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Smart(Dumb)Meter Rollout Plans and Locations

Smart(Dumb)Meter Rollout Plans and Locations

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The .pdf that shows the diabolical plans to install these meters of surveillance and to the demise of an individuals health. Utilities across the country are installing so-called ‘smart’ meters. As a result, bills are skyrocketing, health and safety violations are being reported, and privacy in our homes is being violated. Visit www.stopsmartmeters.org for powerful information and links to the truths behind this.
The .pdf that shows the diabolical plans to install these meters of surveillance and to the demise of an individuals health. Utilities across the country are installing so-called ‘smart’ meters. As a result, bills are skyrocketing, health and safety violations are being reported, and privacy in our homes is being violated. Visit www.stopsmartmeters.org for powerful information and links to the truths behind this.

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www.edisonfoundation.net/IEE 
Utility-Scale Smart Meter Deployments, Plans & Proposals
September 2010
UtilityStateTarget Numberof MetersNotesResourcesAEP
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IN, KY,MI, OH,OK, TX,VA, WV5,200,000AEP plans to deploy smart meters to 5.2 millioncustomers served by their Operating Companies.To-date, AEP’s Indiana Michigan Power (I&M)subsidiary has deployed 10,000 meters to customersin South Bend, IN; AEP Ohio has deployed 100,000in the Columbus OH area; AEP Texas has deployed24,000 meters, with specic plans for another 900,000 installations by 2013; and AEP’s PublicService Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has specic plans for deployment of 13,200 meters in Owasso,OK. Timing for the remaining deployments willdepend on specic conditions in each of the sevenoperating company subsidiaries.AEP CorporateSustainability Report2009
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; AEPOhio.com
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;AEP.com
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Deployment for>50% of end usersDeployment for<50% of end users
This map and table summarize smart meter deployments for mass market customers, planneddeployments, and proposals by investor-owned utilities and large public power utilities. Note that smartmeter deployments by rural electric cooperatives, though extensive, are not included. IEE estimates thatapproximately 65 million smart meters will be deployed by 2020, representing 50% of U.S. households.
 
www.edisonfoundation.net/IEE 
UtilityStateTarget Numberof MetersNotesResourcesAllegheny Power
MD, PA,WV701,000Allegheny launched pilots in Morgantown, WV andUrbana, MD to test smart meters and thermostats(1,140 meters installed). In PA, Act 129 (2008)requires electric distribution companies withmore than 100,000 customers to le a smart meter technology procurement and installation plan for Commission approval. Allegheny's plan to deploysmart meters throughout their service territory wasrejected in October 2009 and a revised smart meter  plan is currently being drafted.Allegheny Power 2008Annual Report
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Allete (d/b/aMinnesotaPower)*
MN8,000Allete plans to invest $3M and deploy 8,000 smartmeters in northeast Minnesota. The utility alsointends to purchase automation equipment and begina dynamic pricing program. $1.5M of the projectcost is covered by federal funds.Minnesota St. PaulBusiness Journal
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Alliant Energy
IA, MN,WI1,400,000Deployment began in WI in 2008, currently 500,000meters are deployed with expected completion by2012emeter.com
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Ameren
IL1,100,000Ameren began their smart meter deployment in2006 and reached 50% of their installation target byJune 2008. Full deployment is expected by 2011-12.Ameren operations in Missouri manage 1M meterscapable of remote readings.smartmeters.com
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Austin Energy
TX410,000Austin Energys smart meter program was approvedin 2008, full deployment is underway and isexpected to reach completion in 2010.greentechgrid.com
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Avista Utilities
ID, WA14,000Avista plans to install 14,000 smart meters inPullman, WA as part of a 5-state demonstration project leveraging DOE SGDG funds.allbusiness.com
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AZ Public Service
AZ1,000,000APS expects completion of their smart meteinvestments in 2012. As of June 2010 over 400,000are already in place in the Phoenix area. APScustomers can enroll in the Time Advantage Plan, atime-of-use (TOU) rate structure.APS news release
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;Arizona Department of Commerce
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Baltimore Gas &Electric
MD1,200,000BG&E began with a smart meter pilot of 3,000meters in 2008 and was awarded $200M in SGIGfunds ($452M total project value) to deploy 1.2Mresidential smart meters, coupled with dynamic pricing. The utility aims to deploy smart metersthroughout their service territory with a plannedcompletion date of 2014. Reimbursement for installation will not occur until 2014 pendingcommission approval.Constellation (BG&E) press release
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;Baltimore Sun
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Bangor Hydro-Electric
ME120,000BHE has deployed 2-way smart meters to 97%of their service territory and plan to completedeployment to the remaining 3% in 2009-10.www.bhe.com
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;Email correspondence(04/17/09)
Black Hills/Colorado ElectricUtility Co.
CO98,500Black Hills has installed 56,500 smart meters andintends to install an additional 42,000 meters alongwith supporting communications infrastructure intheir service territory, bringing the total number of installed smart meters to 98,500. The utility received$6.1M in SGIG funds ($12.2M total project value).smartgrid.tmcnet.com
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www.edisonfoundation.net/IEE 
UtilityStateTarget Numberof MetersNotesResourcesBlack Hills Power
SD69,000Black Hills Power will install a total of 69,000meters within its service territory by Spring 2011,with 40,000 installed by the end of 2010. The utilitywas awarded $9.6M in SGIG matching funds toinstall smart meters, upgrade ICT infrastructure, andother equipment. The infrastructure upgrades willalso benet customers in MN.smartgrid.tcmnet.com
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CenterPoint
TX2,200,000CenterPoint Houston received approval in 2008to install an advanced metering system across itsservice territory, and was awarded $200M in SGIGfunds ($639M total project value) to support thedeployment effort. As of June 30, 2010 CenterPointhad installed 450,000 meters.CenterPoint 2008Annual Report
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; Navigant Consulting
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Central MainePower Company
ME650,000Central Maine Power Company intends to installa smart meter network for all customers in their service territory. The utility was awarded $96M inSGIG funds ($192M total project value) to assistwith the planned installation.Central Maine Power Company press release
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Central VTPublic Service/VTTransco
VT300,000Central VT Public Service/VT Transco intends toexpand the number of installed smart meters from28,000 to 300,000. The utility was awarded $69M($138M total project value) in SGIG funding for themeter installation and the development of additionaldemand response programs.CVPS press release
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Cheyenne Light
WY38,000Cheyenne Light plans to install 38,000 smart metersand make communication upgrades in and aroundCheyenne, WY. The utility was awarded $5M inSGIG funding.PR Newswire article
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Cleco Power
LA277,000Cleco Power intends to install a smart metenetwork for the utility’s entire service territory pending approval from the Louisiana Public ServiceCommission. $20M in SGIG funds ($72.9M total project value) was awarded to the utility.newsbanner.com
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CommonwealthEdison
IL130,000ComEd is running a pilot in the greater Chicagoarea with 130,000 smart meters installed in homes.An 8,000 household subgroup is testing differentdynamic pricing, in-home display, and web-portal- based information options.ComEd PowerPointPresentation, IEESeptember 2010meeting.
Connecticut Light& Power
CT1,200,000CL&P has led plans to deploy smart meters to all1.2 million of its customers between 2012 and 2016.Under the plan, all CL&P customers can selectdifferent dynamic pricing structures: TOU and CPPrates for all customers, and PTR for low incomecustomers only.CL&P website
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ConsolidatedEdison
 NY1,500Con Ed is piloting a $6M smart grid program innorthwest Queens. 300 eligible customers will testin-home displays that monitor energy usage byappliance.Con Ed press release
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ConsumersEnergy
MI1,800,000In November 2008 Consumers signed an agreementwith IBM to help plan, deploy, and test an AMI andeld pilot network. By 2015 the utility anticipatesconverting its 1.8M electric customers to smarttechnology.smartgridnews.com
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