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Multiple States (cont.)

Duke Energy – Utility of the Future

Project description

Planned enhancements

South Charlotte – 14,700 smart meters w/PLC

Upstate S. Carolina –  >7,000 smart meters w/PLC and RF

Cincinnati, Ohio – 50,000 smart meters w/PLC

36 energy management, storage and control units installed

Microgrid project in South Charlotte

146,000 more smart meters in Cincinnati in 2009, ramping up to 10,000 meters/day in Ohio pending regulatory approval

Docket No. 43501: Smart meters with PLC and wireless communications for all 800,000 of its meters in Indiana, IP-based distribution system communications (e.g., line sensors, capacitor banks), distribution automation including circuit breakers and electronic reclosers, switched capacitor banks and voltage regulators, enhanced sectionalization and self-healing technology, $10 million for solar thermal, PV and small-scale wind (5-yr capital costs-$435.89 million; 20-yr NPV B/C-$365.08 million)

Sources: David Mohler, Duke Energy, Grid Week 2008 presentation (9/08); Duke filings in Indiana Docket No. 43501.

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