This page provides information related to MISO's coordination with distribution interconnection standard IEEE 1547-2018.
IEEE Std 1547-2018 (abbreviated IEEE 1547) is a newly published standard for distributed energy resources (DERs) interconnection and interoperability requirements. It is a technology-neutral, voluntary IEEE standard that has been highly vetted by a large group of stakeholders with the aim to harmonize technical interconnection performance capability requirements and functional specifications for the growing installations of distributed generation and energy storage systems IEEE, https://standards.ieee.org/findstds/standard/1547-2018.html.
In 2018, IEEE 1547 added new requirements regarding voltage and frequency ride-through capability, to help the reliability of the Transmission system. It includes provisions for coordination with Reliability Coordinators, which is MISO in the MISO region. MISO would like to coordinate with the distribution utilities and experts to provide a regional preferred choice of performance category and setting selection.
MISO internal workshops
Internal workshops to digest and discuss IEEE 1547-2018
Late June – August 2018
|Stakeholder workshop prep||
|October 2018 – February 2019|
|Stakeholder online training and pre-test||Pre-training and test required to register for the workshop||December 2018 – February 2019|
|Stakeholder workshop||Facilitated by MISO and EPRI||Quarter 1 2019|
|Reach stakeholder consensus of IEEE 1547 adoption||IEEE 1547 gives options to requirements adoption. This is to achieve a 'preferred' option in the MISO region.||August 2019|
|Publish MISO region guideline of IEEE 1547||August 2019|