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Subject: Groups - UCAIug OpenSG OpenADR Task Force -OpenADR 1.0 Service Definition - Common (OpenSG OpenADR SD - Common r0.91.doc) modified

Description expanded to acknowledge the role of CIM Standards in the
development of this work.
 -- Bruce Bartell

Information about the document named UCAIug OpenSG OpenADR Task Force
-OpenADR 1.0 Service Definition - Common (OpenSG OpenADR SD - Common
r0.91.doc) has been modified by Bruce Bartell.

Document Description:
The Open Smart Grid Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) is an
industry-led initiative under the Open Smart Grid (OpenSG) subcommittee
within the UCA International Users Group (UCAIug).  The OpenADR Task Force
defines systems requirements, policies and principles, best practices, and
services, required for business and data requirements for standardizing
control and pricing signals for Demand Response (DR) and Distributed Energy
Resources (DER) as part of the Smart Grid implementation. OpenADR, as an
open user group forum, is developing a set of utility-ratified requirements
and specifications for utilities and 3rd Parties to adopt and implement. 
The end-state of this effort will contribute to the development of open and
interoperable Demand Response solutions.
The OpenADR Service Definition is based on the functional requirements,
architectural principles and patterns, common information requirements
defined in the OpenADR 1.0 System Requirements Specification, and CIM
Standards as defined in the IEC 61968 and 61970. In addition to providing
industry solutions, the goal is to contribute to the development of
international standards based on this work; in particular, the IEC 61968

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