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Subject: Re: [oasis-charter-discuss] (energy-interop) What relationship toDOE OE?

Bob --

Energy Interoperation fits well with the Modern Grid Initiative from the DOE/OE; the Modern Grid work has a number of similarities with the work of the GridWise Architecture Council, with which this charter fits well.

Demand Response (DR, the last two letters of AutoDR, the TC's base specification) is very important to DOE and FERC in the broader context of the smarter grid, and helps (with proper aggregation) to enable treating of curtailment resources as (in effect) alternate generation resources.

I don't have all the references to hand right now, but there is definitely a relationship there as well as to the DR aspects of the NIST Smart Grid Standards Roadmap project, in progress.

Excellent point; the section 2 material should be updated to reflect this.


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Bob Stayton wrote:
018101c9c3ee$22aebec0$6400a8c0@pazu" type="cite">I read the proposed charter for the Energy Interoperation TC but I don't see any mention of the Department of Energy's Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability. That office received $4.5 billion from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. From their website:

"As outlined in the legislation, these funds are an investment in a nationwide plan to modernize the electric grid, enhance security of U.S. energy infrastructure and ensure reliable electricity delivery to meet growing demand. This represents a significant increase in the Department of Energy's investment in grid modernization and reflects a recognition that a more efficient and integrated grid is integral to achieving President Obama's goals to significantly increase the use of renewable energy resources and to improve the Nation's economic future."

Could someone clarify the relationship of the OASIS effort with this DOE office's activities to develop the smart grid? Is NIST the connection?

Bob Stayton
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