Free Research PAP 18: SEP 1.x to SEP 2.0 Transition and Coexistence Guidelines and Best Practices Preparing for Smart Energy Profile (SEP) 1.x to 2.0 migration Use cases Requirements and best practices Transitioning from SEP 1.x to 2.0 Smart meter deployments have steadily increased, with millions of meters installed. The ZigBee Alliance began an effort in 2006 to define a smart energy application profile based on interest from meter companies, utilities, and in-home device manufacturers. The effort resulted in the ZigBee Smart Energy Profile (SEP), released in 2008 as SEP 1.0. The Zigbee Alliance revised the application profile to SEP 1.1, then SEP 2.0. As a result of significant architectural changes and feature upgrades, SEP 2.0 is not backwards compatible with SEP 1.x. This paper outlines the results of analyses of multiple SEP 1.x to SEP 2.0 migration scenarios, in the form of requirements and best practices to enable successful migrations and/or network coexistence. What’s in the report SEP migration use cases Requirements for the ZigBee Alliance, manufacturers, and utilities Best practices for migration and communication of migration plans Migration risks and costs Recommendations on next steps Fill out this form to get the report.Name First Last Email CompanyTitlePhone (Optional)Job FunctionExecutive AffairsGeneral CounselAccounting/FinanceAdministrationBusiness Development/Sales/Marketing/PRComplianceCustomer Service/RelationsDistributionEngineeringGenerationGovernment AffairsHuman ResourcesInformation TechnologyInvestors RelationsLegalPower SupplyPR/CommunicationsProcurement/Supply ChainRegulatory/RatesResearch/DevelopmentSolar/Renewables Project ManagementStrategic PlanningTransmissionJob LevelNon-Executive ChairmanCEO/OwnerVice PresidentSenior Executive (C-level)DirectorManagerCoordinator/ProfessionalAdministrative/Clerical Submit This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. Sign me up to receive updates on Technology & Infrastructure?