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Smart Grids Task Force

Smart Grids Task Force

The Smart Grids Task Force was set up by the European Commission in 2009 to advise on issues related to smart grid deployment and development. It consists of five Expert Groups who focus on specific areas. Their work helps shape EU smart grid policies.

The Task Force also welcomes any new stakeholder currently not represented to contact DG Energy should they be interested in participating.

Mission and Work Programme

Steering committee meetings

The minutes, presentations, and agendas of the Task Force's steering committee meetings.

Steering Committee members

Expert Group 1 – Smart grid standards

In 2015 this expert group undertook an investigation on the interoperability, standards and functionalities applied in the large scale roll-outs of smart metering in EU Member States.

The main findings are summarised in this report : and its accompanying Annexes that include the respective survey results and the individual country responses to the questionnaire

Based on the work of this expert group, the European Commission has issued mandates to European Standardisation Organisations (ESOs)- CEN, CENELEC and ETSI - to develop and update technical standards:

To work on mandate M/490 , the Smart Grid Coordination Group (SG-CG) was set-up in July 2011. In 2012 the SG-CG produced the following reports: Sustainable Processes , First Set of Consistent Standards , Reference Architecture , information security and data privacy and Framework Document .

In 2014 the group produced the following reports: Extended Set of Standards support Smart Grids deployment ; Overview Methodology , General Market Market Model Development , Smart Grid Architecture Model User Manual and Flexibility Management ; Smart Grid Interoperability and its tool; Smart Grid Information Security

Expert Group 2 – Regulatory recommendations for privacy, data protection and cyber-security in the smart grid environment

Expert Group 3 – Regulatory recommendations for smart grid deployment

Smart Grids Task Force (SGTF), Workshop on Smart homes and buildings, Brussels 26 April 2016
EG3 Workshop on Demand Response and Self Consumption, Brussels 2 March 2016

 

 

Expert Group 4 – Smart grid infrastructure deployment

Energy Infrastructure

Information request for smart grid projects that aimed to be included in the EU's projects of common interest (PCI) under the draft regulation on guidelines for trans-European energy infrastructure:

Telecommunications Infrastructure

Telecommunications issues covered by Expert Group 4

Expert Group 5 – Implementation of smart grid industrial policy

Earlier work

Expert Group work for 2010/2011

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