Presentation on theme: "Overview of the Electrical Metering Market in México"— Presentation transcript:
1Overview of the Electrical Metering Market in México Overview of the Electrical Metering Market in MéxicoPresented byJuan Antonio Zapata GarcíaMetering ManagerComisión Federal de Electricidad
2México´s Electric Utility System LyFC Luz y Fuerza del Centro2 Government Companies:CFEComisión Federal de ElectricidadCFELyFCTotalCustomers (Millions)Sales (GWh/Year) , , ,384
3México´s Electric Utility System Generation Infrastructure (MW)CFELyFCTotalHydro , ,615Thermo 27, ,188WindTotal , ,805*Does not include External Energy ProducersPlantsUnitsCentrals
4Each Area is Divided by Regions across the Country CFE OverviewStructureEach Area is Divided by Regions across the Country71,219 Workers
5Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure CFE OverviewTransmission and Distribution InfrastructureLines:15,998 km 400 kV Transmission lines24,773 km 230 kV “ “ “470 km 161 kV “ “ “1,340 km 138 kV Sub-transmission lines38,773 km 115 kV “ “ “140 km 85 kV “ “ “3,364 km 69 kV “ “ “63,654 km kV Distribution lines26,366 km 23 kV “ “ “257,462 km 13.8 kV “ “ “225,147 km 220/127 V “ “ “TOTAL CAPACITY: 162,775 MegawattsSubstations:
6CFE Overview Distribution Distribution Area is conformed by NoroesteNorteGolfo NorteDistribution Areais conformed by13 Divisions and116 distributionZonesBajaCaliforniaGolfo CentroPeninsularBajíoCentro OccidenteOrienteCentro OrienteJaliscoCentro SurSureste
7CFE Overview Customers Commercial 10.39% Agricultural 0.47% Services 0.66%Home-living %Industrial 0.65%21.34 Customer Millions80 Mexico´s Inhabitant MillionsMore than 900,000 new customers each year
8Energy meters in operation CFE OverviewEnergy meters in operationEnergymetersinstalled(by type)*AMR media used: Normal Phone line, cellular, ethernet, etc.
99.8 Billion US Dollars Income CFE OverviewSalesCommercial 6.86%Agricultural 5.55%Home-living 25.50%Services 3.26%Industrial 58.82%131,526 GWh/year9.8 Billion US Dollars Income
10A Worldwide-Class-Indicators Company CFE OverviewOperation indicatorsA Worldwide-Class-Indicators Company
11Energy meter approval process StandardsNOM-044-SCFI-1999 Watthour Electromechanical Meter Instruments - Definitions, Characteristics and Test Methods(CFE´s GWH00-01 Specification)
12Energy meter approval process StandardsNOM-127-SCFI-1999 Multifunction Meters for Electric Systems -Specifications and Test Methods (CFE´s G Specification)
13Energy meter approval process LapemLapemMaterial and Equipment Test LaboratoryElectromechanical Equipment EvaluationMaterials evaluationEnergy Conversion Process EvaluationDielectric TestsShort Circuit TestsEngineeringQualification and consultant ServicesQuality ControlSuppliers Development and EvaluationNormalize and Metrology Services
14Energy meter approval process LapemLapem guide Num. 1.-Product Official Approval and Prototype EvaluationRequirementsApplicationPreliminary meetingsPrototype drafts approvalPrototype certification ProcessSample selectionTestsDocumentary evaluationEvaluation ReportCertified Prototype ListCertified Product no-changes checkPrototype Re-certification
15Energy meter approval process LapemLapem guide Num. 2.-Supplier´s Qualification and EvaluationEvaluation CriteriaSuppliers Evaluation ProcedureCompany evaluation applicationProduct evaluation applicationDocumentary evaluationIn-Situ evaluationEvaluation reportSupplier Qualification Certificate
16Energy meter approval process Tests by the final user1.- In the Divisions:Random test when the meters are received in the divisions.13 Secondary LaboratoriesCertified on Official Mexican Norm NMX-EC-025-IMNC-2000 “General requirements of Competence of the Calibration and Test Laboratories”, based in ISO/IEC GUIDE 25:1990 Standard.
17Energy meter approval process Tests by the final user2.- In the distribution Zones:Random test to the electromechanical meters and test to the 100% of the electronic and electronic-multifunction meters.More than 100 Tertiary laboratories distributed in the most important cities of the Country
18Energy meter approval process Tests by the final user3.- In the field:CFE has a Yearly Test Program to insure the quality of metering.Each year, it test more than 1.8 Millions of energy meters.
19Energy meter approval process Tests by the final user4.- When the energy meters were retired from the field:All the meters retired from the field, no matter the reason; receive maintenance service.Each year, CFE gives maintenance to more than 644,000 energy meters on its laboratories.
20Energy meter approval process Traceability chartNational Metrology CentreCENAMSIMCFEAccuracy RequirementsCFE Material and Equipment Test Laboratory LAPEMLAB. I0,0055 %Energy Meter Comparison National ProgramLAB. IICFE Secondary Metering Laboratories(13 Divisions)0,025 %0,1 %0,05 %LAB. IIICFE Tertiary Metering Laboratories(Distribution Zones)Final CustomerResidential CustomerIndustrial Customer2 %0,2 %
21Energy meter approval process Update StandardsThe NOM-044-SCFI-1999 standard are based upon the ANSI Standards.The NOM-127-SCFI-1999 standard are based upon the ANSI and the IEC Standards.CFE is always checking the updates of the ANSI standards, in order to include the changes in it´s own standards.
22Thanks for your attention! Juan Antonio Zapata GarcíaMetering ManagerComisión Federal de ElectricidadRio Rodano No °PisoColonia CuauhtémocC.PMéxico, D.F.Phone: (01152)Fax: (01152)