NYSERDA ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF PROGRAM MANAGER AND UTILITY DATA ADVISOR TO DEVELOP AND SUPPORT INTEGRATED ENERGY DATA RESOURCES
- Oct 22, 2021 1:52 am GMT
The following information was released by the
Centralized Platform Will Facilitate Easier Analysis of Important Grid Insights to Help Determine Policy, Investment and Operational Decisions
The centralized platform provided by the IEDR is intended to facilitate easier analysis of important electric grid insights to help researchers, clean energy project developers and the public determine policy, investment, and operational decisions. Providing integrated energy customer and energy system data, such as customer rate plan, energy bill, interval usage, and location, system hosting capacity and network demand is expected to attract investment, enable analytics, help identify operational efficiencies, promote innovation, and encourage new business models, which will create value for customers and the States energy system. Todays announcement represents a significant step in advancing the IEDR, which was approved by the
Deloitte, a professional services organization providing consulting, advisory, risk management and audit tax services, was selected for a
Support the work of a Steering Committee comprised of
Assist NYSERDA in the ongoing development, implementation, and facilitation of a rigorous stakeholder engagement process to inform and guide all phases of the IEDR lifecycle, including support of
Identify and ensure delivery of a minimum of five use-cases for the IEDR system within 24 months. Use cases are high-priority ways in which the IEDR can be used to generate value and will be further defined as part of the stakeholder process.
Pecan Street, an energy and climate research and development organization was awarded
For those parties interested, the IEDR Implementation Plan [PDF] filed with the PSC on
Deloitte is proud to support the
The IEDR is expected to evolve to include a wide range of useful information and functions that may include weather, demographics, local government planning and zoning, building attributes, land attributes, property taxes, real estate values, locations of environmental justice areas, electric vehicle (EV) registrations, EV charger types and locations, EV charger loads, localized grid load-serving capacity, DER aggregations by operator, DER aggregations by grid service, and power quality measurements.
NYSERDA anticipates additional solicitations in early 2022 to add a solution architect and implementation contractor to the IEDR team. The Solution Architect will provide the information needed to specify the complete IEDR design requirements and be responsible for preparing a Preliminary Design Plan. The Implementation Contractor will be responsible for acquiring, configuring, building, deploying, integrating, and activating all components of the IEDR required to fulfill the prioritized use cases and in accordance with the IEDR design requirements.
NYSERDA will coordinate with other state agencies that will also have a role in implementing the IEDR, including DPS, the
LIPA, NYPA, and jurisdictional utilities will be sharing the initial development costs of the IEDR.
New York States nation-leading climate agenda is the most aggressive climate and clean energy initiative in the nation, calling for an orderly and just transition to clean energy that creates jobs and continues fostering a green economy as
NYSERDA, a public benefit corporation, offers objective information and analysis, innovative programs, technical expertise, and funding to help New Yorkers increase energy efficiency, save money, use renewable energy, and reduce reliance on fossil fuels. NYSERDA professionals work to protect the environment and create clean-energy jobs. NYSERDA has been developing partnerships to advance innovative energy solutions in
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