Architecture Subgroup New York State Public Service Commission

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- Platform Technology Working Group. Ten Slide Outline. Overall REV/DSPP Scope and Roles. Framework - NIST . Smartgrid. Conceptual model. Relevance . of Architecture to REV/DSPP Scope & Goals. Identification of new values, gaps in technologies, standards and protocols. ID: 674639 Download Presentation

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Architecture Subgroup New York State Public Service Commission

- Platform Technology Working Group. Ten Slide Outline. Overall REV/DSPP Scope and Roles. Framework - NIST . Smartgrid. Conceptual model. Relevance . of Architecture to REV/DSPP Scope & Goals. Identification of new values, gaps in technologies, standards and protocols.

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Architecture Subgroup

New York State Public Service Commission

- Platform Technology Working Group

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Ten Slide Outline

Overall REV/DSPP Scope and Roles

Framework - NIST

Smartgrid Conceptual modelRelevance of Architecture to REV/DSPP Scope & GoalsIdentification of new values, gaps in technologies, standards and protocolsStandardization and interoperability starts with architecture – EDI analogy/exampleArchitecture describes the evolution of the DSPP boundary over timeArchitecture provides a common language and framework for all NY utilities and market playersIEEE 2030 base architectureIEEE P2030, why chosen after review of other architecture standardsDescribe the P2030 architectural layerOperating at the Conceptual Architecture level, not logical or physical

Initial Architecture WG Findings & Recommendations

What are the gaps – if any?

Do the architectural tools and technologies exist to implement the REV/DSPP?

What issues/trends/technologies should we be monitoring?

Continue WG efforts to flesh out architecture through use cases

6-18 month engagement while moving forward with implementation

What would a ‘phased’ implementation of architecture look like? What are the stage-1, near term architectural things that need done?

Initial

Architecture WG Recommendations

Use

case (Dynamic Electricity Production Forecasting, DEPF) Power Control layer

Use Case - DEPF Communications Layer

Use Case - DEPF Information Technology Layer

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REV/DSPP Scope and Roles

Fuel and resource diversity

System reliability

Reduced carbon emissionsGrid OperationsMarket OperationsNY ISODSPPCustomers“Wholesale” Energy and Capacity“Wholesale” Market AdministrationBasic and Value Added ServicesWide Area ViewBulk Operations

(115 kV and above)

“Wholesale” Ancillary Services

“Retail to Wholesale” Aggregation

Regional/Local View

T/D/

Microgrid

Ops

(115 kV and below)

“Retail” Market Administration

Central Generation Management

DER Management

Direct Access (Individuals)

3

rd

Party

Service Providers

“Premise” View

DER Operations

“Premise” or

Microgrid

Operations

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4

Framework - Smart Grid Conceptual Model (NIST &

SGiP

)

DSPP

Domain focus on the customer and service providers’ interactions in the context of electricity markets and operations within the Smart Grid distribution system (figure below).

Major DSPP Interfaces

Slide5

Relevance of Architecture to REV/DSPP

5

Slide6

IEEE 2030 base

architecture

Information Technology

Communications

Power Control

Security

Data

Integration

Covers all major areas of DSPP

NIST Compliant

National standard

Readily understood and accepted

IEEE

is open to

enhance as

it

matures

Most

practical to use within the time frame

.

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IEEE 2030 view of DSPP architecture

DSPP

3

rd

Party

Dist. Operator

Interface/Integration

Interface/Integration

Interface/Integration

Interface/Integration

Interface/Integration

Slide8

Architecture ‘Déjà vu’ – EDI Example

Electronic Data Interchange was a response to the need for multiple organizations to integrate around specific functionalities

EDI defines the data, security and integration standards within an architecture to facilitate a loosely-coupled business process

DSPP must define the data, security and integration standards within the IEEE 2030 architecture to facilitate a TIGHTLY-coupled business process

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Architecture Subgroup – Key Findings & Recommendations

Findings:

The data, security and integration complexity of a DSPP requires the rigor of a structured architecture

The IEEE 2030 architecture is sufficient to define current DSPP functionality and adaptable to incorporate future functionalityDSPP Use Cases must be documented within the architecture to surface technology, process, and standards gapsRecommendations:Complete IEEE 2030 architecture framework documentation and guidelines for governanceBegin cross-working group activity to document DSPP use casesCreate high level DSPP conceptual architecture with supporting technology, process, and standards references

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Use Case - Dynamic Electricity Production forecasting

Dynamic

electricity production forecasting is the calculation and forecasting of electricity

production from Distributed Energy Resources (DER). The forecasting is based on based on geography, forecasted fuel supply, solar isolation, wind speed and state of charge. The purpose of the forecasts would be to provide supply information to DSPP grid operations and planning, and to help set supply prices in the DSPP market.The next few slides paint a story of the DSPP in action with the use of a conceptual architecture. Please note this is only an example an is subject to change.

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cat

IT Layer

Next

Poll for Day Ahead ForecastCommand Issued to identify DER participationRequest for DER Geographic Location

Availability, Geo & Weather Combined

Combined DER Forecast Data Issued to Operations

Retail Market Clears DER Participation

IT36

DER Dispatch Checked for Security Constraints

Cleared DER Forecast Issued to Retail Market

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Use Case - Dynamic Electricity Production forecasting

Power

Layer

Slide13

Use Case - Dynamic Electricity Production forecasting

Comms

Layer

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Thank you for your attention!

John

Doe –

Working group leader detailsJob titleGroup / Region / Department XY Street 12312345 CityPhone: +49 (123) 45 67-890Fax: +49 (123) 45 67-890Mobile: +49 (123) 45 67 89 0E-mail:john.doe@XXXXX.com

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