Join us for our popular IEEE 2030.5 workshop – live and online!
With the current travel restrictions in place, QualityLogic is now offering our IEEE 2030.5 workshop as an online course. This workshop will be presented live and you will interact with a leading expert on 2030.5/CSIP/Rule 21. We will cover all the same information presented in our two-day in-person workshop. Plus, we’ve added information on CALSSA Testing Pathway and Phase 3 Functions 2 & 3 Testing.
Online April 29, 30, and May 1 at 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PDT.
While the certification dates have been pushed to June 22, 2020, any smart inverters or gateways to utilities for communicating with them still must be certified to the CA Rule 21 CSIP requirements. Time is running out if your products are subject to these requirements.
Implementing IEEE 2030.5 isn’t simple. Our analysis shows that 18 (out of 30) IEEE 2030.5 Function Sets will need to be implemented to satisfy the Common Smart Inverter Profile (CSIP) for CA Rule 21.
Our three-day online interactive workshop will teach you how to overcome the issues that IEEE 2030.5 implementation presents. It will also provide you with a solid and practical technical understanding of IEEE 2030.5 and CSIP.
This three-day workshop is only $1,695, but if you register by April 22nd, you’ll save $200!
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 and CSIP 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 Kang was an excellent instructor. He covered all the relevant material in an engaging manner, while also allowing time for us to have design discussions for 2030.5 implementation."Arvind Simhadri with PG&E’s DERMS Team
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 Communications
Session 8 – CSIP Basic Functions
Session 9 – CSIP & IEEE 2030.5
Session 10 – CSIP Utility/Aggregator
Session 11 – Aggregator Operations
Session 12 – DER Event Scenarios
Session 13 – Meter Data, Status and Alarms
Session 14 – CSIP End to End Workflow
Session 15 – QualityLogic Test Tools
Session 16 – Conformance and Certification