This working group is responsible for the P3001.x Power Systems Design series of standards, drawing from elements of the existing Gray, Red and White Books. These are: 3001.1 Recommended Practice for the Planning of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.2 Recommended Practice for Evaluating the Electrical Service Requirements of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.3 Recommended Practice for the Design of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.4 Recommended Practice for Estimating the Costs of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.5 Recommended Practice for the Application of Power Distribution Apparatus in Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.6 Recommended Practice for the Expansion, Modernization, and Rehabilitation of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.7 Recommended Practice for the Application of Communication and Signaling Systems used in Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.8 Recommended Practice for the Instrumentation and Metering of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems 3001.9 Recommended Practice for the Lighting of Industrial and Commercial Facilities 3001.10 Recommended Practice for Electric Space Conditioning of Industrial and Commercial Facilities 3001.11 Recommended Practice for the Application of Controllers and Automation to Industrial and Commercial Power Systems These new standards are part of a larger project to revise and reorganize the technical content of the 13 existing IEEE Color Books. Benefits of the project include, but are not limited to: 1) the elimination of duplicate material that now exists in the various color books, 2) the speeding up of the revision process by allowing Color Book content to be reviewed, edited and balloted in smaller segments, and 3) to accommodate more modern, efficient and cost effective physical publishing/distribution methodologies (i.e., the elimination of large and expensive to produce books). This recommended practice is likely to be of greatest value to the power-oriented engineer with limited experience with such requirements. It can also be an aid to all engineers responsible for the electrical design of industrial and commercial power systems.
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