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Interoperability Process Reference Manual (IPRM): Version 2.0
Rik Drummond (ed); Rolf Bienert (ed); Rudi Schubert (ed)
Taking a step closer to ensuring that new electrical devices will be ready to plug into the nation's next-generation power grid, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)'s Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) has outlined the process by which test laboratories and certifying organizations are accredited for evaluation of Smart Grid products. This update to the Interoperability Process Reference Manual is a major step forward from the manual's 1.0 version. Smart Grid technologies aim to transform the nation's aging electric power system into a network that integrates modern communication technologies with the power-delivery infrastructure. These changes will enable two-way flows of energy, communication and control capabilities. To render the countless devices that connect to the grid fully "interoperable" äóî able to work together seamlessly äóî hundreds of new standards are under development by the SGIP membership. Electrical devices äóî from the largest power generator to the smallest household appliance äóî will need to adhere to these standards if they are to function as desired. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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