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澳大利亚将推行住宅电池储能标准

发布时间: 2017-12-27 11:00:59   审校:睿智   浏览次数:
来源:http://www.standards.org.au/OurOrganisation/News/Documents/Next%20steps%20agreed%20for%20on-site%20r  

昨日,澳大利亚标准协会CEO布朗维恩·埃文斯(Bronwyn Evans)博士召集了一班资深行业专家和政府领导人,讨论在澳大利亚推出行住宅电池储能标准。

会议达成了广泛共识,这将有助于澳大利亚标准协会、工商界和政府共同努力,快速制定和采用合适的产品安全标准。标准一旦实施,将会持续推进住宅电池系统,为消费者的选择提供可靠信息,并满足社区安全预期。

一致通过的标准框架包括预期采用IEC和UL出台的产品标准,与两家标准电池产品开发商龙头合作,以补充澳大利亚标准委员会已经出台的安装标准。

澳大利亚标准协会致力于在未来三个月内快速跟进这些项目。

这场圆桌会议的与会者对澳大利亚标准协会技术委员会开展的大量工作表示肯定,并认同了昆士兰州政府电气安全办公室为促进电力系统安全运行制定了行业最佳实践指南的重要性。

此外,除了产品安装之外,会议还同意与住宅建筑规章相关的安装标准草案中的规定将被删除。相反,工商界和政府将通力​​合作,制定合适的建筑要求,,以确认满足国际产品标准的电池系统的当前安装做法,这些变化将在社区中进一步咨询。

埃文斯博士评论说:“今天的会议开始时,我问了‘我们需要标准吗?’这项标准是以正确的方式,由合适的人来编写的。我很高兴大家毫无异议地支持这项标准。

“在会议中一致同意了鼓励采用新技术和管理社区安全预期的必要性。今天大家指出的这条明路会令我们更努力工作,尽快达成相关标准。”

圆桌会议还同意了在工作进行时应再次开会,以确保广泛认可支持和目标计划一致。澳大利亚标准机构会让利益攸关者了解文件编写进展情况,并将邀请利益攸关者在进一步磋商中提交意见。

总结成果

1.澳大利亚标准机构技术委员会将着手解决现时已收到的有关DR AS/NZS 5139的意见,理由是:

•草案中删除了建筑要求

•与安装标准相关的安装/位置要求将重新起草,标志着澳大利亚将制定和应用相关产品标准

•草案将会公布以征求第二轮公众意见

2.根据要求,通常在标准制定过程和许可安排时,澳大利亚标准协会将会快速跟踪澳大利亚采用相关标准的情况:

•IEC 62619:2017含有碱性或其他非酸性电解质的二次电芯和电池——用于工业应用的二次锂电芯和电池的安全要求(本项目已经启动)

•UL 1973用于轻型电轨(LER)应用和固定应用的电池标准

3.与会者指出并认可了昆士兰电气安全办公室正在促进制定适用于综合能源储存系统产品的行业最佳实践指南,这可作为国际标准的辅助。

圆桌会议组织

AGL

澳大利亚消防和紧急事务管理局

澳洲建筑规范委员会

澳大利亚工业集团

清洁能源委员会

环境与能源部

电气法规管理委员会

澳大利亚电工联盟

澳大利亚能源网络协会

房屋工业协会

澳大利亚新州公平交易厅

澳大利亚起源能源公司

昆士兰州能源和供水部

南澳技术监管机构(电话会议)

新西兰标准机构(电话会议)

特斯拉

新西兰职业健康和安全局(电话会议)

 

Next steps agreed for on-site residential battery storage standards for Australia

Yesterday, Standards Australia’s Chief Executive Dr Bronwyn Evans brought together a group of senior industry and government leaders to discuss the introduction of residential on-site battery storage standards in Australia.

Broad agreement was reached on a way forward that will see Standards Australia, industry and government working together to fast track the development and adoption of appropriate product safety standards. Once implemented, these standards will enable the continued roll out of residential onsite battery systems, empower customer choice and meet community safety expectations.

The agreed standards framework includes the expected adoption of product standards developed by the IEC and UL, two leading developers of standards for battery products to complement the installation standard already in development by the Australian standards committee.

Standards Australia is committed to fast-tracking these projects over the next three months.

Roundtable attendees acknowledged the substantial work already undertaken by the Standards Australia technical committee, together with the importance of the development of an Industry best practice guide being facilitated by the Electrical Safety Office of the Queensland Government, to support safe installation of battery systems.

Additionally, it was agreed that provisions contained in the draft installation standard related to residential building regulation, beyond product placement will be removed. Instead, industry and government will work together to develop appropriate building requirements that recognise current installation practices for battery systems that meet the international product standards. These changes will be subject to further community consultation.

Dr Evans commented, “At the start of the meeting today, I asked the question ‘Are standards needed at all?’ I was pleased that there is unquestionable support for standards, developed by the right people, in the right way.

“There was unanimous agreement in the room of the need to both encourage the uptake of new technology and manage community safety expectations. The clear path forward set today will see us working hard and working together to get the relevant standards in place as soon as we can.”

The roundtable agreed to meet again as the work progresses to ensure the broad support and alignment remains. Standards Australia will keep stakeholders informed of progress in the development of the documents, and stakeholders will be invited to submit comments during further rounds of consultation.

SUMMARY OUTCOMES

1. Standards Australia’s technical committee will commence resolving the comments received on DR AS/NZS 5139 on the understanding that:

• Building requirements are removed from the draft

• Placement/location requirements are relevant in an installation standard and these parts will be redrafted noting the development and adoption of relevant product standards in Australia

• The draft will be released for a second round of public comment

2. Subject to the usual standards development process and licensing arrangements as required, Standards Australia will fast track consideration of the adoption in Australia of relevant standards:

• IEC 62619:2017 Secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other nonacid electrolytes - Safety requirements for secondary lithium cells and batteries, for use in industrial applications (this project has already been kicked-off)

• UL 1973 Standard for Batteries for Use in Light Electric Rail (LER) Applications and Stationary Applications

3. Attendees noted the Queensland Electrical Safety Office is facilitating the development of an Industry best practice guide applicable to integrated energy storage system products and endorsed this work as an adjunct to the international adoptions.

 

Organisations Represented at the Roundtable

AGL

Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council

Australian Building Codes Board

Australian Industry Group

Clean Energy Council

Department of the Environment and Energy

Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council

Electrical Trades Union of Australia

Energy Networks Australia

Housing Industry Association

NSW Fair Trading

Origin Energy

Qld Department of Energy and Water Supply

South Australian Technical Regulator (by teleconference)

Standards New Zealand (by teleconference)

Tesla

WorkSafe NZ (by teleconference)

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