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ETSI Standardization Activities on Smart Grids

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  1. ETSI Standardization Activities on Smart Grids Emmanuel Darmois ETSI Board Member

  2. Smart GridsETSI Strategic Directions • Building on the large ICT expertise of ETSI members • Smart Grids Standards Gap Analysis • From M2M to Smart Metering to Smart Grids • Bringing Smart Grids requirements to other standards fields • Wireless Networks, Security, … • Collaboration with all stakeholders in the SG ecosystem • European Standardization System (CEN, CENELEC, ETSI) • Regulators, in particular within EU • Standards Developing Organizations (ITU-T, NIST, …) and fora • Users • Research

  3. EU Policy Drivers • Sustainability: 20-20-20 targets • Reduction of CO2 emissions • Increased generation based on renewable sources and • Need to increase grid and consumption efficiency - decrease losses • Security of supply • Increase grid robustness and resilience • Integration of different generators (centralised and distributed) • Competitiveness and Internal Market development • Better management of supply and demand • New market opportunities and increased efficiency of the market • Empowerment of consumers All these challenges call for the restructuring of the grids, e.g.the structure of generation, market and the use of electricity

  4. European Standards Organizations European Committee for Standardization31 Members (NSB/NC of 27 EU Members + 3 EFTA countries + 1 EU applicant) European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization31 Members (NSB/NC of 27 EU Members +3 EFTA countries + 1 EU applicant) European Telecommunications Standards Institute700 ETSI member organizations from 60 countries worldwide “Recognized” by the European Union under Directive 98/34

  5. EU Smart Grid relatedMandates • EU Mandates • EU asks the 3 ESOs to work on a specific set of standards • Those interested accept and (co-)develop the program and output • Smart Metering Mandate (M/441) • Issued in March 2009 and accepted by CEN, CENELEC and ETSI • An ESOs Smart Metering Co-ordination Group (SM-CG) is in place • Charging of Electrical Vehicle Mandate (M/468) • Issued End of June 2010 and accepted by CEN, CENELEC and ETSI • Smart Grid Mandate (M/490) • Issued March 2nd 2011 and accepted by CEN, CENELEC and ETSI • Work officially started on June 1st, 2011; first expected results End 2012 5

  6. EU Mandate M/490Content • Objective • To develop or update a set of consistent standards within a common European framework integrating a variety of digital computing and communication technologies and electrical architectures, and associated processes and services, • that will achieve interoperability and will enable or facilitate the implementation in Europe of the different high level Smart Grid services and functionalities as defined by the Smart Grid Task Force • that will be flexible enough to accommodate future developments. • Scope • Building, Industry, Appliances and Home Automation are out of the scope of this mandate; however, their interfaceswith the Smart Grid and related services have to be treated under this mandate. • Interconnection to other mandated work • This mandated work will be co-ordinated with the outcomes of existing mandates M/441 and M/468 to ensure a coherent standardization framework (a bi-directional process).

  7. EU Mandate M/490Execution • Expected first delivery • Technical reference architecture • will be provided 9 months upon acceptance of the mandate. • First set of standards by 2012 • Considering the very wide scope of requests to be answered, CEN, CENELEC, ETSI will first produce a development prioritisation of all required standards within 2 months upon acceptance of the mandate. • Further a comprehensive work plan will be proposed to the Smart Grids Reference Group of the Smart Grid Task Force within 6 months upon acceptance of the mandate, for validation. • Sustainable standardization processes • A first set of Use Case management will be operational 9 months upon acceptance of the mandate. Hosting and processes will be in place. • Further iterations are planned

  8. Smart Grids Coordination Group Structure EC Level Smart Grid Coordination Group (former JWG) EC Reference Group Mandate Scope JWG Level Steering Committee coordination Further Tasks • Report 2.0 • Liaisons • Promotion M/441 M/468 First Set of Standards Team Process Team Architecture Team Security Team TC Level • NIST • JISC • China • Etc. New joint WGs Existing WGs New joint WGs Existing WGs New joint WGs Existing WGs New joint WGs Existing WGs ETSI contributions ETSI contributions ETSI Lead

  9. Highlight of Current Activities • EU Smart Grid mandate M/490 • accepted in March 2011 • coordinated in TC M2M • Analysis of impact of SG on M2M Architecture • linkage with M/468 "charging of Electric Vehicles" • linkage with M/462 "efficient energy use in fixed and mobile information and communication networks" • Smart Grids Coordination Group (SG-CG) • Active participation in all Work Groups • Leading the Reference Architecture WG

  10. Challenges • Definition of standardization frameworks that support evolution and maturation of Smart Grids applications during the decade long effort ahead. • Definition of "both ways" requirements, common visions and approaches between Power and ICT industries. • Interoperability of power and communication networks • Solutions to transversal issues: security, privacy, … • Harmonization of regional requirements into global standards wherever possible. All advocating for strong international collaborationbetween standards organizations across power and ICT industries

  11. Thank you for your attention