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1 1 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. PI Maximization Strategy at Duke Energy Tim Murphy IT Manager

2 2 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. “We have been implementing PI in Duke Energy since 1993 and currently have it implemented at 95 sites, collecting data for hundreds of thousands of points. We would like to expand the use of this data to all relevant work activities throughout the business process.” Customer Business ChallengeSolutionCustomer Results / Benefits The Challenge: Maximize our investment in PI data and software Provide time-series data to all work activities needing this data. Make potential users aware of the data that is available for their use. Identify potential work activities that can be enhanced by available time-series data. Implement software tools to expand use and integrate PI data with existing applications and processes. Implement a PI Portal to communicate with all potential users throughout the company. Appoint business contacts to analyze work activities to be targeted. Increased number of users. Increased number of new applications implemented. New projects include PI in their implementations.

3 3 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. FACTS ABOUT DUKE ENERGY 150+ years of service 4 million customers Fortune 500 $50 billion in assets Stock dividends for 80+ years Traded on NYSE as DUK Dow Jones Sustainability Index

4 4 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. THE BUSINESSES WE’RE IN U.S. Franchised Electric & Gas Commercial Power Duke Energy International Regulated generation, electric and gas transmission and distribution systems Duke Energy Carolinas Duke Energy Ohio Duke Energy Kentucky Duke Energy Indiana Unregulated generation Duke Energy Generation Services (DEGS) Duke Energy International Primarily Latin American assets

5 5 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. U.S. FRANCHISED ELECTRIC AND GAS  5 states: North Carolina, South Carolina, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky  47,000 square miles of service area  28,000 MW of regulated generating capacity  4.0 million retail electric customers  500,000 retail gas customers

6 6 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. COMMERCIAL POWER MIDWEST GENERATION Approximately 7,600 MW of unregulated generation Over 50% of Commercial Power’s Midwest generation is dedicated to Ohio customers DEGS Manages more than 6,600 MW of power generation at 23 facilities throughout the U.S. Responsible for renewable energy investments MIDWEST GENERATION Approximately 7,600 MW of unregulated generation Over 50% of Commercial Power’s Midwest generation is dedicated to Ohio customers DEGS Manages more than 6,600 MW of power generation at 23 facilities throughout the U.S. Responsible for renewable energy investments

7 7 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. DUKE ENERGY INTERNATIONAL  Approx. 4,000 MW of generating capacity  6 countries: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala and Peru  4 th largest generator in Latin America (based on net capacity)  Approx. 4,000 MW of generating capacity  6 countries: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala and Peru  4 th largest generator in Latin America (based on net capacity)

8 8 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. The Need For PI Duke Energy generates a significant amount of “real-time” (time-series) data in its daily operations. Data is used for numerous work activities throughout the generation, transmission, and distribution work processes. Examples: Plant Operations Equipment Troubleshooting Plant Thermal Performance Calculations Distribution Load Monitoring Electric Grid Load Monitoring Lake Level Monitoring

9 9 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. The Need For PI Sources of data: Transmission’s Energy Management System (EMS) Plant Distributed Control Systems (DCS) Distribution Automation Equipment Automated Meters Manual Input Data Is produced 24 X 7. Currently collecting data on hundreds of thousands of data points. Availability of data provides opportunity to enhance and automate business process activities.

10 10 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. History of PI at Duke Energy 1993 – Initial implementation of PI in Duke Power nuclear plants. Initial software included: PI Database Process Book Data Link

11 11 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. History of PI at Duke Energy Following initial implementation PI was implemented in: Carolina’s Fossil Plants (mid 1990’s) Carolina’s Hydro Plants (late 1990’s) Transmission EMS (mid 1990’s) Non-Regulated plants in DENA (1999 – 2004) Non-Regulated plants in Latin America (1999 – 2004) Carolina’s Distribution System ( present) Cinergy (existing at merger)

12 12 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Current State of PI at Duke Energy Energy Assets# Assets Carolina’s Regulated Nuclear Plants3 Carolina’s Regulated Fossil Plants11 Carolina’s Hydro Plants31 Carolina’s EMS1 Carolina’s Bulk Power Marketing1 Carolina’s Distribution1 Midwest Regulated Generation Plants 10 Midwest Non-Regulated Generation Plants9 Midwest EMS2 Commercial Gogeneration Plants2 Commercial Wind Sites7 International Plants (Latin America)17 Total95

13 13 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Current State of PI at Duke Energy PI Software Environment PI Enterprise Server Process Book (end-user tool) Data Link (end-user tool) Advanced Calculation Engine (ACE) PI Web Parts PI Tag Monitor PI Manual Editor PI Applications Custom Data Extraction Interfaces

14 14 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Current State of PI at Duke Energy Number of Users 3000 Users 65 PI Databases Does not include: DEI Non-Duke Owned DEGS Plants

15 15 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Current State of PI at Duke Energy Applications Thermal Performance Calculations Annual Average Opacity Predictor Switchboard Logs Outage Link

16 16 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Thermal Performance Calculations

17 17 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Annual Average Opacity Predictor

18 18 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Switchboard Log

19 19 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. Outage Link

20 20 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. PI Strategic Plan Strategic Goal – Maximize Investment in PI Data and Software Plan Objectives: 1. Develop PI Portal Communication mechanism for all PI users User access for tools, forms, etc Integrate with corporate & business unit portals 2. Develop PI Data Index Publish relevant data available in PI Group by related function Ensure FERC compliance

21 21 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. PI Strategic Plan Plan Objectives (cont): 3. Develop PI Application Index Identify all applications & tools available for use Identify current uses of data 4. Perform Product & Service Analysis Identify additional tools and services needed Make PI data available on Blackberry 5. Identify Current Uses of PI Publish OSIsoft Users Conference materials on PI Portal Publish link to T&D SIG portal on PI Portal

22 22 Empowering Business in Real Time. © Copyright 2009, OSIsoft Inc. All rights Reserved. PI Strategic Plan Plan Objectives (cont): 6. Identify Training & Support Required Publish CBTs on PI Portal Publish links to forms and tools on PI Portal Identify Business Unit Leads Identify Technical Product Leads 7. Promote Potential New Uses Communicate what is available (PI Portal) Meet with primary business contacts Pursue potential projects such as Smart Grid


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