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1 AMIT Business Strategic Realignment August 31, 2010

2 Business Strategic Realignment 2 Purpose It has been almost three years since the development of the AMIT projects and their corresponding requirements. During that time there have been changes in both the Texas Market business processes and technologies including development of solutions such as Smart Meter Texas and implementation of 15 minute interval data. Therefore it is an opportune time to strategically realign AMIT projects and requirements to be the most effective based on the critical needs of the newly evolved Texas Market. Also, it is an opportune time to refocus efforts into areas of most impact, renew activities and tasks that support driving to completion those efforts, and reset expectations for delivery priorities, timeline, and dependencies.

3 Business Strategic Realignment 3 Objectives Based on recent lessons learned, enhanced knowledge from experience, current business and technology environments of the evolving Texas Market: Realign the AMIT business processes based on the current highest priority and most critical needs Identify initiatives to effectively and efficiently deliver the realigned business processes Roadmap the identified processes, functions / initiatives for clear understanding of delivery ranking, timelines and dependencies Refocus efforts based on the re-prioritization and realignment Gain renewed consensus, buy in, participation and enthusiasm from AMIT Market participants

4 4 Roadmap Realign Decompose Develop process decomposition model to sub process level 2 Identify Market goals and objectives Constraints Identify Market constraints Identify current technology constraints Prioritize Prioritize business sub processes Road map Sub Process phased by priorities and dependencies Functionality Matrix Identify key functional components Examine AssessPlan Road map Function / Initiative roadmap based on priorities, timeline, and dependencies Define Milestones Initiative alignment Identify initiatives Prioritize initiatives Initiative Goals and Critical Success Factors (CSF) Identify goals for initiatives Identify CSF for initiatives Expectations Set renewed Market expectations Communicate strategy and roadmap Identify Key Stakeholders Schedule Prep Third Party One-on-Ones Gather third party requirements Define Processes and Functions Current Business Model Review and understand current major business processes impacting the Market Review current functionality matrix Current Technology Review and understand current solutions impacting processes and priorities Accomplishments Review and identify accomplishments to date Consensus Review and gain buy in on AMIT strategic realignment purpose, objectives and approach Approach Implement Business Strategic Realignment Refine Requirements Design / Develop / Deploy Assess Goals and CSF Review and Renew Strategic Alignment Renew Priorities Renew Roadmap Review Milestones 4 This work can be completed within the time frame of the currently scheduled AMIT working sessions in August and September This work can be driven from the already in process Third Party One-on-Ones

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11 Business Strategic Realignment Sub Process Prioritization 11 Master Opportunity Prioritization Matrix Benefit to MarketBenefit to the ConsumerCost Improve Deployment/ Operation and Reliability of Electrical Networks Support Healthy Market Competition Overall Benefit to Market Improve Capability to Manage Usage/Cost Improve Customer Service Overall Benefit to Consumer Relative Estimated Cost 100% L 1M<H ProcessSub Process Energy UsageMonthly Settlement 7108.4876 L Energy Usage 15 Minute Settlement 7108.4634.7 M Energy Usage Consumer Access to Data 10 121.3 M Energy UsageROR Access to Data 876232.3 H Energy Usage 3rd Party Access to Data 375.6745.3 H Energy UsageROR Pricing Services 375.4645 L Energy UsageProvide Meter Data 132.6777 M Energy UsageMarket Transactions 9108.4444.7 L Energy UsageVEE Process 999353.3 M Energy Usage Event Manage / Notifiy 5108888 M HAN ServicesDemand Response 9108.410 M HAN ServicesLoad Control 53.8745.3 L HAN ServicesPre-Pay 131.8111 H HAN Services Consumer Real Time Access 555533.3 H HAN Services Consumer Energy Management 364.87108.4 L EXAMPLE PRIORITIZATION

12 Phase 2 Phase 3Phase 4 Provide Market Support Legend Governance Manage Third Parties Energy Usage Data Provide HAN Services Educate Market Load Control Certify Parties for Energy Data ROR HAN Support Consumer HAN Support TDSP SMT Support Educate Consumers Consumer Real Time Access Certify Parties for HAN Services ROR SMT Support Continual Review Refine and Implement Governance Demand Response Process Road Map 15 Minute Settlement ROR Access to Data Monthly Settlement Maintain Third Party Registry Third Party HAN Support Consumer Energy Management Educate Third Parties Pre Pay 12 Educate RORs Consumer Access to Data Third Party Access to Data Provide Meter Data EXAMPLE ROADMAP Phase 1 VEE Process Consumer SMT Support

13 13 Business Strategic Realignment Sub Process Prioritization Benefit to Market Benefit to Consumer Investment Size High Medium Low Legend Energy Usage Data HAN Services Manage Third Parties Educate Market Market Support High Medium Low MediumHigh Monthly Settlement 15 Minute Settlement Consumer Access to Data ROR Access to Data Third Party Access to Data ROR Pricing Services Event Manage / Notify HAN Consumer Real Time Access HAN Prepay HAN Load Control HAN Demand Response HAN Consumer Energy Management EXAMPLE PRIORITIZATION Educate Market Example Manage Third Party Example Market Support Example

14 Business Strategic Realignment Functionality Matrix Role Function Reside ntial Custo mer Non- Reside ntial User Non- Reside ntial Admin REP User REP Admin TDSP User TDSP Admin Portal Host / SMT Supple mental User 3rd Party User 3rd Party Admin Regula tory User Regula tory Admin HAN Functions Grant and Revoke HAN Granular Permissions H3 View, Print or Extract HAN Granular Permissions H3 Grant the Admin HAN Access Automatically H2 Grant / Revoke HAN Access to REP Portal User H2 Grant / Revoke HAN Access to TDSP Portal User H2 Provision HAN Device via GUI H3 / OBJ 30 H2 Provision HAN Device via API H2 De-Provision HAN Device via GUI H3 / OBJ 30 H2 De-Provision HAN Device via API H2 Display reason for deprovision of a HAN device Delete pending provision request View HAN Devices by ESIID (Current Status) H2 View HAN Device Details H3 H2 View HAN Device History H3 H2 Manage Usage HS Access to Real Time Usage HS Pricing Entry HS EXAMPLE Updated Functionality Matrix

15 Legend HAN SMT Release 2 Define Third Party Roles SMT TDSP / REP Support REP / TDSP HAN Support SMT Customer Support REP SMT Education Customer SMT Education TDSP 500 Third Party Registration and Certification process Customer HAN Support Customer HAN Education Continual Review Refine and Implement Governance HAN SMT Release 1 Function / Initiative Road Map Settlement Interim Settlement Transition SMT Release 1 Develop Third Party Governance Model Settlement Support HAN Initiative x Third Party Education HAN Initiative y 15 REP HAN Education Customer HAN Education Advanced SMT Release 2SMT Release 3 Settlement Final EXAMPLE ROADMAP Provide Market Support Governance Manage Third Parties Energy Usage Data Provide HAN Services Educate Market HAN SMT Release 3 Q4 09Q1 10Q2 10Q3 10Q4 10Q1 11Q2 11Q3 11Q4 11

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