A collaboration of:
The Smart Grid Journey
At OGE Energy Corp
Kevin Jackson
OGE Energy Corp
• About OG&E
• Our History with SAP
• Smart Grid Program Objectives and Goals
• Meter Deployment and Billing
• Demand Resp...
3
Enogex and Centerpoint Midstream Partnership
• 8.3k miles of pipeline
• 6 processing plants
• 23B cubic feet of natural ...
Slide 4
• Went live with R/3 January 1, 1997
o SD, PM, MM, FICO, HR, PS (2008)
• Spring 1996 delivered business requirements to SA...
CEO Goal
Defer building more fossil fuel
generation until 2020 or beyond
Slide 6
Slide 7
(CC) SublimeDharma on Flickr (CC) Valard LP
Additional wind generation Build transmission to deliver wind energy I...
• Meter Operational Savings
o Meter Reading $15M/Yr
o 300,000 reconnect/disconnect orders/yr – reduced truck rolls
o 200,0...
Slide 9
• Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)
Digital meters for all customers 15 min interval reads
Remote reconnect a...
• February 15, 2010 –
First meter set in Norman, OK
• 200 per day at first
• Ramped up to around 2000+ per
day over a 3 ye...
2010 184,000 meters
2011 314,000 meters
Meter Deployment+
2012 299,000 meters
• Weekly Meter Deployment population file
o Population file used by meter installation vendor to plan and schedule meter d...
• Once smart meter installed, no meter reader used
• Custom programs created to satisfy meter reading document for billing...
Demand Response Background
Slide 14
Quail
Creek
• 25 Customers
• Acceptance
• Energy Awareness
2010 Study
• 3,000 Customer...
New Dynamic Pricing Options Offered
Slide 15
• Hours: 2 – 7pm, Monday - Friday
• Summer Season (June – September)
• Custom...
• Enrollment
o 3rd party portal makes web service call to SAP to verify last 4 of SSN
o Rate changed in SAP
o PCT Installa...
Price Signals
Slide 17
Voice Message
Home Energy Report
Slide 18
MyOGEPower.com
Slide 19
Smart Grid Screens in SAP
Slide 20
Existing Custom Screens Modified
Slide 21
Slide 22
VPP and Technology Impact
• Leave existing disconnect processes in place
o Existing processes included Business Workflows and programs to generate P...
• Ratchet volume up or down
depending on need
o Critical Operations Protector
Disconnect/Reconnect
Capabilities
Slide 24
• SAP will attempt to remotely provision service
• After 2 failed attempts to provision meter, order is sent to mobile
dis...
Trap Orders in
SAP Table
Slide 26
• Don’t disconnect rail road crossings
o Eyes on accounts before disconnects start
• OK to start disconnects
o Table entry...
• Disconnect all Move-Outs that do not have a corresponding Move-In
• If existing disconnect document exists at the time o...
• Nearly 800,000 meters deployed in 3 years time
• All customers billed “on-time” during meter deployment
• Demand Respons...
A collaboration of:
Kevin Jackson
OGE Energy Corp
jacksokm@oge.com
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  1. 1. A collaboration of: The Smart Grid Journey At OGE Energy Corp Kevin Jackson OGE Energy Corp
  2. 2. • About OG&E • Our History with SAP • Smart Grid Program Objectives and Goals • Meter Deployment and Billing • Demand Response • Remote Reconnect/Disconnect Questions Our Journey
  3. 3. 3 Enogex and Centerpoint Midstream Partnership • 8.3k miles of pipeline • 6 processing plants • 23B cubic feet of natural gas storage 3 OGE Energy Corporation Electric Utility • 9 power plants: 6.8 GW • 778 MW - wind • 765k customers in OK & AK • 30k square mile service area • 23k miles of overhead distribution lines • 500 substations • 1100 distribution circuits
  4. 4. Slide 4
  5. 5. • Went live with R/3 January 1, 1997 o SD, PM, MM, FICO, HR, PS (2008) • Spring 1996 delivered business requirements to SAP to develop utility specific CIS • Spring 1997 delivery of IS-U Beta v0 o One of 6 Beta companies world wide • Live with IS-U-CCS June 14, 1999 o IS-U v1.1B, R/3 3.0F o 3 Month Roll Out • Currently running ECC 6.0 EHP6 o We do not use CRM, EDM, SAP’s AMI @ Slide 5
  6. 6. CEO Goal Defer building more fossil fuel generation until 2020 or beyond Slide 6
  7. 7. Slide 7 (CC) SublimeDharma on Flickr (CC) Valard LP Additional wind generation Build transmission to deliver wind energy Increased focus on energy efficiency Deploy SmartGrid technology
  8. 8. • Meter Operational Savings o Meter Reading $15M/Yr o 300,000 reconnect/disconnect orders/yr – reduced truck rolls o 200,000 move-in/out orders/yr – reduced truck rolls • Net Headcount Reduction: 135 • Customer Participation Goals o 20% penetration o 1.3kW per customer • Avoided Generation Cost: $287M (15 Yr NPV) • Energy Reduction (VVO): 75 MW • Reliability: 30% SAIDI reduction o DA Societal Benefits $300 M/Yr OGE Smart Grid Program Goals Slide 8
  9. 9. Slide 9 • Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Digital meters for all customers 15 min interval reads Remote reconnect and disconnect 2-way communications • Demand Response (DR) Programs Dynamic pricing In-home technology Customer engagement • Distribution Automation (DA) Technologies • Automated switching • Volt–VAr Optimization • Centralized control - DMS • All enabled through integrated wide area communications network, IT systems and supporting business processes OG&E Smart Grid Includes DA DR AMI
  10. 10. • February 15, 2010 – First meter set in Norman, OK • 200 per day at first • Ramped up to around 2000+ per day over a 3 year period • Meter Deployment officially ended in December of 2012 Meter Deployment By the Numbers Slide 10
  11. 11. 2010 184,000 meters 2011 314,000 meters Meter Deployment+ 2012 299,000 meters
  12. 12. • Weekly Meter Deployment population file o Population file used by meter installation vendor to plan and schedule meter deployment • Black Out Window (Dunning disconnects and billing) • SAP Serialization program to consume meter vendor data • Automated meter installation program written to install meter in SAP • Sync program to MDMS system • Based upon what meters were installed per day, SAP generated Location Information File which would sync with AMI system SAP Development to Support Deployment Slide 12
  13. 13. • Once smart meter installed, no meter reader used • Custom programs created to satisfy meter reading document for billing • Normal register reads • Demand response using daily register reads • Calling MDMS using interval data for demand response • Interval meter data used for complex tariffs • Goal - no estimation to generate electric bill • Meter Deployment plan allowed us to read and bill customers with no interruption to billing schedule Billing with Smart Meters Slide 13
  14. 14. Demand Response Background Slide 14 Quail Creek • 25 Customers • Acceptance • Energy Awareness 2010 Study • 3,000 Customers • Reduced Peak • Segment Results • Acceptance • Technology • Dynamic Pricing 2011 Study • 6,000 Customers • Commercial Results • Critical Price Results 2012 Roll-Out • ~40 K Customers • 70 MW • ROI Marketing • Penetration Testing 2012 and beyond • 20% Penetration • 210 MW • New Pricing Products • Value Added Products
  15. 15. New Dynamic Pricing Options Offered Slide 15 • Hours: 2 – 7pm, Monday - Friday • Summer Season (June – September) • Customers receive day-ahead price via in-home display, web, text, email, voice message • Tariff is optional • Customer decides how to respond & manage consumption Residential Variable Peak Price Tariff Price Time of Day $0.46 $0.113 $0.045 12:00 a.m. 3:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m. Customer Demand Line $0.23
  16. 16. • Enrollment o 3rd party portal makes web service call to SAP to verify last 4 of SSN o Rate changed in SAP o PCT Installation • Daily Price Signals o Pricing from fuels department o SAP jobs run to store daily price o Price signals for voice, SMS, email  72,000 sent in 1.5 hours o AMI vendor calls SAP web service to get price o OGE.com calls SAP via web service to get price DR Enrollment and Dynamic Pricing Slide 16
  17. 17. Price Signals Slide 17 Voice Message
  18. 18. Home Energy Report Slide 18
  19. 19. MyOGEPower.com Slide 19
  20. 20. Smart Grid Screens in SAP Slide 20
  21. 21. Existing Custom Screens Modified Slide 21
  22. 22. Slide 22 VPP and Technology Impact
  23. 23. • Leave existing disconnect processes in place o Existing processes included Business Workflows and programs to generate PM orders to reconnect/disconnect service o Programs running to look at device category to determine if the order should be sent to the field or queued in SAP to provision remotely • Additional considerations for Dunning • Additional considerations for Vacancy Reconnect/Disconnect Remote Reconnect/Disconnect Slide 23
  24. 24. • Ratchet volume up or down depending on need o Critical Operations Protector Disconnect/Reconnect Capabilities Slide 24
  25. 25. • SAP will attempt to remotely provision service • After 2 failed attempts to provision meter, order is sent to mobile dispatch system o 99.3% successfully provision from SAP • Emergency reconnect process Successful Provisioning Slide 25
  26. 26. Trap Orders in SAP Table Slide 26
  27. 27. • Don’t disconnect rail road crossings o Eyes on accounts before disconnects start • OK to start disconnects o Table entry made when it’s okay to start letting dunning disconnects fly • Moratorium o Company wide, by state, by service district • Additional requirements before disconnecting Arkansas service Considerations for Dunning Slide 27
  28. 28. • Disconnect all Move-Outs that do not have a corresponding Move-In • If existing disconnect document exists at the time of move-in • Move-in/out reads satisfied by daily register read Considerations for Move-In/Out Slide 28
  29. 29. • Nearly 800,000 meters deployed in 3 years time • All customers billed “on-time” during meter deployment • Demand Response growing to 120,000 planned by end of 2014 • 350,000 Remote disconnects • 343,000 Remote reconnects • 1 Million Move-in/Out Reads At a glance Slide 29
  30. 30. A collaboration of: Kevin Jackson OGE Energy Corp jacksokm@oge.com

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