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Monday, December 8
 

12:30pm PST

Business & Policy (BnP) DEWG / PAP-20: Green Button ESPI Evolution

Chair: David Wollman. 

The BnP DEWG assists both business decision-makers and regulatory policy-makers to develop informed policies advancing Smart Grid interoperability objectives. This in-person meeting will include updates regarding recent BnP activities, notable regulatory proceedings and other policy developments. These updates will include summaries of recent activities related to Transactive Energy and notable regulatory initiatives in at state commissions including New York, California, Texas and other states. Updates will also include highlights from the recent NARUC Annual Meetings and special guests from the local energy community. 

Monday December 8, 2014 12:30pm - 2:00pm PST
Rogue

12:30pm PST

Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) DEWG and PAP-22: EV submetering
Chair Sunil Chhaya, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) - V2G DEWG clarifies PEV business objectives and prioritizes corresponding PEV-grid interactions. It identifies the service interfaces and standards needed (syntax and semantics of information transfer, service interface protocols, cross-cutting issues, business and policy level). Currently it sponsors PAP 22, EV Fueling Submetering Requirements. This meeting will discuss advanced use case scenarios.

Monday December 8, 2014 12:30pm - 2:00pm PST
Deschutes

12:30pm PST

Distributed Renewals Generation & Storage (DRGS) Subgroup D - DER Interconnect & Subgroup F - Test Standards
Chair: Al Hefner, NIST

The role of SGIP DRGS and PAP 7 in coordinating development of interoperable standards for DER Interconnection and Testing will be reviewed. The use of DER interconnection standards and need for advancement due to rapidly increasing DER penetration and inverter functionality will be presented, and an update will be given on ongoing and completed DER interconnection standards projects. The Use Case development needed to define operation and information exchange related to these new standards will also be introduced. The accelerating development of interconnection standards also requires corresponding development of specifications for conformance tests, implementation, and interoperability. The landscape of current practices for DER test and implementation will be reviewed, and an update will be given on ongoing test and implementation standards and codes development projects.  The session will conclude with an open discussion of how the interrelation of interconnection, testing and implementation standards and codes may change in response to the transition to high penetration of DER and increase use of power-electronic (e.g., smart inverter) interconnection equipment.

 

Monday December 8, 2014 12:30pm - 2:00pm PST
Williamette

4:00pm PST

PAP-21: Weather Information

Chair: Martin Burns, NIST.  We have made substantial progress on two key use cases – “Approaching Storm to Microgrid” and “A storm is coming through a city”. We will discuss these two Use Cases in Portland. Each Use Case demands the integration and analysis of weather/environmental/climate data from multiple sources and across domains. In addition we will begin to discuss a mapping spreadsheet that compares the key weather standards based on the data groupings of Analogs, CodedValues, Phenomena, Metadata, Alerts, and Geometry. The Use Cases along with the mapping spreadsheet, when complete, will provide the basis of the requirements output of the PAP.


Monday December 8, 2014 4:00pm - 5:30pm PST
Deschutes

4:00pm PST

PAP-25: Harmonized Financial Data

Learn how SGIP and XBRL US are harmonizing data to promote interoperability with construction and financial service industries for their development of improved systems, products and services specifically tailored to the energy industry and for building the nation’s Smart Grid with interoperability.

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, which created of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel, was intended to promote the creation of new energy sources by exploring ways to promote interoperability and best practices for transitioning the nation’s energy infrastructure into an open buyers and sellers marketplace.  A Smart Grid where entrepreneurial stakeholders of any size could develop new energy generation facilities and related products and services with the confidence established by SGIP standards.

When the Green Button data standard was first introduced by SGIP only a handful of applications existed that could utilize the “Data Set” to provide users with information that could improve their energy usage.  Now there are almost 70, each enabled by the SGIP standardized Green Button Data Set. 

Originally referred to as the “Next Green Button Data Set” PAP25 was inspired by the number and variety of innovative applications made possible by SGIP formally establishing the “Green Button Data Set” for energy usage data. 

PAP25 seeks to replicate that SGIP success in promoting interoperability, innovation and competition by establishing SGIP Data Sets for building energy related facilities, utilizing XBRL.

Attendees will learn:

What is XBRL, and what is a Taxonomy.

How can publicly traded utilities that have already been mandated to implement the XBRL data standard for reporting to the SEC use that IT investment beyond just corporate financial reporting.

How SGIP/XBRL Data Sets are being established by the XBRL-CET working group, and what the potential is for energy related activities.

Examples will be an energy related construction company “Work on Hand” Data Set and CALISO Queue Report Data Set in XBRL that are interoperable with project developers, utilities, regulatory agencies, lenders, insurance and surety companies.

How the Data Sets can potentially harmonize with other standards like AcordXML for insurance, agcXML for construction and IEP XML for solar.

How SGIP/XBRL and PAP25 can help secure compliance with the DATA Act for those entities that receive federal funding.

How SGIP/XBRL and PAP25 are engaging in a national discussion for a Smart Grid where entrepreneurial stakeholders of any size could develop new energy generation facilities and related products and services with the confidence established by SGIP standards.

Presenters:

K. Dixon Wright, Senior Vice President, Surety Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, Inc.

Jonathan Previtali, Vice President, Environmental Finance, Wells Fargo Bank N A

Christopher G. Irwin, DOE Lead – Federal Green Button Team Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, US Department of Energy

David Wollman, Deputy Director, Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical System Program Office National Institute of Standards and Technology

John Nunneley, SGIP Board Member

Duane Gabor, Alliances and Business Development, Intuit

 Fuad Rahman, Ph.D., Founder and CEO, Apurba Technologies

 Steve Burnett, Lead Partner in XBRL Initiative for Construction, GALLINA LLP

 Gregory W. Davenport, ‎Sr. Vice President, Operations and Strategy, Liberty Mutual

 Mark Atkins, Surety, ACE Professional Risk


Monday December 8, 2014 4:00pm - 5:30pm PST
Salmon
 
Tuesday, December 9
 

8:00am PST

Building to Grid/Industry to Grid Joint Work Group (B2G/I2G) DEWGs and PAP-17: Facility Smart Grid Information Standard

Chair: David Holmberg, Vice-chair: Dave Hardin. B2G DEWG examines issues which enable commercial buildings to participate in energy markets and perform effective energy conservation and management.  I2G DEWG addresses interaction between the grid and industrial facilities, including power generation.  This joint meeting will include an update on U.S. and international standardization for SGIP standards (FSGIM, Energy Interoperation, OpenADR and SEP), review of the update SGIP Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Roadmap, discussion of a TE Roadmap, and discussion of Energy/Water/Environment issues within the C&I industry. 


Tuesday December 9, 2014 8:00am - 10:00am PST
Deschutes

8:00am PST

Requirements meeting for Proposed Smart Sensor PAP
Smart sensors are expected to become ubiquitous as the Smart Grid builds out in order to enable the resiliency, reliability, and capacity necessary to manage the unprecedented number of variable renewable energy sources and millions of intelligent devices and systems. This session will focus on a Priority Action Plan proposal to address present and future needs for Smart Grid sensors, and to look at the requirements for them. 

Tuesday December 9, 2014 8:00am - 10:00am PST
Salmon

10:30am PST

Distributed Renewals Generation & Storage (DRGS) Subgroup C - Microgrids and Hierarchical Distributed Control / PAP-24: Microgrids

Chair: James Reilly. This group addresses the full range of issues that define microgrids within the power delivery system. This meeting will discuss these issues in the context of the DRGS and the new Microgrid PAP-24. The agenda will focus on the interaction of the microgrid with the distribution utility, information exchange and standards.


Tuesday December 9, 2014 10:30am - 12:30pm PST
Rogue

10:30am PST

PAP-23: IEC 61850 Test Profile

Chair: Erich Gunther. PAP-23: IEC 61850 testing profiles will hold a working meeting to continue the technical work of the group that is underway. A brief introduction will be provided at the start of the session for new attendees to help encourage their engagement and participation moving forward. The main focus of the meeting will be in the review and update of the preliminary Basic Application Profile (BAP) template that has been created along with the high level requirements for distribution feeder measurement.


Tuesday December 9, 2014 10:30am - 12:30pm PST
Williamette