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How to Join a SEPA Working Group

SEPA brings together multi-stakeholder members in Working Groups to focus on industry-related topics of strategic importance. They are open to all SEPA members* and are designed to provide them with an active and collaborative role in results-focused work with the goal to forward specific technologies and their relation to the evolving, electric-power sector.

  • Benefits of SEPA Membership: The opportunity to accelerate grid modernization through the development of clear solutions to today’s challenges in the Smart Grid is a benefit of SEPA Membership. Working Groups afford value to our members through facilitated investigation, research and discussion of a specific technology or industry trend.
  • Participate:  Members are expected to have the time, interest, and commitment to participate in and support the production of these initiatives, activities, and deliverables, as identified by members and SEPA’s Technical Advisory Committee.
  • Find a Group of Interest: There are a number of ways to get engaged and a broad spectrum of Working Group opportunities to meet your needs. Working Groups typically meet on a monthly basis and are established with an ongoing, long-term focus, whereas Task Forces convene for short or limited periods of time to work on specific tasks. A full list of Working Group opportunities is outlined below.
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SEPA EV Fleet Managed Charging Interoperability Profile Project Group  

The Project Group for EV Fleet Managed Charging convenes in working meetings to document the interoperability requirements of key features and functionality, performance and operational limits, data communications, and other characteristics. Comprising representatives from across the industry, the Interoperability Profile for EV Fleet managed charging will meet the practical demands and the needs of utilities and solution providers.

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Technical Working Groups  

SEPA 's Technical Working Group program is designed to give members an active role in results-focused work. The goal is to forward specific technologies and how they relate to the evolving electric power sector. Working Groups provide value to members through facilitated investigation and discussion of a specific technology or industry trend as identified by SEPA members.

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