Data reported by:

Eastern Nebraska Public Power District Consortium

Smart Grid Initiative
Recipient information Input
Total number of customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 6,145
Total number of residential customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 5,062
Total number of commercial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project 1,083
Total number of industrial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project
Total number of distribution circuits within utility service territory 68
Total number of distribution substations 20
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 100.00% One-hundred percent.
Portion of distribution system with DA due to SGIG/SGD program
DA devices installed and operational Quantity* Description Cost
Automated feeder switches One-hundred percent of regulator panels have been installed, 48 in Cuming County and 28 in Stanton County. One-hundred percent of the "feeder monitors" (reclosers) have been installed in the substations, 39 in Cuming County and 28 in Stanton County.
Automated capacitors
Automated regulators 76 $228,399
Feeder monitors 67 $1,374,934
Remote fault indicators
Transformer monitors (line)
Smart relays
Fault current limiter
Other devices
SCADA and DA communications network Cost
Communications equipment and SCADA $2,866,716
Distribution management systems integration Integrated Description
AMI
Outage management system
Distributed energy resource interface
Other
Distribution automation features / functionality Function enabled Description
Fault location, isolation and service restoration (FLISR)
Voltage optimization
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.