- Feb 1, 2021 9:21 pm GMT
The North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) has scheduled a kickoff meeting for February 25th to launch a standards development initiative to create Distributed Energy Resource (DER) data element definitions and usage guidelines regarding the exchange of information between controlling entities, e.g., Market and Grid Operator (ISO/RTO), Distribution Providers, Utilities, DER Aggregators and other stakeholders. The following deliverables are in-scope for this initiative, which will be developed under the Wholesale Electric Quadrant (WEQ) Business Practices Subcommittee (BPS):
- Develop business practices that define an index/registry for qualified energy storage resources and distributed energy resources participating in the wholesale markets
- Develop business practices for information and reporting requirements for the qualified energy storage resources and distributed energy resources participating in the wholesale markets
- Develop business practices to establish performance metrics for the qualified energy storage resources and distributed energy resources participating in the wholesale markets
Parties with an interest in DER data communication standards that could address some requirements of FERC Order 841 and Order 2222 DER, may want to attend this NAESB BPS kickoff meeting on 2/25/2021 to learn more about the initiative. Interested parties should send an email to the NAESB office for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to working with you on this very important standards development initiative.
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