Smart Grid Overview
Extract of CEN-CENELEC-ETSI JWG report on standards for smart grids
Europe is committed to the 20-20-20 targets to reduce carbon emissions and to secure the energy supply. Energy efficiency and renewable energy are seen as key to reach this goal. Both measures call for changes in our energy supply system leading to smart grids as key enablers for the required innovation. To promote this transformation the European Commission has taken a number of actions including the mandate M490 on Smart Grid Standardization.
Smart Grid Definition
Extract of EC Task force for Smart Grids EG1 final report
A Smart Grid is an electricity network that can cost efficiently integrate the behaviour and actions of all users connected to it – generators, consumers and those that do both – in order to ensure economically efficient, sustainable power system with low losses and high levels of quality and security of supply and safety.
Though elements of smartness also exist in many parts of existing grids, the difference between a today's grid and a smart grid of the future is mainly the grid's capability to handle more complexity than today in an efficient and effective way.
European Mandate on Smart Grids (M490)
The Standardization Mandate on standards for smart grids is available here.
The objective of this mandate is to develop or update a set of consistent standards within a common European framework that integrates 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.
European Standards for Smart Grids
Standardization of smart grids is not "business as usual". The huge number of stakeholders, the necessary speed, the many international activities and the still changing solutions make it a difficult task for the European Standardization Organizations (ESO).
The three ESOs created a Joint Working Group (JWG), which produced a report that outlines Europe's standardization views in the area of smart grids, taking due account of existing global activities.
A summary of the report is available from this website which outlines the recommendations for smart grid standardization in Europe.
In response to the mandate the Joint Working Group (JWG) has been transformed into the Smart Grid Coordination Group (SG-CG) that will be the focal point for the standards development for M/490.
TC SmartM2M (Machine to Machine) has been named by the ETSI OCG as the lead ETSI TB for the coordination of ETSI's responses to the EC mandate on Smart Grids (M/490).
TC SmartM2M have opened a work item (DTR/M2M-00011 / TR 102 935) to study the impacts of Smart Grids on the M2M platform. It is expected to be published in early 2012.
Other groups have indicated their interest to respond to the mandate M490 on smart grids include:
The ISG OSG (Open Smart Grid Protocol) - now closed - has contributed to the work on Smart Grids in ETSI.
The following is a list of the latest published ETSI standards relative to Smart Grids. It includes some of the standards dedicated to ETSI's Smart Grid activity.
A full list of related standards in the public domain is accessible via the ETSI standards search. Via this interface you can also subscribe for alerts on updates of ETSI standards.
For work in progress see the ETSI Work Programme on the Portal.
TR 103 411
SmartM2M; Smart Appliances; SAREF extension investigation
TS 103 410-1
SmartM2M; Smart Appliances Extension to SAREF; Part 1: Energy Domain
TS 103 410-2
SmartM2M; Smart Appliances Extension to SAREF; Part 2: Environment Domain
TS 103 410-3
SmartM2M; Smart Appliances Extension to SAREF; Part 3: Building Domain
TS 104 001
Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP); Smart Metering/Smart Grid Communication Protocol
TS 103 424
Publicly Available Specification (PAS); Smart Machine-to-Machine communications (SmartM2M) Home Gateway Initiative RD036-Smart Home architecture and system requirements
TS 103 425
Publicly Available Specification (PAS); Smart Machine-to-Machine communications (SmartM2M) Home Gateway Initiative RD039-Requirements for Wireless Home Area Networks (WHANs) Supporting Smart Home Services
TS 103 426
Publicly Available Specification (PAS); Smart Machine-to-Machine communications (SmartM2M) Home Gateway Initiative RD048-HG Requirements For HGI Open Platform 2.1
TR 103 376
SmartM2M; IoT LSP use cases and standards gaps
TR 103 375
SmartM2M; IoT Standards landscape and future evolutions
TR 118 522
oneM2M; Continuation & integration of HGI Smart Home activities (oneM2M TR-0022 version 2.0.0)
TS 103 267
SmartM2M; Smart Appliances; Communication Framework
TS 103 264
SmartM2M; Smart Appliances; Reference Ontology and oneM2M Mapping
TR 103 118
Machine-to-Machine communications (M2M); Smart Energy Infrastructures security; Review of existing security measures and convergence investigations
TS 103 901
PowerLine Telecommunications (PLT); Coexistence of Narrow Band PLT technologies operating in the frequency bands 3kHz to 95 kHz, 95 kHz to 125 kHz and 125 kHz to 140 kHz; [IEEE Std 1901.2TM - 2013, IEEE Standard for Low-Frequency (less than 500 kHz) Narrowband Power Line Communications for Smart grid Applications, Section 10 Coexistence]
TR 103 290
Machine-to-Machine communications (M2M); Impact of Smart City Activity on IoT Environment
TS 103 315
SmartM2M; Machine-to-Machine communications (M2M); Interoperability Test Specification for ETSI M2M Primitives
TR 103 240
Powerline Telecommunications (PLT); Powerline communication recommendations for smart metering and home automation
TR 102 935
Machine-to-Machine communications (M2M); Applicability of M2M architecture to Smart Grid Networks; Impact of Smart Grids on M2M platform
GS OSG 001
Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP)