Customer Owned Telemetry for Utility Interconnection of DERs

By ASE Kalkitech MarCom Webinar Recording

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has mandated that DERs (Distributed Energy Resources) above 1MW send telemetry data to the host utility over the IEEE 2030.5 protocol. IEEE 2030.5 is a secure, scalable, and consumer-friendly application-layer protocol built upon standard Internet protocols and recommended by the IEEE 1547 standard for interconnection and interoperability of DERs with associated electric power systems interfaces.

ASE has over 40 years of experience with SCADA/Utility Communications and Protocol Gateways. We have worked with PG&E to build a rugged and secure Low-Cost Customer Owner Telemetry System that meets the requirements of the CPUC. Our system includes the following:
– Zero Trust Security
– TPM and Secure Boot
– Secure Remote Management and Remote Access
– Support for SunSpec Modbus, IEEE 2030.5, DNP3, IEC 61850, MQTT, and many more protocols to integrate with utility systems

In this webinar, we will discuss in detail the following topics:
– The ASE’s Direct Connect Low-Cost Telemetry Gateway
– The ASE Remote Monitoring and Management Platform
– Management, Engineering, Configuration, and Security Features
– Implementation and Commissioning

We hope you will join us for this informative webinar to learn more about ASE’s Low-Cost Customer Owned Telemetry System and how it can help you comply with CPUC regulations.

This webinar is free to attend. Register now to secure your spot.