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1 CITY OF LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA UTILITIES DEPARTMENT What is Public Power Town Hall Meetings

2 Number of Electric Utilities in 2008

3 Distribution of Customers in 2008

4 Florida Market Share

5 The Benefits of Public Power Local Control Over Utility Policies: Public power is about serving the local community. Decisions about the pricing of services, building power plants, purchasing wholesale power and setting service policies are made locally for the benefit of the community. Public power operates in the sunshine, subject to open meetings and public record laws.

6 The Benefits of Public Power Reliable Power: PA Consulting Groups annual reliability study calculates the SAIDI index for investor owned utilities and for public power and cooperatives combined. SAIDI – the System Average Interruptible Duration Index – measures the average length of time, in minutes, each customer can expect to be without power during a year. The study consistently shows that customers of consumer owned utilities are without power less than half as many minutes each year as are customers of investor owned utilities.

7 The Benefits of Public Power Local Economic Development: A public power utility spurs economic development in the community by meeting the interrelated needs of residential, business and industrial customers, thereby making the community a more pleasant place to live and allowing it to compete more successfully in attracting business and employment. Public power utilities are able to focus on the overall needs of the communities and provide efficiencies in achieving the overall community goals.

8 Electric Utilities Philosophy PUBLICPRIVATECOOPERATIVE LOCALLY OWNED CONSUMER OWNED CONSUMER GOVERNED PROFIT TO:STOCKHOLDERS MEMBERS COMMUNITY COLLECT & PAY TAXES OPEN MEETINGS, RECORDS PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY

9 Floridas Public Electric Utilities ALACHUA NEWBURRY CHATTAHOOCHEE HAVANA QUINCY TALLAHASSEE BLOUNTSTOWN STARKE WILLISTON LEESBURG JACKSONVILLE KEY WEST HOMESTEAD LAKE WORTH JACKSONVILLE BEACH GREEN COVE SPRINGS GAINESVILLE OCALA NEW SMYRNA BEACH WINTER PARK MT DORA ORLANDO KISSIMMEE ST CLOUD BUSHNELL LAKELAND BARTOW FT MEADE WAUCHULA VERO BEACH FT PIERCE CLEWISTON MOORE HAVEN

10 U.S. Electric Utilities RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL PUBLICLY OWNED9.9 ¢9.2 ¢6.7 ¢ COOPERATIVE10.3 ¢9.6 ¢6.6 ¢ PRIVATE11.4 ¢10.1 ¢6.3 ¢ 2008 Rates/kWh* *Revenue/kWh, Based on U.S. Department of Energy Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-861, 2008

11 Florida Electric Utilities RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL PUBLICLY OWNED12.0 ¢10.6 ¢8.2 ¢ COOPERATIVE11.4 ¢10.0 ¢8.2 ¢ PRIVATE11.6 ¢10.0 ¢8.2 ¢ FPL11.7 ¢10.4 ¢8.7 ¢ 2008 Rates/kWh* *Revenue/kWh, Based on U.S. Department of Energy Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-861, 2008

12 Florida Electric Utilities All Rates Averaged (Res, Com, Ind) PUBLICLY OWNED10.8 ¢ COOPERATIVE10.9 ¢ PRIVATE10.7 ¢ FPL11.0 ¢ 2008 Rates/kWh* *Revenue/kWh, Based on U.S. Department of Energy Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-861, 2008

13 FMEA Rate Chart July 2010 FPL = $97.52 *http://www.publicpower.com/pdf/rates/2008/2010_december_rates-c.pdf

14 Cooperative Rates July 2010 COOPERATIVE500 KWH 750 KWH 1000 KWH 1500 KWH 2000 KWH 2500 KWH CENTRAL FLORIDA$71.50$99.75$128.00$189.50$251.00$ CHOCTAWHATCHEE$73.01$97.51$122.02$171.02$220.03$ CLAY$62.25$87.88$113.50$169.75$226.00$ ESCAMBIA RIVER$81.50$109.75$138.00$194.50$251.00$ FLORIDA KEYS$67.05$95.58$124.10$181.15$238.20$ GLADES$78096$110.69$142.42$212.38$282.34$ GULF COAST$75.30$103.23$131.15$187.00$242.85$ LEE COUNTY$61.98$97.05$114.16$171.69$229.22$ PEACE RIVER$76.53$107.29$138.05$199.58$261.10$ SUMTER$71.28$99.66$128.05$184.83$241.60$ SUANNEE VALLEY$73.25$101.38$129.50$185.75$242.00$ TALQUIN$69.45$99.18$128.90$188.35$247.80$ TRI-COUNTY$77.55$107.58$137.60$197.65$257.70$ WEST FLORIDA$74.65$102.03$129.40$184.15$238.90$ WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER$68.32$93.47$118.63$168.95$219.26$269.58

15 Reliability There are a number of Power Distribution Reliability Indices that we use to monitor our performance. These include: SAIFI (System Average Interruption Frequency Index) Indicator of how often the average customer experiences a sustained interruption over a predefined period of time. Source: Florida Public Service Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency Reliability Project SAIFI= Total Number of Customers Interrupted Total Number of Customers Served

16 Reliability There are a number of Power Distribution Reliability Indices that we use to monitor our performance. These include: SAIDI (System Average Interruption Duration Index) Indicates the total duration of interruption for the average customer during a predefined period of time. It is commonly measured in customer minutes or customer hours of interruption. Source: Florida Public Service Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency Reliability Project SAIDI= Total Minutes of All Interruptions Total Number of Customers Served

17 Reliability Source: Florida Public Service Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency Reliability Project System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI)

18 Reliability There are a number of Power Distribution Reliability Indices that we use to monitor our performance. These include: CAIDI (Customer Average Interruption Duration Index) Represents the average time required to restore service. Source: Florida Public Service Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency Reliability Project CAIDI= Customer Interruption Duration Total Number of Customers Interrupted

19 Reliability There are a number of Power Distribution Reliability Indices that we use to monitor our performance. These include: MAIFI (Momentary Average Interruption Event Frequency Index) Indicates the average frequency of Momentary Interruption Events. This index does not include the events immediately proceeding a lockout. Source: Florida Public Service Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency Reliability Project MAIFI= Total Number of Customer Momentary Interruption Events Total Number of Customers Served

20 Reliability There are a number of Power Distribution Reliability Indices that we use to monitor our performance. These include: L-BAR (Average Length of a Service Interruption) Indicates the average length of a service interruption for a given reporting period. Source: Florida Public Service Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency Reliability Project L-BAR= Minutes Interrupted Total Number of Outages

21 Reliability Source: Florida Public Service Commission, Florida Municipal Power Agency Reliability Project Average Length of a Service Interruption (L-BAR)

22 Winter Park Reliability MAIFI - Momentary Average Interruption Frequency Index Blinking Clocks Index 12-Month MAIFI

23 Hurricanes and Emergencies Mutual Aid FMEA and APPA members agree to assist each other during storms Immediate response Hurricane Seasons – Hundreds of Crews assisted from across FL and the US


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