Title Publication Date Publishing Organizationsort descending
Smart Grid Maturity Model: Update 2011 October, 2011 Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
D8: Planners Perform Analytics Using Historical SmartConnect Data December, 2009 Southern California Edison
I2: Utility Manages End-to-End Life-Cycle of the Meter System April, 2006 Southern California Edison
D9 - Utility Manages Utility-Owned Distributed Generation December, 2008 Southern California Edison
I3: Utility Upgrades AMI System to Address Future Requirements April, 2006 Southern California Edison
D10: Field Worker Uses Consolidated Mobile Systems (CMS) for Inspection and Repair Work April, 2009 Southern California Edison
D11: Distribution Operations uses Smart Grid Technology to Enhance Outage Restoration Communications Processes April, 2009 Southern California Edison
D12: Generation Dispatch Utilizes Energy Storage to Balance Renewable Variability April, 2009 Southern California Edison
D13: Power System Automatically Triggers FACTS Devices using Phasor Data to Maintain System Stability April, 2009 Southern California Edison
D14: EMS Uses Online Dissolved Gas Monitoring to Detect Emerging Failures of Transformer Banks and Take Corrective Action April, 2009 Southern California Edison
D15: C-RAS System Monitors System Status and Exerts Control to Maintain System Stability and Prevent Overloads May, 2009 Southern California Edison
Application for Approval of AMI Deployment Activities & Cost Recovery Mechanism July, 2007 Southern California Edison
D16: Utility Uses Phasor Data for Grid Operation, Control and Anaysis May, 2009 Southern California Edison
D18: Utility Uses Dynamic Ratings to Optimize Transmission Throughput May, 2009 Southern California Edison
D19: System Operator Uses Monitoring Data for Condition-based Maintenance Programs May, 2009 Southern California Edison
Testimony Supporting Application for Approval of AMI Deployment Strategy and Cost Recovery Mechanism March, 2005 Southern California Edison
SPP Program Final Report: Additional Control Technologies (ACT) for Small/Medium Commercial Customers April, 2006 Southern California Edison
D20: Utility uses 'Beyond supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)' Data from the Substation to Analyze System Faults May, 2009 Southern California Edison
E2: Utility Procures Energy and Settles Wholesale Transactions Using Data from the SmartConnect System (Updated) January, 2009 Southern California Edison
Preliminary Analysis of AMI Business Case (Revised) January, 2005 Southern California Edison
P1: Utility Provides Services to Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Customer January, 2009 Southern California Edison
P2: Customer Connects Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) to Premise Energy Portal January, 2009 Southern California Edison
P3: Customer enrolls in a Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Demand-Side Management Program January, 2009 Southern California Edison
B1: Multiple Clients Read Demand and Energy Data Automatically from Customer Premises January, 2006 Southern California Edison
B2: Utility Remotely Limits Usage and/or Connects and Disconnects Customer February, 2006 Southern California Edison

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