|Total number of customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project
|Total number of residential customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project
|Total number of commercial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project
|Total number of industrial customers served by utility / utilities supporting the project
|Total number of AMI smart meters installed and operational prior to the SGIG/SGD program
|AMI smart meters installed and operational
|AMI smart meter features operational
|# of meters with feature
|AMI communication networks and data systems
|Backhaul communications description
|Meter communications network
|Sensus FlexNet operates on 900 MHz FCC licensed exclusive-use (unshared) frequencies. The Sensus FlexNet AMI system is a RF point to point system installing 7 communication towers (TGB) in City of Lakeland's substations. Customers within Lakeland’s service territory will have their existing meter replaced with a new AMI smart meter. The AMI meters will connect to Lakeland's extensive fiber optic system providing fast, cyber secure transmission of meter data to the AMI Head End software.
|Head end server
|Sensus FlexNet - Regional Network Interface (RNI) The Sensus FlexNet RNI receives meter data via fiber and forwards data to the MDMS through the ESB. AMI headend system will collect all meter data and alerts and will pass the data to back office system.
|Meter data analysis system
|Other IT systems and applications
|None at this time
|Web portal deployed and operational
|Customers with access to web portal
|Customers enrolled in web portal
|Harris - MeterSense Customer|Connect - Lakeland Electric has secured services from a new portal vendor (Harris\SmartWorks), their CustomerConnect (C|C) Portal solution was chosen to replace Sensus’ FlexNet Home. CustomerConnect is a product that offers a high degree of functionality for Lakeland Electric and was developed with Harris\SmartWorks for the needs of Lakeland’s customers.
|Customer systems installed and operational
|Communication networks and home area networks
|In home displays
|Energy management device
|Direct load control devices
|Programmable communicating thermostats
|Customer system communication networks
|Network characteristics within customer premise
|Customers with access
|We are still in the process of implementing the Pre-Pay functionality and are waiting for a software upgrade to be made available by our current CIS vendor. However, there are no customers that have access or are enrolled.
|Monthly Customer Charge $8.00 Energy Charge: 1,000 kWh or less 4.882¢ per kWh 1,001 to 1,500 kWh 5.382¢per kWh More than 1,500 kWh 5.882¢ per kWh Fuel Charge 4.135¢ per kWh Environmental Charge 0.2348¢ per kWh Smart Grid Charge 0.014¢ per kWh
|Time of Use Rate
|Customer Charge: $15.00 pre-Smart Meter $ 8.00 once Smart Meter installed STANDARD 2-PERIOD TOU RATE Energy Charge: On-Peak: 11.504¢ per kWh Off-Peak: 1.746¢ per kWh Fuel Charge: On-Peak: 4.8917¢ per kWh Off-Peak: 3.7215¢ per kWh Environmental Charge 0.2348¢ per kWh Smart Grid Charge 0.014¢ per kWh TRIAL 3-PERIOD TOU RATE Energy Charge: On-Peak: 11.130¢ per kWh Off-Peak: 2.435¢ per kWh Mid-Peak: 7.420¢ per kWh Fuel Charge: On-Peak: 5.0819¢ per kWh Off-Peak: 3.8828¢ per kWh Mid-Peak: 3.9903¢ per kWh Environmental Charge 0.2348¢ per kWh Smart Grid Charge 0.014¢ per kWh
* 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.