Network Management


SC 8C Scope

Standardization in the field of network management in interconnected electric power systems with different time horizons including design, planning, market integration, operation and control.

SC 8C covers issues such as resilience, reliability, security, stability in transmission-level networks (generally with voltage 100kV or above) and also the impact of distribution level resources on the interconnected power system, e.g. conventional or aggregated Demand Side Resources (DSR) procured from markets.

SC 8C develops normative deliverables/guidelines/technical reports such as:

- Terms and definitions in area of network management,

- Guidelines for network design, planning, operation, control, and market integration

- Contingency criteria, classification, countermeasures, and controller response, as a basis of technical requirements for reliability, adequacy, security, stability and resilience analysis,

- Functional and technical requirements for network operation management systems, stability control systems, etc.

- Technical profiling of reserve products from DSRs for effective market integration.

- Technical requirements of wide-area operation, such as balancing reserve sharing, emergency power wheeling.

Further information

SC 8C Officers