Active PAR

P1547.10

Recommended Practice for Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Gateway Platforms

This document defines recommended specifications for a Distributed Energy Resources (DER) gateway platform in grid applications across various domains. A description of DER gateway implementation options (local or distributed platform, for legacy or intelligent DERs) is included. Gateway platform functions and communications, including operational procedures and data collection recommendations are described. Recommended procedures for cybersecurity, centralized manageability, monitoring, grid edge intelligence and control, multiple entities management, error detection and mitigation, events tracking and notification, communication protocol translation, and communication network performance monitoring are also described.

Sponsor Committee
BOG/SC21 - Distributed Generation, Energy Storage and Interoperability Standards Committee
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Joint Sponsors
COM/PLC
PE/PSRCC
PE/PSCC
PE/EDPG
PE/T&D
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2022-05-13

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE SA Board of Governors
Sponsor Committee
BOG/SC21 - Distributed Generation, Energy Storage and Interoperability Standards Committee
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Working Group
P1547.10 DER GP WG - P1547.10, Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Gateway Platforms Working Group
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Michael Kipness
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Working Group Chair
Abrez Mondal

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