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OMS 101. How to survive implementing a new Outage Management System. Dave Blew Public Service Electric & Gas Newark, NJ. PSE&G. 1.9 million electric customers System peak 9,500 MW 4 operating divisions along corridor from New York to Philadelphia 1,400 square miles 75% of population

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OMS 101

How to survive implementing a new Outage Management System

Dave Blew

Public Service Electric & Gas

Newark, NJ


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PSE&G

  • 1.9 million electric customers

  • System peak 9,500 MW

  • 4 operating divisions along corridor from New York to Philadelphia

    • 1,400 square miles

    • 75% of population

  • 2,317 distribution circuits (4/13kV)

  • 540 sub-transmission circuits (26/69kV)


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OMS Products Installed

  • Major components from M3i

    • Call Management (Pragma Up)

    • Connected Circuit Model (Pragma Line)

    • Switching (Pragma Switch)

    • Dispatching (Pragma CAD)

    • Reporting (Pragma Proof)

    • Remote Use (Pragma Web)


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Contractors

  • M3i – OMS application (Montreal, Quebec)

  • ESRI – GIS vendor (Redlands, CA)

    • Minor & Minor - application developer

    • ASI - data conversion

  • CAI – CIS interface

  • DAQ – SCADA interface

  • COE – Change management contractor

  • Performance Edge – training materials

  • Walkabout – Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs)

  • Verizon – CDPD RF service to MDTs


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Benefits

  • Improved operations and dispatching

  • Less paperwork - direct feed from CIS

  • Better information back to customer

  • More details on each outage event

  • Improved storm management

  • Graphical data display


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Critical Issues

  • Project scope

  • Resource drain

  • “Connected Model” completion

  • Transition period

  • Expectations of senior management

  • Training (do not short change)

  • Implementing at the same time as NJ BPU releases formal reliability standards


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Recommendations

  • Get the connected model right

  • Set expectations of executives early on

  • Plan for transition period

  • Do not under estimate stake holder management all throughout project



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