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IEEE 2030.5 DER Workshop

For those Planning to Meet CA Rule 21 Requirements

Our IEEE 2030.5 DER Workshop provides a practical and technical understanding to attendees on how to meet the CA Rule 21 IEEE 2030.5 requirements. This workshop will provide attendees with clarity and firm foundation to build, deploy or specify IEEE 2030.5 products for CA Rule 21 requirements.

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IEEE 2030.5 DER Training Workshop

CA Rule 21 mandated certification started June 22, 2020. If you are planning or starting to develop or test Common Smart Inverter Profile (CSIP) based DER systems, you can jump-start your efforts with QualityLogic’s in-depth technical training on IEEE 2030.5, CSIP and Rule 21 technical requirements. This workshop is the fastest way your team can gain the valuable technical understanding of the CA Rule 21 requirements for Smart Inverters, DER Management Systems, Aggregators, and other DER systems.

Workshop Overview

What You Will Learn

  • Conceptual and practical understanding of IEEE 2030.5
  • Technical walk-through of IEEE 2030.5 and its relationship to CA Rule 21
  • Overview of CA Common Smart Inverter Profile for IEEE 2030.5 (CSIP)
  • Protocol exchanges between DER Management System and DER clients (Aggregator, Smart Inverter, Facility EMS)
  • Aggregating DER with IEEE 2030.5
  • Technical foundation to start development of IEEE 2030.5 based DER devices
  • Certifying IEEE 2030.5 DER servers, devices and aggregator clients
  • Introduction to QualityLogic IEEE 2030.5 test tools

Workshops Offered as Private, Public, or Individual Basis

  • Private workshops dedicated to a single company’s staff
  • Public workshops open to teams from multiple companies
  • Virtual workshops are offered live via Microsoft Teams or Zoom and is spread over 3 days to fit your schedule
  • On-site training may be available on a case-by-case basis.
  • Other protocol training is also available from QualityLogic. Visit our smart energy training page for details.
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

IEEE 2030.5 Workshop Overview

As mentioned earlier, this workshop is available as a private online course via Zoom or Microsoft Teams, as a public course on a periodic basis, or as a pre-recorded video training. QualityLogic has offered IEEE 2030.5 courses since 2014 and have trained hundreds of engineers and companies. Contact us to learn more about the IEEE 2030.5 workshops.

Workshop Agenda

Day 1

  • Session 1 – Background
  • Session 2 – IEEE 2030.5 Introduction
  • Session 3 – Function Sets / Categories
  • Session 4 – Support and Common Resources
  • Session 5 – Smart Energy Function Sets

Day 2

  • Session 6 – Rule 21/CSIP Overview
  • Session 7 – CSIP Fundamentals
  • Session 8 – CSIP & IEEE 2030.5
  • Session 9 – CSIP Utility Server
  • Session 10 – Aggregator Operations

Day 3

  • Session 11 – DER Event Scenarios
  • Session 12 – Meter Data, Status, and Alarms
  • Session 13 – IEEE 2030.5 Usage and Adoption
  • Session 14 – SAE J3072 Profile and EV Standards
  • Session 15 – IEEE 1547.1 Interoperability Using 2030.5
  • Session 16 – Conformance and Certification

Ensure Success with IEEE 2030.5

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