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Monday, December 8
 

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

2:30pm PST

Distributed Renewals, Generation, and Storage (DRGS) General and DRGS Subgroup A - Roadmap
Chair Al Hefner, NIST
The role of SGIP DRGS in coordinating interoperable Generation and Storage standards across Transmission, Distribution, Microgrid, and Customer domains will be described. The framework of standards for generation and storage will be reviewed, and DRGS activities for coordinating interoperable standards for generators and storage will be described, including interoperability of information, interconnection and test standards, as well as coordination with other aspects such as regulatory considerations and weather information models.  The role of the DRGS roadmap subgroup in coordinating a long term sustainable standards development vision and process and in coordinating with standards development for a wide range of devices and systems will be reviewed. Plans and recent activities of the roadmap subgroup such as coordination with the IEC standards roadmap effort will be described. The session will conclude with an open discussion of how DRGS and SGIP in general can contribute to and benefit from this road mapping process.   

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

4:00pm PST

SGAC Architecture Development Working Party (AWP)

Chair: Ron Cunningham. The SGAC via AWP is currently working on vetting and identifying voids in a set of architectural entities (e.g. actors, services) to help form a common set of vocabulary for use in future business use case, conceptual/logical architecture, and standards development. This effort includes categorizing these entities as to architectural hierarchy levels (conceptual, logical, physical) along with mapping them to the smart grid domains and SGAM zones.  AWP also continues to work with other industry and international groups in clarifying and extending architectural frameworks and associated models. This meeting will refine the set of actors/roles to ensure consistency and completeness with US and international standards.


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

8:00am PST

9:00am PST

Executive Committee (EC)
Tuesday December 9, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am PST
Williamette

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
 
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