Standards

The TEC Standards Committee has been charged with the following missions:

  • Identify standardization gaps and opportunities in transportation electrification
  • Promote IEEE transportation electrification standards and standardization efforts through various channels (events, publications, etc.)

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IEEE Standards Association

The IEEE Standards Association is a leading organization in the arena of standards development. In our effort to build and mature Transportation Electrification standards we hope to promote, nurture, develop, and advance global technologies which are transportation related. Our work drives the functionality, capabilities, and interoperability of a wide range of products and services that transform the way people live, work and communicate.

 

What are Standards?

Standards are published documents that establish specifications and procedures designed to maximize the reliability of the materials, products, methods, and/or services people use every day. Standards address a range of issues, including but not limited to various protocols to help maximize product functionality and compatibility, facilitate interoperability and support consumer safety and public health.

Standards form the fundamental building blocks for product development by establishing consistent protocols that can be universally understood and adopted. This helps fuel compatibility and interoperability and simplifies product development, and speeds time-to-market. Standards also make it easier to understand and compare competing products. As standards are globally adopted and applied in many markets, they also fuel international trade.

It is only through the use of standards that the requirements of interconnectivity and interoperability can be assured. It is only through the application of standards that the credibility of new products and new markets can be verified. In summary standards fuel the development and implementation of technologies that influence and transform the way we live, work and communicate.

 

IEEE Standardization Efforts in Transportation Electrification

Call for Participation

IEEE Standards Association Working Group P2030.13
You are invited to join the IEEE Standards Association Working Group P2030.13 developing a Guide for Electric Transportation Fast Charging Station Management System Functional Specification. The Working Group is seeking members that are experts in power electronics and power systems to help develop the functional specification of a charging station incorporating local energy resources and storage and capable of charging a number of large trucks and buses. Fast charging stations are receiving increased attention in the context of the energy transition and in efforts to decarbonize the long-haul heavy transportation infrastructure through the electrification of highways. They are a key element in deploying a high-power truck and bus charging infrastructure. 

The working group is sponsored by the IEEE Power and Energy Society and its Transmission and Distribution Committee. The purpose of the guide is to assist electric transportation system owners and operators, vendors, and consultants to specify and configure fast-charging station control systems. It describes approaches to integrate stations in distribution system planning and operation, for use by distribution system operators. The Project Authorization Request (PAR) can be found at https://standards.ieee.org/project/2030_13.html.

For more information, contact Geza Joos, Chair, IEEE P2030.13.


Approved Standards or Standards Projects

IEEE 2030 – Guide for Smart Grid Interoperability of Energy Technology and Information Technology Operation with the Electric Power System (EPS), End-Use Applications, and Loads

IEEE 11-2000 – Standard for Rotating Electric Machinery for Rail and Road Vehicles IEEE 1901 – Standard for Broadband over Power Line Networks: Medium Access Control and Physical Layer Specifications


IEEE Electric Vehicle Charging Conformity Assessment Program

Overview: Electric vehicle charging technologies and supporting infrastructure are key factors that influence car buyers’ purchasing decisions. In a rapidly evolving industry, the IEEE portfolio of standards, test suite specification, and conformity assessment program are crucial to the further deployment of safe and efficient DC rapid EV chargers

IEEE EV Charging Standards

  • IEEE P2030.1.1 – Std for Technical Specifications of a DC Quick and Bi-directional Charger for Use with Electric Vehicles
  • IEEE P2030 1.2 -  Std for Technical Specifications for Ultra-High-Power Electric Vehicle Chargers

Pre-Standardization Projects

IEEE-SA IC13-002-04 – Electric Vehicle Wireless Power Transfer

 


Standards Committee Chair

Farid Katiraei
Standards Committee Chair