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  1. Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 IEEEICT and the Environment Dr. W. Charlton Adams, President, IEEE Standards Association

  2. IEEE Activities in Green Technologies

  3. IEEE-SA Green Standards Projects • IEEE 1609 Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments • IEEE P1888: Ubiquitous Green Community Control Protocol • IEEE P802.3az: Energy Efficient Ethernet • IEEE 1680 series EPEAT® (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) • IEEE SCC 40 Standards Study Group on Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Management • IEEE 1621 Interface requirements for power control of electronic products • IEEE 1547 Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems • IEEE P1595, Standard for Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Emission Credits from Small Hydro; Wind Power; Baseline Projects; and Grid

  4. Vehicular Standards: Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments The family of 1609 standards addresses the 5.9 GHz spectrum allocated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for public safety in the vehicular environment. • IEEE 1609.1™, Standard for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE)—Resource Manager • IEEE 1609.2™, Standard for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments —Security Services for Applications & Management Messages • IEEE 1609.3™, Standard for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE) —Networking Services • IEEE 1609.4™, Standard for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE) —Multi-Channel Operation • IEEE P1609.5™, Standard for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE)—Communication Manager

  5. IEEE P1888 Standard for Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network Protocol Internet BAS CAS OAS Energy Measurement Green Home Energy Management IB Energy Monitoring UGCCNet Protocol Remote education, shopping, business e-community Sensor Network Health Care Environment Monitoring Life Safety Air Quality, HVAC T/H control Fire alarm, snowstorm and emergency alarm Safety & Security

  6. IEEE 802.3az • IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet • Project scope: The proposed standard will include a symmetric protocol to facilitate transition to and from lower power consumption in response to changes in network demand. The transition will not cause loss of link as observed by higher layer protocols. The project will also specify PHY enhancements as required for a selected subset of PHY types to improve energy efficiency. • Project purpose: Most Ethernet links have significant periods of low utilization or no utilization for application data traffic. This project will take advantage of this to provide energy savings in the PHY and enable energy savings in the system which will deliver reduction in total cost of operation. http://ieee802.org/3/az/index.html

  7. IEEE 1680 Series • Electronic product environmental assessment (EPEAT®) • Original Publication IEEE 1680-2006, IEEE Standard for Environmental Assessment of Personal Computer Products, including Laptop Personal Computers, Desktop Personal Computers, and Personal Computer Monitors • Being revised to split into: • Umbrella standard IEEE P1680 Standard for Environmental Assessment of Electronic Products • P1680.1 for Standard for Environmental Assessment of Personal Computer Products, Including Notebook Personal Computers, Desktop Personal Computers, and Personal Computer Displays • P1680.2 Imaging Equipment (PAR under development) • P1680.3 Television (PAR under development) • Future plans according to 2007 roadmap include servers and mobile devices http://www.epeat.net/StandardsDevelopment.aspx

  8. SCC 40 Standards Study Group on Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Management • 4 subgroups (3 launched – biweekly or weekly meetings via teleconference/ web meetings) http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/earthobservationsSCC/studygroup.html • Goal: 1 or more PARs for submission to September Standards Board approval by 31 July.

  9. Energy Efficiency Project ™ • IEEE 1621 Standard for User Interface Elements in Power Control of Electronic Devices Employed in Office/Consumer Environments • EnergyStar program requirements for computers • Addresses user interface requirements • Focus on consistent and intuitive power controls across all electronic devices

  10. IEEE SCC21 1547 Series of Interconnection Standards IEEE Std 1547TM (2003) Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems P1547.6Draft Recommended Practice for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems Distribution Secondary Networks Guide for Impacts – 2009 start P1547.4Draft Guide for Design, Operation, and Integration of Distributed Resource Island Systems with Electric Power Systems Guide For Interconnection System Certification IEEE Std 1547.3™(2007) Guide for Monitoring, Information Exchange and Control of DR Interconnected with EPS IEEE Std 1547.1™ (2005) Standard for Conformance Test Procedures for Equipment Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems IEEE Std 1547.2™ (2009) Application Guide for IEEE 1547 Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems P1547.5 Draft Technical Guidelines for Interconnection of Electric Power Sources Greater Than 10 MVA to the Power Transmission Grid (publication year in parentheses; P1547.X are under development; other topics are under consideration by SCC21 work group members) DP Specifications & Performance (includes modeling)

  11. IEEE & Greenhouse Gas Emission • IEEE P1595, Standard for Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Emission Credits from Small Hydro; Wind Power; and Grid Baseline Projects • The Standard is intended to cover the measurement and quantification of CO2 reductions for emissions credits for specific renewable generation projects in the electricity supply industry, namely Wind Power and Small Hydro. This requires a "cradle to grave" project life-cycle approach and also the consideration of the Grid Base-line conditions to assess the reduction in emissions from the grid generation displaced by the "clean" power and energy from the project.