INFORMATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS USING TASE.2
Li Binl, Cul Hengzhi', Bat YichuanZ(1. Jiangsu Electric Power Company, Naming 210024. China)(2. Naming Automation Research institute, Naming 210003, China)
The telecontrol application service element (TASE. 2) protocol (also known as inter-control center communicationsprotocol. ICCP) allows for data exchange over wide area networks (WANs) between a utility control center and other controlcenters, other utilities, power pools, regional control centers and non-utility generators. Data exchange information consistsof real--time and historical power system monitoring and control data, including measured values, scheduling data, energyaccounting data, and operator messages. This data exchange occurs between one control center's SCADA/EMS host andanother center's host. often through one or more intervening communications processors. This paper introduces howSCADA/EMS systems utilize TASE. 2 services to share information. including how to design bilateral tables, how toimplement interaction between control centers and SCADA/EMS systems. The paper proposes two methods of addingTASE. 2 communication ability to energy management systems (EMSs). The first is nesting TASE. 2 applications intoEMSs, the second is making TASE' 2 applications independent and a communication proxy of EMSs.
【CateGory Index】： TM73