Energy Reporting Framework
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Network Working Group                                         B. Nordman
Internet-Draft                     Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Intended status: Informational                             July 11, 2013
Expires: January 12, 2014

                       Energy Reporting Framework
                   draft-nordman-eman-er-framework-00

Abstract

   Managing energy consumption of devices presents new challenges and
   issues.  The EMAN Requirements draft identifies essential
   capabilities needed to accomplish this.  This draft describes how an
   energy management system can use EMAN to gather and interpret data
   from individual devices, and how some of the Requirements are
   implemented in the model.  This document focuses on Energy Reporting,
   though acknowledges and fully includes the limited control functions
   specified in the Requirements draft.  Topics addressed in detail
   include the topology of power distribution, reporting mechanisms, and
   the various roles of devices, power interfaces, and components.

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Table of Contents

   1.  Introduction
     1.1.  Guiding Principles
   2.  Concepts
     2.1.  Energy Management System
     2.2.  Device
     2.3.  Power Interface
     2.4.  Component
     2.5.  Energy Object
     2.6.  Battery
   3.  Topologies
     3.1.  Power Distribution
     3.2.  Reporting
   4.  How the ER Framework Fulfills Basic EMAN Requirements
     4.1.  Identification
     4.2.  Local Data
     4.3.  Power Interfaces
     4.4.  Power, Static
     4.5.  Power
     4.6.  Power State
     4.7.  Energy
     4.8.  Control
     4.9.  Reporting
     4.10. Data Summary
   5.  How the ER Framework Fulfills Advanced EMAN Requirements
     5.1.  Identification, Advanced
     5.2.  Power, Advanced
     5.3.  Power State, Advanced
     5.4.  Energy, Advanced
     5.5.  Battery
     5.6.  Time-series Data
     5.7.  Reporting, Advanced
     5.8.  Proxy Control
     5.9.  Security
   6.  EnMS Operation
     6.1.  Incomplete data
     6.2.  Separately Tracking Energy Flows by Direction
     6.3.  Aggregate Devices
     6.4.  Proxy Control
     6.5.  Cloud Devices
     6.6.  External Power Meters
   7.  EMAN Requirements Summary
   8.  Outstanding Issues
     8.1.  Topology Changes
     8.2.  How to Address Requirement 7.5
     8.3.  Fix References
     8.4.  EMAN Framework Content
     8.5.  8.1 Requirements
     8.6.  PI Capability
   9.  Security Considerations
   10. IANA Considerations
   11. Acknowledgements
   12. Informative References
   Author's Address

Network Working Group                                         B. Nordman
Internet-Draft                     Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Intended status: Informational                             July 11, 2013
Expires: January 12, 2014

                       Energy Reporting Framework
                   draft-nordman-eman-er-framework-00

Abstract

   Managing energy consumption of devices presents new challenges and
   issues.  The EMAN Requirements draft identifies essential
   capabilities needed to accomplish this.  This draft describes how an
   energy management system can use EMAN to gather and interpret data
   from individual devices, and how some of the Requirements are
   implemented in the model.  This document focuses on Energy Reporting,
   though acknowledges and fully includes the limited control functions
   specified in the Requirements draft.  Topics addressed in detail
   include the topology of power distribution, reporting mechanisms, and
   the various roles of devices, power interfaces, and components.
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