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City of Anaheim

Model for Small and Midsize Utility Districts around the United States
Recipient information Input
Total number of customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 313,207
Total number of residential customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 83,569
Total number of commercial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 88,524
Total number of industrial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 141,114
Total number of AMI smart meters installed and operational prior to the SGIG/SGD program
AMI smart meters installed and operational Quantity* Cost
Total 7,198 $822,346
Residential 7,198
Commercial
Industrial
AMI smart meter features operational Feature enabled # of meters with feature
Interval reads 1 7,198
Remote connection/disconnection Yes 6
Outage detection/reporting Yes 7,198
Tamper detection N/A
AMI communication networks and data systems Description Cost
Backhaul communications description SmartSynch's Advanced Communication Network delivers superior communication coverage... $824,618
Meter communications network The SmartSynch SmartMeter components work in conjunction to become an intelligent...
Head end server SmartSynch's Transaction Management System (TMS) is a highly scalable enterprise-grade...
Meter data analysis system
Other IT systems and applications

* In some circumstances, costs are incurred before devices are installed resulting in a reported cost where the quantity is zero.

* All dollar figures are the total cost, which is the sum of the federal investment and cost share of the recipient (the recipient cost share must be at least 50% of the total overall project cost).

** In some cases the number of entities reporting is greater than the total number of projects funded by the Recovery Act because some projects have multiple sub-projects that report data. View list of sub-projects.

Recipient information Input
Total number of customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 313,207
Total number of residential customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 83,569
Total number of commercial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 88,524
Total number of industrial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 141,114
Total number of distribution circuits within utility service territory 112
Total number of distribution substations 12
Portion of distribution system with SCADA prior to SGIG/SGD program
Portion of distribution system with distribution automation (DA) prior to SGIG/SGD program
Electric distribution system % Description
Portion of distribution system with SCADA due to SGIG/SGD program 0.00%
Portion of distribution system with DA due to SGIG/SGD program 0.00% The existing project area has various amounts of switch automation (DA) installed,...
DA devices installed and operational Quantity* Description Cost
Automated feeder switches 101 DA devices consist of switch (both overhead and underground) motor operators and overhead protective reclosers which are remotely monitored and controlled via SCADA. The reclosers are used to automatically sectionalize faulted feeder sections without the ... $2,785,270
Automated capacitors 14 $398,000
Automated regulators
Feeder monitors 0 $0
Remote fault indicators 14
Transformer monitors (line)
Smart relays 0
Fault current limiter
Other devices
SCADA and DA communications network Cost
Communications equipment and SCADA $754,253
Distribution management systems integration Integrated Description
AMI
Outage management system The key component of integration between AMI and our Outage Management System...
Distributed energy resource interface
Other
Distribution automation features / functionality Function enabled Description
Fault location, isolation and service restoration (FLISR) No
Voltage optimization No
Feeder peak load management
Microgrids
Other functions

* In some circumstances, costs are incurred before devices are installed resulting in a reported cost where the quantity is zero.

* All dollar figures are the total cost, which is the sum of the federal investment and cost share of the recipient (the recipient cost share must be at least 50% of the total overall project cost).

** In some cases the number of entities reporting is greater than the total number of projects funded by the Recovery Act because some projects have multiple sub-projects that report data. View list of sub-projects.