                         Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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             Three documents open for comment

 • http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-
   sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/SGIPGBDocumentsUnder
   Review




Submission                  Slide 4                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                        PAP#2
 • Calls every two weeks – details on NIST Twiki

 • Version 1 of paper up for board vote

 • Primary activity is developing propagation models

 • Rewrite of Section 4 per our proposal pending




Submission                 Slide 5                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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Sponsor Ballot group formed in February

Initial Sponsor Ballot
Opened: Wednesday March 9 2011
Closes: Friday April 08 2011
Ballot passed – going into comment resolution
  • http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/scc21/2030/2030_index.html

  Submission                      Slide 6                 Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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 • Australia has issued a call for candidates for their
   Smart Metering HAN
 • Responses from 802 should be provided
       – Probably best from individual WG, e.g 802.11, 802.15, 802.16

       – http://share.aemo.com.au/smartmetering/default.aspx




Submission                          Slide 7                    Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                                Australian HAN RFI
 •    The schedule for the RFI is as follows:
 •    20 December 2010        Issue the RFI to standards organisations
 •    21 January 2011         Standards organisations to register their participation via email
 •    31 January 2011         Closing date for questions
 •    11 February 2011        Submissions due date
 •    14 to 25 February 2011 Preparation of initial evaluation and first draft of review to be sent to the BRWG
 •    28 February 2011        Issue RFI draft evaluation to the BRWG
 •    8-9 March 2011          First BRWG workshop review
 •    10-18 March 2011        BRWG's HAN Technical Group work (as required)
 •    5-6 April 2011          Final BRWG workshop review
 •    12 April 2011          Submission of the RFI report and Smart Metering Infrastructure Functionality Specification
      Change Control to the NSSC
 •    20 April 2011           NSSC meeting
 •    May 2011                Issue HAN interface standard report to the MCE's SCO



             http://share.aemo.com.au/smartmetering/Pages/BRWG.aspx
Submission                                                  Slide 8                                    Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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Smart Metering Implementation Programme: prospectus status

Consultation has closed
Government’s response published March 30
Overview (64p)

http://www.decc.gov.uk/Media/viewfile.ashx?FilePath=Consultations/smart-meter-imp-
prospectus/1475-smart-metering-imp-response-
overview.pdf&filetype=4&minwidth=true

Plus 8 other documents
http://www.decc.gov.uk/en/content/cms/consultations/consultations.aspx
    Submission                         Slide 9                   Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                                UK Web Cover Story
A crucial step in delivering the UK’s energy security and low carbon future was taken today with the
    publication of the Government’s plans for the national rollout of smart meters.

Alongside the Government’s response to the Smart Meters Prospectus consultation, DECC has set out the
    overall strategy and timetable for the installation of 53 million smart meters in 30 million homes and
    businesses across Great Britain, estimated to have a net benefit to the nation of £7.3 billion over the next
    twenty years.

Smart meters will deliver a range of benefits to consumers, energy suppliers and networks providing real time
   information on energy consumption to help control energy use, save money and reduce emissions.

Speaking ahead of his visit today to a technology expo at the SmartLIFE training centre in
    Cambridge, Secretary of State Chris Huhne said:

"In combination with our plans to reform the electricity market and introduce the Green Deal for home and
    businesses, the rollout of smart meters will help us keep the lights on while reducing emissions and
    getting the best possible deal for the consumer."

Read the press notice in full
Government response to the Smart Meters Prospectus consultation
Find out more about DECC's Smart Meters programme
Written ministerial statement by Charles Hendry


http://www.decc.gov.uk/en/content/consultations/consultations.aspx
    Submission                                        Slide 10                             Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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 5. Smart Metering Communications and Data Management
Key Government conclusions

  DCC should be created as a new licensed entity, responsible for the procurement and contract management of data
   and communications services that will underpin the end-to-end smart metering system. The Government will run
   a competitive application process for the DCC licence.

  The scope of DCC‟s activities and services should be limited initially to those functions that are essential for the
    effective transfer of smart metering data, including secure communications, access control, scheduled data
    retrieval and translation services (where necessary). DCC should, at a later date, take on the role of meter
    point/supplier registration service provider.

  Suppliers in the smaller non-domestic sector should not be obliged to use the services of DCC for meters with smart
    functionality, but may elect to do so. This position will be kept under review.

  DCC should be responsible for procuring the necessary equipment and services to provide WAN communications,
   including the WAN module.

  The Government will initiate procurement of service provider contracts in parallel with the DCC licence
    applications process in order to deliver the early establishment of DCC's services.

  DCC should be required to adopt communications contracts associated with compliant meters installed before its
   services are available, subject to these contracts meeting pre-defined criteria. There should be a limit on the
   number of contracts that DCC would guarantee to accept, subject to the adoption criteria being met.
    http://www.decc.gov.uk/Media/viewfile.ashx?FilePath=Consultations/smart-meter-imp-prospectus/1475-
                   smart-metering-imp-response-overview.pdf&filetype=4&minwidth=true
    Submission                                            Slide 11                              Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                UK Supporting Documents
• Consultation responses are available on the Ofgem website.
• Impact Assessment: Smart meter rollout for the domestic sector Size: [528
  KB] File Type: [.pdf]
• Impact Assessment: Smart meter rollout for the small and medium non-
  domestic sector Size: [375 KB] File Type: [.pdf]
• Data access & privacy - Smart Metering Implementation Programme Size:
  [526 KB] File Type: [.pdf]
• Roll-out strategy - Smart Metering Implementation Programme Size: [952
  KB] File Type: [.pdf]
• Design requirements - Smart Metering Implementation Programme Size:
  [685 KB] File Type: [.pdf]
• Design requirement: Annex - Functional catalogue - Smart Metering
  Implementation Programme Size: [873 KB] File Type: [.pdf]
• Central communications and data management - Smart Metering
  Implementation Programme Size: [603 KB] File Type: [.pdf]
• Implementation plan - Smart Metering Implementation Programme Size:
  [561 KB] File Type: [.pdf]
   Submission                       Slide 12                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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•    SGIP Governing Board Moves Forward on Key Efforts to Advance Interoperability Standards
     Framework
•     Nashville, TN -- The Governing Board of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) today took steps
     that will accelerate progress toward the long-term goal of an interoperable Smart Grid. The Board’s
     actions relate to the SGIP’s process for identifying and publicizing interoperable standards, as well as
     the creation of a new Priority Action Plan related to home area networks. In addition, the Governing
     Board continued to coordinate and strengthen relationships with other standards-related organizations
     in both the United States and around the world.
•    Since the SGIP’s formal establishment in November 2010, the Governing Board has been building an
     organizational structure and consensus-based process for the SGIP that will enable the Smart Grid’s
     many diverse stakeholders to identify, review, and coordinate interoperable standards. Now that several
     standards are nearing completion of that consensus-based process, the Governing Board discussed a
     draft document that describes the Catalog of Standards (CoS) process, including its purpose, scope,
     procedures, and management.
•    The CoS will serve as a compendium of standards, practices, and guidelines considered relevant for the
     development and deployment of a robust and interoperable Smart Grid. It is anticipated that the catalog
     will eventually contain hundreds of standards, recommended practices, and guidelines. The CoS will
     provide a key—but not exclusive—source of input to the NIST process for coordinating the development
     of a framework of protocols and model standards for an interoperable Smart Grid. The extensive
     information included for each entry will also be a very useful resource to utilities, manufacturers,
     regulators, consumers, and other Smart Grid stakeholders. The draft document will be posted online
     next week (http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-sggrid). Following a comment period of 10 business days, the
     Board will vote on the acceptance of the procedures described in the document.


    Submission                                     Slide 13                            Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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              New SGIP PAPs – Start up Pending
• Proposed Priority Action Plans
• Pages that contain proposed Priority Action Plans are listed here:
• PAP18SEP1To2TransitionAndCoexistence : This is a proposed PAP for
  resolving remaining issues in migrating SEP1.x to SEP2.0
• PAPXXCommonSemanticModel: A Common Semantic Model for the
  SGIP
• PAPYYBottomUpCIM61850: Possible Next Effort: Bottom-Up CIM-
  61850 Cross-Modeling
• PAPZZAMISecurityRequirements: Standardized security requirements
  for advanced metering infrastructure
• PAPMS: Joining together MultiSpeak® and IEC 61968 through
  modeling.


 Submission                     Slide 14                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                SGIP Meeting Plans
Topic          Date                   Time
SGIP Board            May 12                   1 – 4pm ET
SGIP Plenary          May 26                   1 – 3pm ET




  Submission               Slide 15                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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  Abstract:
  This work area investigates the strengths, weaknesses, capabilities, and
  constraints of existing and emerging standards-based physical media for
  wireless communications. The approach is to work with the appropriate
  standard development organizations (SDOs) to determine the characteristics of
  each technology for Smart Grid application areas and types. Results are used to
  assess the appropriateness of wireless communications technologies for meeting
  Smart Grid applications.


             http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/PAP02Wireless

Submission                                       Slide 16                           Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                       NIST Timeline (Anticipated)
       July 28, 2010              Draft 0.5
     August 4, 2010               Call for Input to Section 6
 September 15, 2010               End of draft 0.5 review period
September 16, 2010                   SGIP face-to-face, St Louis
                                     Tentative PAP 2 meeting
September 30, 2010                  Release of draft 0.6

  October 29, 2010                End of draft 0.6 review period

November 4, 2010                   OpenSG + PAP2 meeting, Fort Lauderdale

December 3, 2010                          Extended edit period

January 15, 2011                  Release of Version 1

                                          Continuation of project to extend findings

? June/July 2011 ?                Release of Version 2


  Submission                       Slide 17                        Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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              Priority Action Plan for
              Wireless communications
                      (PAP#2)

Current primary task is to qualify a propagation model
that can be used for metering applications

This task will extend to at least one more call

Next proposed task will be to work on the Matrix material




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                                                     Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                        Next PAP 2 meetings
 • Next face-to-face meeting
       – SGIP meeting July 12-14, Montreal Canada
       – Logistics available here:
             • http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/SGIPCalendar
 • PAP 2 conference call schedule




Submission                               Slide 19                     Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                 Subscription to NIST PAP#2

•   To see the complete NIST Priority Action Plan list go here:
•   http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-
    sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/PriorityActionPlans#Individual_PAP_Lists



•   To subscribe to PAP#2 mailing list go here:
•   http://www.smartgridlistserv.org/cgi/wa.exe?SUBED1=SGIP-PAP02WG&A=1




    Submission                        Slide 20                  Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                            Deliverables
Paper & Matrix
1. Identify and fully define all necessary terminology (mesh, etc.)
2. Come up with sane metric definitions for Section 4
3. Come up with guidelines for filling out the wireless technologies matrix to
   make sure entries are comparable across technologies
   – This includes a selection of high priority, fully described “operating
       points” representing deployment scenarios
4. Come up with dates for submissions for column entries for the matrix
   and appoint coordinators for each technology represented in the matrix
5. Submit results to the PAP2 reflector and announce a comment period
6. Directly solicit SDO participation and schedule SDO calls to discuss
   submissions and comments on all of the above
7. Discuss & adjust the deliverables content using OpenSG as the venue and
   a proxy for the utility industry


  Submission                        Slide 21                 Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                     References

 • Previous major submission package to NIST
 • Doc 1396
 • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/10/11-10-1396-03-
   0000-smart-grid-summary-input-to-pap-2-report-nov-
   2010.ppt
 • And therein:




Submission                 Slide 22                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                     OpenSG
 • SharePoint Documents

 • http://osgug.ucaiug.org/UtiliComm/Shared%20Docum
   ents/Forms/AllItems.aspx




Submission                Slide 23                Bruce Kraemer, Marvell
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                PAP#2 Version 1

 • Version 1.0 released Jan 13, 2011
 • http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-
   sggrid/pub/SmartGrid/PAP02Objective3/NIST_PAP2_
   Guidelines_for_Assessing_Wireless_Standards_for_Sm
   art_Grid_Applications_1.0.pdf




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