Join Us For Our Popular Online IEEE 2030.5 Workshop!
We’re kicking off our 2022 training with a public option of our IEEE 2030.5 workshop. This virtual workshop will be interactive and is taught live by Steve Kang, Sr. VP of Engineering at QualityLogic and one of the leading experts on 2030.5/CSIP/Rule 21.
This three-day virtual workshop will provide you with a solid and practical technical understanding of IEEE 2030.5 and CSIP. It will also teach you how to overcome the issues that IEEE 2030.5 implementation and testing presents.
We’ve also lowered the price for this training course in 2022 to just $1,295, so register today!
Date: March 1-3, 2022
Time: 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (Pacific Standard Time, US)
- Session 1 – Background
- Session 2 – IEEE 2030.5 Introduction
- Session 3 – Function Sets and Categories
- Session 4 – Support and Common Resources
- Session 5 – Smart Energy Function Sets
- Session 6 – CA Rule 21/CSIP Overview
- Session 7 – CSIP Fundamentals
- Session 8 – CSIP & IEEE 2030.5
- Session 9 – CSIP Utility / Aggregator
- Session 10 – Aggregator Operations
- Session 11 – DER Event Scenarios
- Session 12 – Meter Data, Status, and Alarms
- Session 13 – Global 2030.5 Usage and Adoption
- Session 14 – IEEE 1547.1 Interoperability Using 2030.5
- Session 15 – QualityLogic Test Tools
- Session 16 – Conformance and Certification
Meet Your Instructor
Steve Kang is a leading technical expert on IEEE 2030.5 and CA Rule 21 based Common Smart Inverter Profile (CSIP) implementation guide. He has been involved with IEEE 2030.5 since 2010 and has taught hundreds of people around the globe on IEEE 2030.5 and CSIP since 2013. He has been actively contributing to the IEEE 2030.5, CSIP, EV, and Metering specifications and was one of the main contributors to the SunSpec CSIP Test Procedures. He holds an MS in computer science from USC and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School.
Steve did an amazing job presenting this in a professional manner while keeping it light hearted and encouraging. We had a lot of questions that probably seemed like simple issues to him, but he took the time to explain in detail every solution. (And time to verify we understood!)David Koll, Sr Project Engineer, UL