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1.3PG&E’s Smart Grid Vision
1.4PG&E’s Strategic Objectives for its Smart Grid Deployment Plan
1.4.1Engaged Consumers
1.4.3Smart Utility
1.5PG&E’s Smart Grid Projects and Initiatives
1.7PG&E’s SmartMeter™ Platform is Essential to PG&E’s Smart Grid Plan
1.10How PG&E’s Smart Grid Deployment Plan Is Organized and Presented
2.1Introduction
2.2PG&E’s Smart Grid Vision
2.3PG&E’s Definition of the Smart Grid
2.4Drivers of PG&E’s Smart Grid Vision
2.5PG&E’s Smart Grid Vision Restated
2.5.1Engaged Consumers (Smart Customers)
2.5.2Smart Energy Markets
2.5.3The Smart Utility
2.6The Relationship of PG&E’s Smart Grid Vision and Smart Grid Strategy
3.1Introduction
3.2PG&E’s Overall Smart Grid Strategy
3.3PG&E’s Smart Grid Strategic Objectives
3.4Program Area: Engaged Consumers
3.4.1Enable SmartMeter™ Supported Customer Applications
3.4.2Enable Dispatch and Integration of Demand Response Resources
3.4.3Support the Expanding Market for Electric Vehicles
3.5Program Area: Smart Energy Markets
3.5.1Accurately Forecast Market Conditions
3.5.2Integrate and Manage Large-scale Renewable Resources
3.6Program Area: Smart Utility
3.6.1Grid Outage Detection Isolation and Restoration
3.6.2Grid System Monitoring and Control
3.6.3Manage Grid System Voltage and Losses
3.6.4Manage Transmission and Distribution Asset Condition
3.7Program Area: Foundational and Cross-Cutting Infrastructure
3.8Customer Outreach and Education Plan to Support the Smart Grid Strategy
3.9.1Enable SmartMeter™ Supported Customer Applications
3.9.2Enable Dispatch and Integration of Demand Response Resources
3.9.3Support the Expanding Market for Electric Vehicles
3.9.4Accurately Forecast Market Conditions
3.9.5Integrate and Manage Large-scale Renewable Resources
3.9.6Grid Outage Detection Isolation and Restoration
3.9.7Grid System Monitoring and Control
3.9.8Manage Grid System Voltage and Losses
3.9.9Manage Transmission and Distribution Asset Condition
4.1Introduction
4.2Current State of PG&E’s Grid
4.2.1Generation
4.2.2Electric Transmission and Distribution
4.3Smart Grid Baseline Projects
4.3.1Engaged Consumers
4.3.2Smart Energy Markets
4.3.3Smart Utility
4.3.4Foundational and Cross-Cutting Initiatives
4.4Assessment of Privacy Issues
4.5Conclusion
Chapter 5 – Smart Grid-Related Customer Programs
5.1Introduction
5.1.1SmartMeter™-Enabled Information Presentment Tools
5.1.2SmartMeter™-Enabled Time-Varying Pricing Products
5.1.3Customer Energy Efficiency
5.1.4Demand Response
5.1.5Distributed Generation
5.1.6Electric Vehicle Readiness
5.2SmartMeter™-Enabled Information Presentment Tools
5.2.1“My Energy” Web Tools
5.2.2Energy Alerts
5.2.3Home Energy Reports
5.2.4Energy and Carbon Management System
5.3SmartMeter™-Enabled Time-Varying Pricing Products
5.3.1Time-of-Use
5.3.2Peak Day Pricing
5.3.3Peak Time Rebate
5.4Customer Energy Efficiency
5.5Demand Response
5.5.1PeakChoice™
5.5.2Base Interruptible Program
5.5.3Demand Bidding Program
5.5.4Aggregator Programs
5.5.5SmartAC™ Program
5.5.6Technology Incentive Program
5.5.7Automated Demand Response Program
5.5.8Permanent Load Shift
5.6Distributed Generation
5.6.1California Solar Initiative
5.6.2Self-Generation Incentive Program
5.6.3Net Energy Metering
5.6.4DG Policy and Operational Activities
5.7Electric Vehicle Readiness
5.8Empowering Communities
5.9Conclusion
6.1Introduction
6.2Proposed High Priority Smart Grid Roadmap Projects – Selection Criteria
6.4Proposed Smart Grid Roadmap High Priority Projects – Engaged Consumers
6.5Proposed Smart Grid Roadmap High Priority Projects – Smart Energy Markets
6.6Proposed Smart Grid Roadmap High Priority Projects – Smart Utility
6.7Foundational and Cross-Cutting Infrastructure Initiatives
6.8Conclusion
7.1Introduction
7.2Approach
7.3Cost Per Customer
7.4Project Cost Estimates by Program Area
7.5Engaged Consumers
7.6Smart Energy Markets
7.7Smart Utility
7.12Approach
7.13Quantifiable Benefits
7.14Achievement of Energy and Environmental Policy Goals
7.15Engaged Consumer Projects
7.16Smart Energy Markets Projects
7.17Smart Utility Projects
7.18Foundational and Cross-Cutting Infrastructure Initiatives
7.19Discussion of Other Benefits
8.2Outreach Objectives
8.3Overview of PG&E’s Customer Audience
8.4PG&E-Specific Customer Research
8.5Lessons Learned From Past Outreach and Education Efforts
8.6SmartGrid in the Context of Other Customer Awareness and Education Efforts
8.7Planned Outreach and Education Activities
8.8Customer Inquiry
8.9Customer Contact Employee Education and Training
8.10External Organizations and Partnership Outreach
8.11Awareness and Education Outreach – Mass Media
8.12Earned Media Outreach
8.13Online and Social Media
9.1Background
9.2Strategy and Approach Framework
9.3Cyber Security: A Governing Process
9.4Cyber Security: Risk Assessment
9.5Cyber Security: Smart Grid Design and Architectural Approach
9.5.1Design Principles
9.5.2Technology Design: A Layered, Defense-In-Depth Approach
9.5.3Architectural Design Process
9.5.4Individual Component Design Process Viewpoint
9.5.5System-of-Systems Design Process Viewpoint
9.5.6Applying the Design Process to the Smart Grid Initiatives
9.6Physical Security
9.7Privacy
9.7.1PG&E’s Commitment to Customer Privacy Protection
9.7.2Overview of Private Customer Data PG&E Collects
9.7.3Protection of Private Customer Data; Customer Consent
9.7.4Customer Access to Their Private Data
9.7.5Maintaining Customer Data
9.8Conclusion
10.1Introduction
10.2Consensus Interim Smart Grid Metrics
10.3PG&E’s Interim Smart Grid Metrics
10.4Customer/Advanced Metering Infrastructure Metrics
10.5Plug-in Electric Vehicle Metrics
10.6Energy Storage Metrics
10.7Grid Operations Metrics
10.8Review of and Revisions to Interim Metrics
10.9Appropriate Reporting Period
10.10Conclusion
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