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United States Smart Grid Investment Grant Utility Spending Detail by Technology
[May 21, 2013]

United States Smart Grid Investment Grant Utility Spending Detail by Technology

NEW YORK, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: United States Smart Grid Investment Grant Utility Spending Detail by Technology http://www.reportlinker.com/p01188016/United-States-Smart-Grid-Investment-Grant-Utility-Spending-Detail-by-Technology.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Electric_power_energy As of May 14, 2013, about 64% ($5.1 billion) of the $8.0 billion in U.S. Smart Grid Investment Grant (SGIG) funds have been spent across 99 projects. Of the amount spent to date, 63% has been spent on Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), 24% on Distribution Automation (DA), 6% on Transmission Systems, and 7% on Customer Systems. Further, 12.3 million smart meters have been installed, 6,835 automated feeder switches, 729 phasor measurement units (PMUs), and 237,340 direct load control devices.

In this Premium Data Set, Zpryme provides a detailed view of how U.S. utilities have used their SGIG funds. A total of 107 utilities are included in the data set. With the data, vendors and utilities can zero-in, at the utility level, on spending on smart meters, distribution management systems, AMI communication networks, DA communication networks, transformer and feeder monitors, and IT hardware, software, and systems. The data also allows users to aggregate total spending across specific investment areas and technology and equipment areas.

Zpryme has conducted a rigorous analysis of the U.S. DOE SGIG project data to ensure vendors and utilities can leverage the data to for business development, benchmarking, marketing, and strategic planning. To make this a truly industry-first dataset for actionable planning, the combined expertise of Zpryme's global research team and Smart Grid Advisory Board provide a concise set of strategic data to capitalize on the U.S. Smart Grid market.


Summary Data Tables in this Data Set Summary of U.S. Smart Grid Investment Grant Project Spending, By Major Investment Area and Equipment/Technology Type (Q1 2010 - Q1 2013 cumulative total) Advanced Metering Infrastructure Distribution Automation Transmission Systems Customer Systems U.S. Smart Grid Investment Grant Project Spending Detail by Utility, By Major Investment Area and Equipment/Technology Type (Q1 2010 - Q1 2013 cumulative total) 107 Utilities Included By Major Investment Area and Technology/Equipment Type U.S. Smart Grid Investment Grant Equipment Detail by Utility (Q1 2010 - Q1 2013 cumulative total) 97 Utilities Included Total Smart Meters Total Automated Feeder Switches Total PMUs Customer in Pricing Programs of U.S. Smart Grid Investment Smart Meter Projects by Utility Total Enrolled and Total Available (Q1 2010 - Q1 2013 cumulative total) 22 Utilities Included Time of Use Pricing Critical Peak Pricing Critical Peak Rebates Variable Rebates Customer Devices Installed and Operational from U.S. Smart Grid Investment Grant Projects by Utility (Q1 2010 - Q1 2013 cumulative total) 32 Utilities Included Total In-Home Displays Total Direct Load Control Devices Total Programmable Controllable Thermostats Total Smart Appliances Technology Spending Areas in this Data Set for each Utility Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Smart Meter AMI Communication and Networks Cost IT Hardware, Systems, and Applications Other Distribution Automation (DA) Automated Feeder Switches Distribution Management System (DMS) Distribution Automation/Substation Communication Networks Substation Transformer Monitor Feeder Monitors Automated Capacitors Automated Regulators IT Hardware, Systems, and Applications Fault Current Limiter Other Transmission Systems PMU PMU Communication Network Advanced Application Line Monitoring IT Hardware, Systems, and Applications Phasor Data Connector Other Customer Systems Direct Load Control IT Hardware, Systems, and Applications Programmable Communicating Thermostats Web Portal In Home Display Smart Appliance Other Utilities Detailed in this Dataset (107) American Transmission Company Avista Utilities Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Black Hills Power Black Hills/Colorado Electric Utility Company CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC Central Lincoln People's Utility District Central Maine Power Company Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power Company City of Anaheim City of Auburn, IN City of Fort Collins City of Fort Collins - City of Fountain City of Fulton, Missouri City of Glendale City of Leesburg, FL City of Naperville, IL City of Ruston, Louisiana City of Tallahassee, FL City of Wadsworth Cleco Power, LLC Cobb Electric Membership Corp Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.

Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Detroit Edison Company Duke Energy Business Services Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC Eastern Nebraska Public Power District Consortium El Paso Electric Company Entergy New Orleans, Inc.

EPB FirstEnergy New Jersey FirstEnergy Ohio FirstEnergy Pennsylvania Florida Power & Light Company Georgia System Operations Corporation Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (Bailey County) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (Big Country) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (Lamb County) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (Lyntegar) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (North Plains) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (Office) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (Rita Blanca) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (South Plains) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative (Taylor) Golden Spread Electric Cooperative(Lighthouse) Guam Power Authority Hawaiian Electric Company Honeywell International, Inc.

Idaho Power Company Indianapolis Power & Light Company Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities ISO-New England Jacksonville Electric Authority Knoxville Utilities Board Lafayette Consolidated Government Lakeland Electric M2M Communications Madison Gas and Electric Company Marblehead Municipal Light Department Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division Midwest Energy Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator Minnesota Power Modesto Irrigation District Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia Navajo Tribal Utility Authority New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, Inc.

New York Independent System Operator, Inc.

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative NSTAR Electric Company NV Energy, Inc.

Oklahoma Gas & Electric Pacific Northwest Generating Cooperative PECO PJM Interconnection, LLC Powder River Energy Corporation PPL Electric Utilities Corporation Progress Energy Service Company - Carolinas Progress Energy Service Company - Florida Public Utility District No. 1 of Snohomish County Rappahannock Electric Cooperative Sacramento Municipal Utility District Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District Sioux Valley Southwestern Electric Cooperative, Inc.

South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation South Mississippi Electric Power Association - CEPA South Mississippi Electric Power Association - MEPA South Mississippi Electric Power Association - PRVEPA South Mississippi Electric Power Association - SMEPA South Mississippi Electric Power Association - SPEPA South Mississippi Electric Power Association - SWEPA Southern Company Services, Inc.

Southwest Transmission - MEC Southwest Transmission - SSVEC Southwest Transmission - SWTC Stanton County Public Power District Talquin Electric Cooperative Town of Danvers, MA Tri-State Electric Membership Corporation Vineyard Power Wellsboro Electric Company Westar Energy Western Electricity Coordinating Council Wisconsin Power and Light Company Woodruff Electric Cooperative To order this report: Electric_power_energy Industry: United States Smart Grid Investment Grant Utility Spending Detail by Technology Contact Clare: clare@reportlinker.com US:(339) 368 6001Intl:+1 339 368 6001 SOURCE Reportlinker http://rt.prnewswire.com/rt.gif NewsItemId=BR17948&Transmission_Id=201305210646PR_NEWS_USPR_____BR17948&DateId=20130521

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