The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) on Monday, Nov. 13, will release a draft comprehensive requirements document for distributed energy resources management systems (DERMS) and welcomes review and comments from industry participants.
To create the DERMS requirements document, SEPA began working with a utilities-only working group in January 2016. Co-led by representatives from Southern California Edison, Duke Energy and ComEd, the working group convened as a means of ensuring utilities reduced their risks of procuring a system that falls short of their operational requirements. In addition, these requirements will inform and guide industry solution providers in their own product development efforts.
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