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IEEE 1547.9-2022

IEEE Guide for Using IEEE Std 1547 for Interconnection of Energy Storage Distributed Energy Resources with Electric Power Systems

Application of IEEE Std 1547-2018 to the interconnection of energy storage distributed energy resources (ES DER) to electric power systems (EPSs) is described in this guide. Along with examples of such interconnection, guidance on prudent and technically sound approaches to these interconnections is also given. The guide's scope includes ES DER that are capable of exporting active power to an EPS. The guide also considers energy storage-related topics that are not currently addressed or fully covered in IEEE Std 1547-2018 and sets a basis for future development of industry best practices for ES DER-specific interconnection requirements that could be considered in future revisions of IEEE Std 1547.

Sponsor Committee
BOG/SC21 - Distributed Generation, Energy Storage and Interoperability Standards Committee
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Joint Sponsors
PE/ESSB
Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2022-03-24
Board Approval
2022-06-16
History
Published:
2022-08-05

Working Group Details

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IEEE SA Board of Governors
Sponsor Committee
BOG/SC21 - Distributed Generation, Energy Storage and Interoperability Standards Committee
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Working Group
P1547.9 WG - Guide for Interconnection of Energy Storage Distributed Energy Resources with Power Systems_p1547.9
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Michael Kipness
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Working Group Chair
James Mcdowall

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