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TC20 Smart Grids, Renewables, Electric Vehicles and Energy Efficiency

NSAI ETC TC 20 Smart Grids, Renewables, Electric Vehicles and Energy Efficiency

Scope/Introduction

NSAI ETC TC20 was established to coordinate the Irish input to the standardization work of the IEC in the areas of smart grids (incl. interoperability, transmission, distribution, metering, consumer connection and cyber security), renewable energy, electric road vehicles and energy efficiency.

TC20 also participates in the development of CENELEC European Standards or EN's in the same areas of technology. EN's are, as far as possible, based on the corresponding IEC Standards. Once an EN is published by CENELEC, it is adopted without change by the NSAI as a voluntary Irish Standard.

Certain work falling under the scope of TC20 is subject to EC and EFTA mandates to the European Standards Bodies (including CENELEC) to develop standards in support of European policies and legislation.

International/European Committees Mirrored (in full or in part)
IEC TC8: Systems aspects for electrical energy supply
IEC TC13: Electrical energy measurement and control
IEC TC21: Secondary cells and batteries
IEC SC22F: Power electronics for electrical transmission and distribution systems
IEC TC23: Electrical accessories
IEC SC23F: Connecting devices
IEC SC23H: Plugs, Socket-outlets and Couplers for industrial and similar applications, and for Electric Vehicles
IEC TC38: Instrument transformers
IEC TC56: Dependability
IEC TC57: Power systems management and associated information exchange
IEC TC64: Electrical installations and protection against electric shock
IEC TC69: Electric road vehicles and electric industrial trucks
IEC TC72: Automatic electrical controls
IEC TC82: Solar photovoltaic energy systems
IEC TC88: Wind turbines
IEC TC95: Measuring relays and protection equipment
IEC TC105: Fuel cell technologies
 
 
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