Register for our FREE “Introduction to IEEE 2030.5” webinar!

Whether you’re looking for a refresher course or are seeking a high-level understanding of the IEEE 2030.5 protocol, you need to attend QualityLogic’s August 26 smart energy webinar. This live broadcast will feature QualityLogic’s Senior VP of engineering, Steve Kang, and will introduce you to the basic concepts of IEEE 2030.5. After the main session, Steve will also be answering questions about IEEE 2030.5 and how it can most effectively be used by utilities, vendors, and smart energy consultants. Steve will also be providing a demonstration of the QualityLogic test tools – a vital component in getting certified.

When: August 26, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m (PDT)
Where: Webinar Details Will Be Emailed to Registrants
Cost: Free


IEEE 2030.5 Background:

  • Smart Grid Landscape
  • 2030.5 Purpose
  • CSIP’s guide to Rule 21

IEEE 2030.5 Introduction

  • Open Standards
  • Discovery process
  • Function Sets/Categories
  • Servers and Clients

Road to CSIP Certification

  • Training
  • Test Tools
  • 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. Steve has been involved with IEEE 2030.5 since 2010 and has taught hundreds of people around the globe on IEEE 2030.5. He has played a key role in assisting many companies in understanding CSIP requirements, CALSSA Testing Pathway, and Phase 3, Functions 2 and 3, and helping companies on their road to getting certified. Steve holds an MS in computer science from USC and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School.

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Steve Kang
Senior VP of Engineering @ QualityLogic



QualityLogic is the first SunSpec Authorized Test Software Provider, playing an integral role in the testing and development of IEEE 2030.5/CSIP communication products.

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