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  • CIM Development and GE Energy

    GEEnergy

    CIM USERS GROUP MEETINGMay 12-15, 2009Genval, Belgium

  • Anticipating the Challenges of Tomorrow

  • CIM from Utility Perspective

    Customer billing Demand management

    Performance visibility Remote control

    Asset protection Life extension

    Performance monitoring Control devices

    Operating efficiency System reliability

    Modular/standard Less cost, time, risk

    Customer Benefits Future Enablers

  • A superior data management technique

    Eliminates the need for developing and maintaining custom translators

    Allows tagging of equipment for asset management purposes

    A unified information exchange platform to enable advanced technologies

    Aligned with our business objectives & priorities

    CIM from Vendors Perspective

  • From Conceptualization to Implementation

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  • Inter-Operability Test (I.O.P) Comprehensive test procedures covering all areas of import/ export and validation

    Based on :CIM planning Network Model Exchange Profile for Steady State andShort Circuit

    Confirms to IEC 61970 standards

    ParticipantA

    ParticipantB

    CIM XML Import

    CIM XMLDoc 1

    ModelMaint

    System

    CIM XML Import

    ModelMaint

    System

    CIM XML Export

    CIM XMLDoc 2

    CIM XML Validator

    1

    1,4 2

    2

    3

    4

    5

    1,4 5

  • Test Number Import doc-1 Run PF sol-1 Import doc-2 Run PF sol-2 Compare sol-1, sol-2

    GE w/GE Planning Model P P Solved P w/SPTI export

    P -Solved solutions are within

    tolerance

    GE w/GE Planning Model P P Solved P w/GE export

    P -Solved solutions match

    GE w/SPTI Planning Model P P Solved P w/GE export

    P Solved solutions match

    GE w/SPTI Planning Model P P Solved P- w/SPTI export

    P Solved solutions are within

    tolerance

    SPTI w/GE Planning Model P P Solved P- w/SPTI export

    P - Solved solutions are within

    tolerance

    SPTI w/SPTI Planning Model

    P P Solved P w/SPTI export

    P Solved solutions match

    SPTI w/SPTI Planning Model

    P P Solved P w/GE export

    P Solved Solutions are within

    tolerance

    The 2008 Transmission Planning Interoperability Test The Power of the Common Information Model (CIM) to Exchange Power System Data 1018440 Final Report, March 2009

  • Bringing it TogetherM

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    (SCADA/EMS/DMS)

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    MARS(Multi Area Reliability Simulation)

  • Address issues identified based on the current IOP

    Actively participate in the development of the CIM standard for Dynamics

    Dynamics IOP currently scheduled for July 09

    Further develop translator for Planning-to-Planning data exchange and Dynamic data transfer as per CIM-UCTE profile

    Offer CIM as an integral part of GE Energy planning tools

    Next steps:

  • CIM Development and GE Energy

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