World : Global Energy Interconnection (GEI) Standard System Research(2018)

Global Energy Interconnection (GEI) Standard System Research(2018) report was released at the conference held on 28 to 29 March in Beijing, China.

GEI is a cross-border, cross-field and interdisciplinary giant system engineering, which imposes urgent demands on interconnectivity, mutual trust and interoperability of electric power systems and far beyond. Since 2016, in order to meet the future demand of GEI and lead the development of relevant industries, the Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO) has conducted research on GEI standard system. Based on the latest international research achievements, GEIDCO has formulated the GEI Standard System Research (2018) as a top-level design framework and technical guideline for GEI standard after soliciting opinions from experts of the industry.

This report sifts through a range of GEI standard researches conducted by International Standardization Organizations, cross-border institutions and the world’s major countries. In accordance with the principle of systemization, inheritance and openness, it conceives the overall framework architecture of the standard system of GEI encompassing a number of standards in 47 standard series from 13 technical fields in 4 specialized directions. For each technical field, the report uniformly categorizes standards into 3 groups, i.e., to be inherited, to be revised and to be formulated; produces a roadmap; and proposes key areas to take actions and standards with a priority as per importance and urgency of the standards.

Based on this report, GEIDCO will cooperate with various parties to advance the formulation and revision of relevant standards in support of advancing R&D, equipment manufacturing, project construction and operation management of GEI.


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