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1 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM Southern California Edison Demand Response Present and Future Presented by Larry Oliva Director, Tariff Programs and Services Demand Response Coordinating Committee Town Meeting, Washington DC June 3, 2008

2 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 1 SCE Demand Response today –System peak 23,303 MW –Interruptible Large Customer 627 MW –Emergency Res/Sm. Comm. 607 MW –Emergency Ag Pumping/Other 56 MW –Price Responsive Programs 107 MW –Total DR1,397 MW –Total DR % 5.9 % SCE technical peak demand reduction potential –If all customers participated similarly 30 % Recent Successes in Demand Response

3 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 2 Recent Successes in Demand Response Seasonal Incentives based on: Tons of Cooling Cycle Strategy (50%, 67%, 100%) Event Choice (15 events vs. unlimited) FIXED incentive amounts PAID in advance Over 320,000 participants 91% of participating A/C Units range in size from 2.5 to 5 tons 88% of participating customers opt for 100% cycling (Maximum $ Incentive) Average annual residential incentive paid = $140/device Expanded AC cycling by 225 MW in 2007

4 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 3 Where SCE is Going with DR Dynamic Pricing-The Essential Path Industries with high cost of capacity transitioned to dynamic pricing, examples: –Airlines –Hospitality –Rental Cars –Shipping Electric Utilities can benefit –Peak load growth continuing –Regulatory and environmental impediments to build –Real cost escalation of new construction –Technology enablement (metering and controls)

5 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 4 EIX Vision for Clean Energy Future Energy Management & Efficiency Low Carbon Fuel Mix Integration of Information Technology with Energy Technology Delivers Environmental Benefits Smart Grid Renewable & Clean Generation SmartConnect Connected Home Connected PHEV Dynamic Pricing Reduced Cost & Rate Pressures Meeting Customer Expectations for Value & Environment

6 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 5 Connected Home Smart appliances Smart thermostats Energy information Empowering Customer Choice CPPPTR Rates and Rebates TOU Rates

7 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 6 Long-Term Opportunities through Plug-in Electric Vehicles Enable Net Metering, Discrete metering and Integrated energy management w/Solar Panel Customer Home Energy Storage Creates Opportunities for Increased Renewables Connected Home Load Shaping and Following

8 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 7 CPPSDP (Res)SDP (Comrcl) 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Pilots Launch Programs >531 MW > 72 MW 342 MW 78 MW 410 MW 53 MW Incremental New DR = 883 MW PTR Rates PCT-ZigBee TOU Rates 3K 703K 2.2M 3.7M 5.1M Edison SmartConnect Demand Response Goals

9 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 8 Rate Tier Position and Tier Alert Programs encourage conservation behavior Tier Position Provides Customer with billing status via webpage: Current billing tier, cost and days left in billing period Proactive Tier Alerts and an In-Home Tier Position Display Device: $.19 $.22 $.33 $.38 $.43 Energy Cost Display Peak Rebate Available

10 EDISON INTERNATIONAL® SM 9 Next Challenges for SCE Demand Response Customer adoption of Peak Time Rebates and Dynamic Rates Move incentive programs to Pay-for- Performance Integrate retail DR products with CAISO markets Promote enabling technologies


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