|Web portal deployed and operational||Quantity*||Description|
|Customers with access to web portal||0|
|Customers enrolled in web portal||0|
|Customer systems installed and operational||Quantity*||Description||Cost|
|Communication networks and home area networks||N/A||N/A|
|In home displays||0||$0|
|Energy management device||300||Upgrades/ Enhancements: Honeywell (DDC) - controls: Irrigation pumps, Battery chargers, HVAC; Invensys - controls: Building RG, HS, and IW, HVAC pre-cool with global temperature adjustment, Building IWT: Cycle HVAC rooftop units; Alerton -controls: Shuts off three (3) electric water heaters, Shut off non-essential lighting. 3.) Air handling units (AHU) fan speed reduction; Novar Savvy Executive - controls: HVAC cycling units, lighting reduction; Paragon; Controls: Industrial Refrigeration System; Allen-Bradley; Controls: Industrial Processes; NorthStar controls: Fueling System (natural gas); ALC controls: HVAC; Allen Bradley Air separation process machinery; Andover Air handling equipment. Allen Bradley Production Equipment; Schneider VFD on air handling units; Schneider Global set-point adjustment, temperature shut off and non-essential lighting; Automation Direct - Disallow remote Pumping stations, booster and well sites; Alerton- HVAC, Lighting; SCADA Pump Loads; Allen Bradley - Production Line Equipment (Corn System, Flour mixer, flour system; Air Compressors). Allen Bradley Load out Plants, Hot Plant (Asphalt Production Side), Hot Oil Heating Systems. New Installs: Honeywell (DDC); control: HVAC, Lighting, Industrial Process Equipment (including compressed air), Hydraulic Testing Pumps, Industrial Process, Refrigeration; Honeywell C200/Experian - Mixers, Extruders, Grinders, Blowers; Honeywell EBI Disallow remote Pumping stations, booster and well sites. SPARA EMS - Frick Compressors; Evaporative Fans; Brine Ultrafiltration; Evaporative Condenser; Battery Chargers; FEB 270B Compressors; Ice Maker Machines; Ammonia Screw Compressors; Evaporative Units; Ingersoll-Rand 690 Air Compressor; Trane Chiller; Furnace Ovens. TRIDIUM AX BMS - Refrigeration Compressors; Evaporative and Cooling Tower Fans; Lighting Systems; Packaged AC Units; Exhaust Fans. ALC: Lighting Systems, Packaged Air Conditioner Units, Paint Spray Booths, Compressed Air.||N/A|
|Direct load control devices||0||$0|
|Programmable communicating thermostats||0||$0|
|Customer system communication networks||Description|
|Network characteristics within customer premise|
|Pricing program||Customers with access||Customers enrolled||Description|
|Flat rate with Critical Peak Pricing||11||11||The Critical Peak Pricing Program (CPP) rate offers a discount on monthly on-peak demand charges during the summer months. When electricity demand and/or prices climb, SCE may activate CPP events, during which customer energy charges will rise significantly. However, by reducing or rescheduling customer usage to lower demand times of the day during these events, the CPP rate may help lower electric bills.|
|Time of Use Rate||2||2||Time-of-Use Base Interruptible Program (TOU-BIP) rate. This rate is available to customers with monthly demands (aggregated) that reach or exceed 200 kW. Customers must choose a Firm Service Level (FSL) that reflects the amount of electricity they will need to meet operational requirements during a TOU-BIP event. They must also choose a participation option, which is the amount of time (15 or 30 minutes) they need to respond to a TOU-BIP event. In addition, customers must commit to reduce at least 15% of maximum demand but no less than 100 kW during TOU-BIP events.|
|Realtime Rate||3||3||The Real -Time Pricing (RTP) program was designed for businesses and agriculture and pumping stations. This pricing program allows the flexibility for customers to shift or reduce electrical usage when energy costs are highest. Pricing is based on time of day, season, and the prior days temperature. There is no minimum reduction required and RTP is available 24 hours a day. This program is open to all business sizes and industries.|
|Capacity Bidding Program (CBP)||126||126||The Capacity Bidding Program (CBP) is a flexible bidding program in which customers are paid a monthly incentive to reduce load by a predetermined amount during CBP events, with either a day-ahead or day-of notification. Customers may also participate in this program through a Demand Response Aggregator (DRA).|
|Demand Bidding Program (DBP)||42||42||The Demand Bidding Program (DBP) is a voluntary bidding program that offers bill credits against a 10-day baseline for reducing power when a DBP event is called. Customers are informed of events the day before they occur.|
|Demand Response Contracts (DRC)||115||115||The Demand Response Contracts (DRC) portfolio consists of four aggregators, contracted to provide SCE with price-responsive and/or demand response events that SCE may call at its discretion. Each aggregator designs its own programs, and offers demand response program structures and options that may not be directly available through SCE. Customers may select an aggregator with services that best meet their business needs.|
* 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.