International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

TC 57

Power systems management and associated information exchange

 

Detail

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Current

Status

Frcst Pub

Date

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Date

TC 57WG 16Mr Eric LambertPRVD2020-122023

History

Stage
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prePNW
2017-07-26 
PNW
57/1904/NP PDF file 1317 kB
2017-07-28 
PRVN
2017-10-202017-10
ACD
57/1938/RVN Word file 172 kB
PDF file 364 kB
2017-10-272018-01
CD
57/2027/CD
PDF file 1428 kB
2018-08-032018-01
PCC
2018-09-282018-09
A2CD
57/2055/CC PDF file 478 kB
Word file 177 kB
2018-10-262018-12
2CD
57/2087/CD
PDF file 1202 kB
2019-03-222018-12
PCC
2019-06-142019-06
ACDV
57/2148/CC PDF file 265 kB
Word file 92 kB
2019-10-042019-12
TCDV
2019-12-092020-01
CCDV
57/2171/CDV
PDF file 1558 kB
PDF file 1683 kB
2020-01-312020-01
PRVC
2020-04-242020-04
AFDIS
57/2228/RVC PDF file 373 kB
Word file 129 kB
2020-05-292020-06
DECFDIS
2020-06-082020-06
RFDIS
2020-06-162020-06
CFDIS
57/2266/FDIS
2020-09-042020-09
PRVD
2020-10-162020-10
APUB
 2020-10

Abstract

IEC 62325-451-10:2020 specifies a UML package for the Energy Consumption Data business process and its associated document contextual model, assembly model and XML schema for use within the European style electricity markets.
The relevant aggregate core components (ACCs) defined in IEC 62325-351 have been contextualised into aggregated business information entities (ABIEs) to satisfy the requirements of the European style market Energy Consumption Data business process.
The contextualised ABIEs have been assembled into the Energy Consumption Data document contextual model.
A related assembly model and an XML schema for the exchange of Energy Consumption information between market participants is automatically generated from the assembled document contextual model. The XML schema follows IEC Code Components management and copyright licensing

Project

IEC 62325-451-10 ED1

Framework for energy market communications - Part 451-10: Profiles for energy consumption data (“My Energy Data”)