QualityLogic Announces IEEE 2030.5 DER Workshop for Those Needing to Meet CA Rule 21 Requirements

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The two-day workshop, to be held February 28 – March 1 in Woodland Hills, CA, will focus on the fundamentals of developing IEEE 2030.5 implementations; the requirements for meeting CA Rule 21 for DER; and test and certification of IEEE 2030.5 server, aggregator and client implementations.

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We’ve been training development teams around the world on developing CA Rule 21 compliant implementations of IEEE 2030.5. We are pleased to offer another public workshop to help educate companies and individuals with practical and in depth understanding.

QualityLogic, a leader in smart grid protocol training and test tool development, announced today a public workshop for DERMS, smart inverter and DER aggregator developers implementing IEEE 2030.5. The two-day workshop, to be held February 28 – March 1 in Woodland Hills, CA, will focus on the fundamentals of developing IEEE 2030.5 implementations; the requirements for meeting CA Rule 21 for DER; and test and certification of IEEE 2030.5 server, aggregator and client implementations.

“We’ve been training development teams around the world on developing CA Rule 21 compliant implementations of IEEE 2030.5. We are pleased to offer another public workshop to help educate companies and individuals with practical and in depth understanding.” says Steve Kang, VP of Engineering and workshop instructor.

Feedback on the workshop has been very positive. Stephen S. of Errigal commented "The 2-day IEEE 2030.5 training course was perfect for understanding the technical details of the protocol as well as CA Rule 21 and the CSIP guidelines. Using the QualityLogic ad hoc test harnesses has also allowed use to start developing compliant software very rapidly."

The CA PUC has mandated certification of IEEE 2030.5 DER implementations by Q4 of 2018. The aggressive schedule doesn’t leave much time for manufacturers and service providers to develop conformant implementations. The DER Workshop will provide attendees with clarity and a firm foundation to build, certify, deploy, or specify IEEE 2030.5 products for CA Rule 21 requirements.

Registration for the DER Workshop is open. A $200 early bird discount is in effect prior to February 9, 2018 and special rates are available for government and education employees.

Please visit: http://bit.ly/DERwshop for more information and to sign up.

About QualityLogic

QualityLogic designs, develops, and sells smart grid test tools, training and support services, as well as advanced testing and consulting services. The Company has been delivering IEEE 2030.5 (SEP 2) conformance and interoperability test tools worldwide since 2012. QualityLogic also develops, supports, and maintains the official conformance and interoperability test tool for OpenADR compliant products, and offers test and certification program consulting and services for Smart Energy technologies and web and mobile applications. QualityLogic is an active participant in Smart Grid standards activities and conferences.

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