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SMARTGRID

Duke Energy

David Mohler

Chief Technology Officer

Duke Energy

November 10, 2008

November 10, 2008

2

Facts About Duke Energy


5 states: North Carolina, South Carolina, Indiana,
Ohio and Kentucky


47,000 square miles of service area


28,000 MW of regulated generating capacity


Fortune 500
-

Top
-
tier electric utility


$50 billion in assets


3.9 million customers


150+ years of service


Dow Jones Sustainability Index


Traded on NYSE as DUK


Stock dividends for 80+ years

November 10, 2008

3

Duke Energy Vision of SmartGrid

Deployments are designed in part to solve existing operational
problems, but with an emphasis on preparing Duke for future technology
development and customer requirements

Manual meter reading



Monthly kWh reads



Automatic Meter



Reading (AMR)


One
-
way or two
-
way


Monthly kWh reads


Interval data


Basic theft detection


Outage/Restoration Detection


Advanced Metering


Infrastructure (AMI)



On
-
demand reads


Programmable load

intervals


Bi
-
directional and net


metering


TOU, RTP, CPP pricing


options


Demand response




Smart Meters


Solid
-
state platform


Integrated communications


Integrated disconnect switch


> Remotely disconnect


> Remotely connect


Power quality data


> Voltage readings


> Current readings


> Power Factor


> Frequency


> Detailed power outage


data


Remote programmable


Remotely upgradeable


Internal expansion port


> Future functionality



Smart Grid


Energy Management
Services


Residential


Commercial


Home area network
gateway


PLC (i.e. L
ON
W
ORKS


RF (Bluetooth)


Web
-
based applications


Demand response


Prepayment


Load control


Revenue protection


Web move in/out


Distribution


Load
profiling/engineering


Phase balancing


Transformer
optimization


Energy forecasting


Outage and GIS


Work force
management


Asset management

We Are Building for Future Needs


Enable improved operations and increased operating
efficiencies


Extend energy efficiency to the end of the wire


Support and integrate with behind the meter applications


Create a platform for new program and service offerings


Support increased distributed generation and PHEV
penetration


Increase reliability and reduce system losses


Minimize potential for stranded costs

November 10, 2008

4

Overview of implementation status

South Charlotte


5000 intelligent electric meters with PLC / target 14,700


900 comms boxes / target 3500


Private network on public cellular for backhaul

Upstate South Carolina


2250 intelligent electric meters with PLC / target additional 5000
with RF


1000 comms boxes


Private network on public cellular for backhaul

Cincinnati


30,000 intelligent electric meters installed with PLC / target
50,000 by end of year


12,000 intelligent gas meters installed with RF / target 42,000
by end of year


9000 comms boxes


Private network on public cellular for backhaul

Other


36 energy management, storage and control units installed


Behind
-
the
-
meter pilots in progress


Street lighting pilot


Variety of sensors deployed along the network


Envision Center in Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky

Indiana


Filed petition in May 2008


Testimony (‘Case in Chief’)
filed September 2008


Hearing scheduled for late
February 2009


Approval could then be mid
-
2009

Ohio


Filed August 2008


Hearing November 2008


Approval could then be April
2009

South Carolina


Cost/Benefit Analysis to be
completed 1
st

Quarter 2009


Timing of filing


To Be
Determined

North Carolina and
Kentucky



2010 timeframe

FIELD DEPLOYMENTS

REGULATORY PROCESS

November 10, 2008

5

Timeline


on track to deliver results

Objectives of Initial Deployment / Pilot Areas:


Test & evaluate technologies


Quantify actual costs and actual benefits


Develop processes and IT solutions necessary to leverage technology deployed


Determine operational support and appropriate workforce & skill set to operate and maintain system


Recommend a deployment strategy to enable Save
-
a
-
Watt


Develop a deployment plan along with regulatory support model for each jurisdiction

End of 2009
, over a quarter
of a million end points

In 2007
, deployed 5,000
intelligent meters and
communication networks
in South Charlotte, 2,500
in Upstate S.C.

May 23, 2008


Indiana regulatory
filing

June 2008
, deliver
architecture for
continued deployment

End of 2008
, deploy
55,000 intelligent
electric meters and
42,000 intelligent gas
meters in Cincinnati

Summer 2008
, begin
opening public
demonstration
centers in N.C., S.C.
and Ohio

November 10, 2008

6

Looking ahead: continue learning from pilots

NC Overview

Ohio Overview


Cost of initial deployments:$20
-
25 million


Number of endpoints: 50,000 el. 42,000 gas


Timeline: Communication equipment and
distribution devices will be installed and connected
in 2008. Meters and in
-
home devices will be
installed beginning April of 2008



Cost of initial deployments:

$4 to $4.5 million


Number of endpoints:

approximately 15,000


Timeline: Deployment of communication technology
began in October ’07 with endpoints connected
January


September ’08.


5,000 endpoints currently installed.


SC Overview


Cost of initial deployments: $2.5
-

$3.0 M


Number of endpoints: ~7,500


Timeline: 2008


first half of 2009


Communication technology deployed
connecting existing and new distribution
assets.


New line sensors deployed


Meters and other endpoints will be installed

November 10, 2008

7

2009 & Beyond

Continue Deployments


146,000 additional intelligent
electric meters and 48,000
additional intelligent gas meters
in Cincinnati in 2009


Will ramp up to ~10,000 meters
per day installation in late ’09
early 2010 pending regulatory
outcomes


4 “green circuits”


Microgrid project in South
Charlotte

Incorporate DG & Renewables


Energy storage and management
/ small residential solar pilot
underway


Duke Energy Solar Village


PPA for 16 MW solar project in
Davidson, NC to be operational in
late 2010


2011


PPA for 100 MW of wind in IN,
operational today


Filed in NC for recovery of $100M
investment in small
-
scale solar


Included provisions in smart grid
filing in IN for recovery of $10M
investment in solar hot water,
small scale wind and solar PV

November 10, 2008

8

Educate Stakeholders with “Hands On” Experience



Duke Energy’s Smart Energy
Center,
Cincinnati, OH
(physical center 7
-
10,000 sq ft)


Smart Energy Center, Raleigh,
NC
-

Advanced Energy
Company partnership (physical
center 4
-
5,000 sq ft)


Duke Energy’s Customer
Resource Center, Charlotte,
NC (physical center, primarily
non
-
residential
demonstrations)


Duke Energy Village Furman
University, Greenville, SC
(Cliffs Cottage, physical home)

Duke Energy’s Envision Center, Cincinnati OH USA

November 10, 2008

9

Envision Center


Self Healing

Discussion/Questions?