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© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved USCL Corporation 2737 Eastern Avenue Sacramento, California A managed approach to the successful deployment of a cost effective residential and small commercial AMI, Demand Response, and Automatic Load Control Prepared for Southern California Edison January 28, 2005 Release 2.0
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved The cost is low. The system provides many functions & multiple pay back cost centers Allows the generation of new revenue streams through non-core opportunities Return on Investment AMI can provide a significant Return on Investment if:
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved The Right Economics The Right Economics will require: ;Support bi-directional communications between the customer and utility ;Include an in-home customer interface to: &Automatic real-time transfer of current rate information from utility to customer &Provide real-time consumption feedback &Provide accumulated cost from start of bill cycle &Customer presentation of end of month bill &Provide means for consumer to set and monitor a budget
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved ;Allow load reduction through communications with thermostats and appliance modules ;Support prepayment option in conjunction with all advanced tariffs over network or customer inserted Smart Card ;Allow delivery of messaging and media content from utility to customer ;Allow downloading of data to customer inserted Smart Card The Right Economics ( contd ) The in-home customer interface will also need to:
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved ;Peak demand rates ;Time interval rates ;CPP rates ;Real time pricing ;Prepayment of service with all complex tariffs ;Subscriber side billing capability to support all complex tariffs for reduction of network communications traffic and congestion ;Theft of service remote reporting ;Low cost optional remote service connect/disconnect ;Local power factor monitoring ;Service outage and service restoration reporting ;Forty-five day archival of billing determinants for complex tariffs ;Serve as a communications hub between utility, gas, water, and other meters & devices for monitoring and control. ;End point termination of wide area network data telemetry communications Advanced Metering Functionality Provide advanced metering functionality to support:
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved ;A single vendor off the shelf solution offering the above does not exist as of Q ;The meter companys have not invested in this solution because of a lack of market demand ;Application wise, technology must be refined and integrated to reduce cost ;Production wise, Enel Electric in Italy has shown the feasibility of producing and installing over 500,000 meters per month on a sustainable basis Realistic Feasibility Technology wise, the functional and cost goals are very realistic.
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved A Low Risk Managed Approach ;SCE is working with Los Angeles County and USCL for deployment of 350 USCL EMS-2020 units ;EMS-2020 units and associated ANSI compliant revenue kWh meters offer: & Download of current rate information from utility to customer & Provide real-time consumption feedback & Provide accumulated cost from start of bill cycle & Customer presentation of end of month bill & Provide means for consumer to set and monitor a budget & Allow load reduction through communications with thermostats and appliance modules & Support prepayment option in conjunction with all advanced tariffs over network or customer inserted Smart Card & Allow delivery of messaging and media content from utility to customer & Allow downloading of data to customer inserted Smart Card
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved ;Expand project to include form 12S poly phase meters ;Expand project to include a cross section of customers beyond those of the LA County low income housing ;Gather design, operational, and mtbf feedback ;Partner with USCL to incrementally reduce device cost through further engineering and development of proprietary ASCI (application specific integrated circuit) technology ;Manage quantifiable development, test and product rollout plan based on cost objectives performance criteria ;Product line to include basic low cost consumer display with limited functionality and B&W display as baseline product ;Offer more functionality and enhanced display and performance product to customers on a purchase basis ;Commercialize product for sales to other utilities; SCE to participate in revenue stream from royalty or business partnership ;Work with Flex Your Power group for advertising co-op funds A Low Risk Managed Approach (contd)
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved EMS-2020 & AMR Topology USCL Integrated Solutions Low Cost Pricing and Monitoring, all in Real-Time!
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved ;Cost savings associated with wholesale power acquisition at peak demand times ;Lower costs in maintaining Transmission and Distribution system at peak demand times ;Cost reduction in service connection and disconnection in selected accounts ;Cost reduction associated with reduction of customer service inquiries ;Reassignment of traditional meter reading resources ;Cost reduction associated with accurate service outage and restoration reporting Additional Benefits to be Modeled
© USCL Corporation - All Rights Reserved Revenue Stream Examples to be Modeled ;Sales of product upgrade (EMS-2020) to customers ;Retail messaging transaction fees ;Retail electronic in-service coupon fees ;In-home wiring insurance and preventive maintenance service based on local power factor monitoring & signature analysis ;Increase in sales velocities of SCE retail product offerings ;Contract meter data collection services for gas & water utilities; emergency remote gas shut-off (earthquake event as an example)
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