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Monday, December 8
 

10:00am PST

Transmission & Distribution (TnD) DEWG
Chair: Jerry Fitzpatrick, NIST - TnD strives to create unprecedented robustness and resilience to grid instabilities and disturbances for improved reliability and improve power quality to meet customer needs and enable ready access for distributed generators to the grid.  The discussions will cover the need for an SGIP “Catalog of Interoperability” that lists organizations, certifications, and trademarks that will give an assurance of interoperability; a Smart Grid sensors PAP proposal; the development of messages for the Transmission Bus Load Model which is being developed by Nokhum Markushevich and defines information sharing between transmission energy management systems and all of the aggregated loads and resources in connected distribution systems; and adding applications and equipment to the list of standards relevant to TnD in the SGIP Catalog of Standards for improved search capability.

Monday December 8, 2014 10:00am - 11:30am PST
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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
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2:30pm PST

Home to Grid (H2G) DEWG

Chair: Ken Wacks, Home, Building & Utility Systems

The H2G DEWG will work on developing the following white papers:"Home Nanogrids Meet Smart Grids," "Smart Grid System Stability with Broadcast Communications," "Smart Grid System Security for Broadcast Communications," and "Economic Value of the Integration of Consumption Preferences in Electric System Planning."  The group will extend the recently completed white paper, "Barriers to Responsive Appliances at Scale," to adapting home appliances for load following and frequency regulation for short-term demand response to accommodate distributed energy resources.

 

The group will update the status of H2G DEWG candidates for the SGIP Catalog of Standards candidates and will review enhancements to the series of ANSI/CEA-2045 standards, "Modular Communications Interface for Energy Management."  A liaison report on the SGIP Electromagnetic Interoperability Issues Working Group (EMIIWG) and any additional help requested from the H2G DEWG.  H2G will consider a proposal for data aggregation methodology and the impact on data privacy.


Monday December 8, 2014 2:30pm - 4:00pm PST
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4:00pm PST

Technical Committee

Chair: John Caskey, Vice Chair: Steve Widergren - TC is responsible for providing the strategic direction for the SGIP technical activities. In addition, the TC manages the creation, maintenance and execution of the entire PAP (Priority Action Plan) process, inclusion of documents in the COS (Catalog of Standards), the Program Management Office (PMO) functions and the operation of the Standing Member Committees and the Domain Expert Working Groups (DEWGs). The meeting will begin with the administrative portion of the TC meeting and then follow with a discussion of SGIP technical strategy, gaps and issues discussed by the SGIP Board. This session is open to all members.


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

8:00am PST

Smart Grid Implementation Methods Committee (SGIMC) with Duke Energy Speaking

“Standardization of a Utility Field Message Bus”

Stuart Laval, Manager, Technology Development, Duke Energy

Duke Energy has developed a “Distributed Intelligence Platform (DIP)”. It is equivalent to an Internet of Things (IoT) platform for the utility. The core of this reference architecture is an open API field message bus, which communicates with operations technology devices and systems in the distribution system, including legacy systems. The architecture enables peer-to-peer device communications at the “edges” of the distribution system, thus providing lower latency functionality. As part of its “Coalition of the Willing” program, Duke Energy has successfully tested the architecture’s functionality for the following smart grid use cases: solar smoothing, community energy storage, and voltage management. This case study presentation describes the DIP architecture, provides some use case results, and offers some interoperability “lessons learned” from the program to date.


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