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Under the background of vigorously promoting the development of low-carbon economy, smart electricity technology is rising rapidly in the world. At present, many countries and organizations have begun to carry out the research and standardization of smart electricity. In order to meet the needs of building smart electricity in China, the electrical industry has made a rapid response. The China Electrical Appliance Industry Association recently organized industry forces to launch relevant research work and put forward the idea of the construction of intelligent electrical equipment standardization system

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in view of the fact that the construction of smart electricity has become a global hot technology field, the international authoritative standardization organization IEC International Electrotechnical Commission has also made a rapid response and established the smart electricity strategy expert group (SG3), focusing on the research and construction of smart electricity standard system

in recent years, the emergence of the concept of smart electricity has attracted great attention from many countries, power enterprises, manufacturing enterprises and other aspects. However, n-tech, a world-renowned supplier of market research and industry analysis of advanced materials and smart materials, issued the 2015 (2) 020 color changing material market analysis report to implement smart power construction, which requires good planning and organization at the national and industrial levels, so as to ensure that smart power can carry out research and promote construction in an orderly and efficient manner

according to the data, the research on international standardization of smart electricity was launched at the end of 2008. At the 133rd meeting of the standardization authority (SMB) of the International Electrotechnical Commission in Sao Paulo, Brazil, it was proposed to establish a smart electricity strategy expert group to be responsible for formulating the smart electricity standardization framework and roadmap, including the agreements and model standards required for the interoperability of smart electrical equipment and systems that were first realized. Subsequently, in April, 2009, the first working group meeting was held in Paris, France, and IEC proposed to provide one-stop standardized services for global smart power construction

at present, the smart electricity strategy expert group is developing a smart electricity standardization framework

the actual situation shows that the United States is obviously in the forefront of the research and construction of smart electricity in the world

one of the top priorities of the Obama administration is to accelerate the research and construction of smart electricity. Through the U.S. recovery and Reinvestment Act fund, it provides a huge opportunity for the realization of smart electricity to start by leaps and bounds. In order to better meet the needs of the development of smart electricity, the National Institute of standards and Technology (NIST) launched a plan to accelerate the process

the newly established national intelligent power interoperability Coordination Office of the National Institute of standards and technology has significantly strengthened its leadership at the national level, focusing on managing its intelligent power resources to ensure success. In April, 2009, the new office launched a three-phase work plan to accelerate the development and promote the wide adoption of interoperability standards. In recent years, the Institute has begun to establish intelligent electrical interoperability, and has established field expert working groups (dewgs), with members from more than 100 organizations. Its research fields include power transmission and distribution, intelligent buildings, intelligent industry, etc

up to now, the National Institute of standards and technology of the United States has launched the intelligent electrical Interoperability Framework version 1.0, which puts forward the intelligent TV map and reference model, and determines 77 standards and 15 priority action plans, thus bridging the gap between the existing standards and the actual needs, and has conducted research on intelligent electrical interoperability

at the same time, the American Institute of electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is also vigorously promoting the development of smart electricity. Around the center of smart electricity research, three working groups have been established, namely, power engineering technology, information technology and communication technology. At present, all work has been started and relevant technology and standard research is being carried out. The working group has formulated its work objectives and expected results, and different groups have adopted different research routes. Some are making lists of terms, and some are breaking down technical systems

in terms of smart electricity research, Europe has built a technical platform

in Europe, at the first International Conference on renewable energy integration and distribution in 2004, industrial investors and research institutions put forward suggestions: establish a non incoming technology platform, so as to start planning the future development of European electricity. In 2005, the European technology platform for future smart electricity began to work. Therefore, rapid progress has been made. Its goal is to form the European electricity plan for the future 2020 and promote technological development. The scope of work of the platform is to improve the efficiency, safety and reliability of European transmission and distribution systems, eliminate the obstacles of large-scale integrated distribution and renewable energy, and meet the priority of intelligent energy network recommendations in FP7 project. Its goal is to develop a shared view and encourage multi-party participation; Identify research needs and support the increasing public and private research results in electricity; Planning ongoing research projects, as well as new European, national and regional transmission and distribution system projects; Give conclusions and suggestions for the next step of action, the realization of the strategic research agenda and the deployment plan

Research on starting equipment standardization in China

the research on intelligent electricity in China has just started, which also marks a good beginning for the development of intelligent electrical equipment in China

on April 24, 2009, Liu Zhenya, general manager of national power corporation, delivered a keynote speech at the stronger China and the United States outlook conference jointly organized by the Cambridge Energy Research Association and the American Energy Association, proposing the goal of building strong smart electricity with Chinese characteristics

with this goal in mind, State Grid Corporation of China set up the Ministry of smart electricity and began the research and construction of smart electricity, thus opening the prelude to the construction of smart electricity projects in China

it is noteworthy that as the organization of China's electrical industry, the China Electrical Appliance Industry Association is also making unremitting efforts in exploring the development path of smart electricity suitable for China's national conditions. In 2009, it began to carry out research on smart electricity, and has begun early research and standardization in wind power, solar power generation and other aspects, and has achieved many phased results. On this basis, the idea of standardization construction of intelligent electrical equipment in China's electrical industry is put forward

from March 26 to 27, 2009, the China Electrical Industry Association and the American Electrical Manufacturers Association held a Sino US Symposium on smart electricity standards and technology in Beijing. It can be said that this is a milestone for China Electrical Appliance Industry Association to start the research on smart electricity standardization

according to the analysis, intelligent electrical interoperability is the key to the construction of intelligent electrical systems. The interoperability between devices reflects the interoperability of countries, organizations and people, as well as the interoperability of business models. Therefore, an open organizational framework is a very important guarantee to ensure intelligent electrical interoperability

in order to promote the standardization of smart electrical equipment in China as soon as possible, build our "he Minghui explained the standard system of smart electrical equipment in China, and do a good job in the technical support of iec/smb/sg3 smart electrical strategy working group of the International Electrotechnical Commission. On November 10, 2009, the China Electrical Industry Association led the establishment of the intelligent electrical equipment standardization expert working group (sgee) in the electrical industry, which will promote the substantive participation of China's intelligent electrical equipment industry in international standardization. The expert working group adopts the form of all open work, carries out standardization work for intelligent electrical equipment involved in various professional fields of intelligent electricity, consults the opinions of the electrical industry and enterprises, and externally consults the suggestions and opinions of various professional standardization technical committees, scientific research institutions, enterprises and institutions on the standardization work route of intelligent electrical equipment

at present, the working group has determined its work priorities and objectives: it will focus on tracking the standardization trends of intelligent electrical equipment in the field of international standardization, and study and organize the standardization of intelligent electrical equipment in China's electrical industry. Coordinate and guide the research on smart electric standards and technology in all fields of the electrical industry, and provide strong organizational guarantee for all relevant units in the electrical industry, so as to promote the implementation and coordination of smart electric equipment standardization

the expert working group will carry out three main tasks: first, provide necessary technical guidance to promote the standardization of intelligent electrical equipment in various professional fields in the industry; Second, determine the necessary testing and certification requirements, and evaluate the interoperability of products that adopt smart electrical equipment standards; The third is to uniformly track the development of smart electrical equipment in the industry, inject impetus into smart electrical research, and display the research results in time

key words: what is smart electricity

smart electricity is an intelligent integration of all connected users' power networks, from generators to consumers, in order to effectively deliver sustainable, economic and safe power supply

smart electricity uses new products and services with technologies such as intelligent monitoring, control, communication and autonomous healing, which can better promote the interconnection and operation of power plants and technologies of all sizes; Make consumers play an important role in optimizing the operation of the system; Provide consumers with more power supply information and choices; Greatly reduce the impact of the environment on the entire power supply system: Send a more reliable and secure power supply

the implementation of smart electricity involves not only technology, market, business, environmental impact, policy framework, standard use of ICT (information and communication technology), transplantation policy, but also social needs and government decrees

extended reading: China determines the standardization framework of smart electrical equipment

the first expert group meeting of the expert working group on smart electrical equipment standardization in China's electrical industry (sgee) discussed and determined: the standardization framework of CNEEC smart electrical equipment is divided into three categories: Core, general and field, of which the core part includes communication and security, which is the focus of the whole standardization of smart electrical equipment; The general part includes EMC, equipment installation, product identification, identification, engineering, design, use cases, etc; The field includes power generation, transmission, distribution, operation, etc

the expert working group is headed by Fang Xiaoyan, vice president of China Electrical Industry Association, yaozhiqing, director of Xuchang relay Research Institute, and he Chun, director of China Cape electrical inspection and Research Institute, as the deputy leader. It is composed of 20 experts from professional standardization technical committees, scientific research institutes, enterprises and institutions

the expert working group itself does not directly formulate standards, but by organizing relevant units to determine use cases and clarify user needs in the process of studying smart electricity and smart electrical equipment, it puts forward suggestions for the standardization of smart electricity for all professional standardization committees affiliated to the electrical industry

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