ETSI ES 205 200 Factsheet

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ETSI ES 205 200: Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Energy management; Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures
Name of Initiative/Methodology

Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Energy management; Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures

Part 1: General requirements

Part 2: Specific requirements

  Sub-part 1: Data centres

  Sub-part 2: Fixed broadband access networks

  Sub-part 4: Cable Access Networks

Link to the latest published version

ETSI ES 205 200-1 (03/2014): Version 1.2.1

es_20520001v010201p.pdf

ETSI ES 205 200-2-1 (03/2014): Version 1.2.1

es_2052000201v010201p.pdf

ETSI ES 205 200-2-2 (01/2016): Version 1.0.0

es_2052000202v010000m.pdf

ETSI ES 205 200-2-4 (06/2015): Version 1.1.1

es_2052000204v010101p.pdf

Developed by

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
History and Status
  • Work started in 2013 and finished in 2016
  • Published from March 2014 (general requirements) until January 2016 (specific requirements)
Involved companies / parties
  • Orange
  • EADS
  • Thales
  • PSA Peugeot Citroen
  • SFR (Sub-part 2 only)
  • e-Ready Building Limited (Sub-part 2 only)
  • Cable Europe (Sub-part 4 only)
  • CableLabs (Sub-part 4 only)
  • RATEL (Sub-part 4 only)
  • Liberty Global B.V. (Sub-part 4 only)
Scope

  Organisation env. accounting

 Scope 1  
 Scope 2  
 Scope 3

  Product env. assessment 

 Life cycle approach  

 Use phase only

 GWP

 Energy (focus on secondary energy)

 KPIs

  • Energy consumption
  • Task efficiency
  • Energy reuse
  • Renewable energy
System(s) covered by the methodology
  • Infrastructures of broadband deployment, including:
    • Data centres
    • Fixed broadband access networks
  • Integrated broadband cable telecommunication networks, including cable access networks
Goals
  • Improving energy management of the operational infrastructures through a reduction in energy consumption, improvements in task efficiency, the re-use of energy and the contribution of renewable energy
  • Providing methodological framework for the definition and calculation of Global Key Performance Indicators (KPI) in relation to the objectives described above (one global indicator + 4 objective indicators)
Generic features
  • The reduction in energy consumption and task efficiency are primary objectives
  • Conditions to applying the energy re-use indicator:
    • “Non-use” is better than “re-use” and therefore the preference is for energy consumption reduction rather than energy re-use;
    • Re-use of energy should give the preference to heat generated from by ITE/NTE rather than from poorly designed facilities and infrastructures.
  • Conditions to applying the renewable energy indicator:
    • If all energy is renewable, the indicator shall encourage the application of other indicators
  • All indicators are based on measurements of energy consumption and shall be assessed over a defined period of time (typically 1 year).
  • All indicators shall clearly define strict criteria for inclusion/exclusion with the formula
  • Comparative costs and environmental impacts of different energy sources are outside the scope of the document.
  • Recommendations and best practices are not in the scope of the document (a list of references is provided in the documents related to specific requirements).
ICT-specific features
  • All systems covered by the methodology are not intended to/able to operate within a common limits for the KPIs (e.g.: infrastructures required to deliver high reliability)
  • Sub-part 1: Data centres
    • The KPIs may be applied to a single data centre or a group of data centres under common governance
    • All energy input to a data centre is converted into heat
    • The energy provided to data centres comes from utility (grid) or local sources (non-renewable or renewable). A data centre is unlikely to meet all of its energy needs from local renewable sources on a continuous basis.
    • The maximum time difference in the periods of assessment shall be 7 days
    • Detailed formula, measurement points and procedures, and criteria are provided for each of the considered indicators.
  • Sub-part 2: Fixed broadband access networks
    • The OS may contain a single fixed broadband access node or a group of FAN in a same site, and can be indoor or outdoor
    • In general, fixed access network sites are geographically scattered (limited possibility for merging any heat generated at each site); however local renewable energy sources may produce more energy than that required by a fixed access network site, allowing its reuse for other purposes.
    • The energy provided to FAN comes from utility (grid) or local sources (non-renewable or renewable). FAN may meet their energy needs from local, renewable sources on a continuous basis. The scope of the KPI for renewable energy only takes local renewable energy into account. 
    • The maximum time difference in the periods of assessment shall be 7 days
    • Detailed formula, measurement points and procedures, and criteria are provided for each of the considered indicators.
  • Sub-part 4: Cable Access Networks
    • The data volume transferred across the network is registered between the cable modem (in-home) and the headend equipment.
    • The KPI for energy consumption involves all the main energy consuming equipment of the broadband access network concerned in the transmission of data between the cable modem and the headend equipment
    • Energy re-use is considered to be the recovery of portions of the total energy consumption, that would be dissipated into the environment otherwise (e.g. heat)
    • The scope of the KPI for renewable energy use only takes locally generated renewable energy into account. This does not take into consideration any proportion of utility supplies certified as “green” by nationally recognised schemes nor the carbon footprint of the energy source
Examples of implementation / experience feedback

None identified – to be filled later

Interaction with other methodologies
  • [EC Mandate M/462] Standardisation mandate addressed to CEN, CENELEC and ETSI to enable efficient energy use of ICT networks
  • EC DG JRC Code of Conduct for Data Centre Energy Efficiency
  • EC DG JRC Code of Conduct on Energy Consumption of Broadband Equipment
  • [ISO Guide 82] Guide for addressing sustainability in standards
  • [ETSI TS 105 174] Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Broadband Deployment - Energy Efficiency and Key Performance Indicators
  • [ETSI TR 102 881] Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Cable Network Handbook
  • And many others for Sub-part 4

 

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