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LRS Update Meeting. LRS Participants and Profiling Working Group October 27, 2005. Agenda. Process update Sample Point Reconciliation Interval Data Validation – TDSP’s Interval Data File Delivery – CR’s Action Plan. Sample Point Reconciliation. Sample point installation summary report

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Lrs update meeting

LRS Update Meeting

LRS Participants and

Profiling Working Group

October 27, 2005


Agenda

Agenda

  • Process update

    • Sample Point Reconciliation

    • Interval Data Validation – TDSP’s

    • Interval Data File Delivery – CR’s

  • Action Plan


Sample point reconciliation

Sample Point Reconciliation

  • Sample point installation summary report

    • Summary of primary and replacement points installed by TDSP, profile type, weather zone, and stratum number

    • Status indicates if cell is fully installed, no. of points to install and whether replacements are available.

    • CSV file sent to TDSP’s


Sample point reconciliation1

Sample Point Reconciliation

Sample point installation Summary Report

Only TDSP’s with outstanding installs were sent this report however any TDSP can request this report.


Lrs sample point replacement guidelines

LRS Sample Point Replacement Guidelines

  • Once an (LRS) IDR has been installed, a sample point may be replaced for the following reasons:

    • Unsafe conditions / vicious animals

    • Demolition / service removed / ESI ID status changed to Inactive

    • De-energized for 6 or more consecutive months after IDR installed

    • Competitively-owned NIDR meter is to replace (LRS) IDR at Premise

    • ESI ID’s Profile Type is out of scope (e.g., BUSIDRRQ, NMLIGHT, NMFLAT)

    • Customer request for (LRS) IDR removal

    • Premise switches to OMR

    • The sample is terminated or refreshed by ERCOT.

  • ERCOT LRS documents can be found at:

    • http://www.ercot.com/Participants/loadresearchsampling.htm


  • Sample point reconciliation2

    Sample Point Reconciliation

    • Interval data cuts were compared with ‘ValidIDRCut’ events from the tracking log. Existing cuts and events have been reconciled.

    • Queries to detect LRS database inconsistencies such as:

      • Recorder ID is active, sample point has been removed

      • Recorder install date is earlier than Sample Point start date (excluding TXUED legacy sample points.)


    Interval data validation

    Interval Data Validation

    • October 1, 2004 00:00 was chosen as the start of the analysis period because approx. 80 % of the IDR installations were complete at this time.

    • The analysis start date may move until enough validated data is available to perform the analysis.

    • Most validation reports begin with this date/time.

    • Data prior to this time has been retained but will not be validated and loaded into C/S LodeStar.


    Interval data validation1

    Interval Data Validation


    Interval data validation2

    Interval Data Validation

    • The following validations are performed prior to loading into C/S LodeStar.

      • Received LS file cuts with no recorder in the LRS Recorder table

      • Valid recorders with no data received

      • Recorder indicated as removed but still receiving data

      • Cuts that are overdue or contain gaps.

      • Look for Service History changes in Profile Type, Weather Zone or Status (de-energized greater than 6 months.)


    Ls cuts with no installed rec

    LS Cuts with No Installed Rec

    • Rec ID File Name Interval nterval File transfer Date

    • IN LSFile Start Dt End Dt

    • 1 TDSP_200411230925.ls 25OCT04:08:46 23NOV04:01:00 23NOV2004:15:16:07

    • 1 TDSP_200501240107.ls 22DEC04:01:31 24JAN05:01:00 24JAN2005:15:15:47

    • 1 TDSP_200412270036.ls 23NOV04:01:01 22DEC04:01:30 27DEC2004:15:15:30

    • 1 TDSP_200502220045.ls 24JAN05:01:01 22FEB05:00:30 22FEB2005:15:15:20

    • 1 TDSP_200504250106.ls 24MAR05:01:01 25APR05:00:30 25APR2005:15:15:31

    • 1 TDSP_200503240104.ls 22FEB05:00:31 24MAR05:01:00 14APR2005:16:43:56

    • 1 TDSP_200505250158.ls 25APR05:00:31 25MAY05:01:00 25MAY2005:15:15:33

    • 1 TDSP_200507061205.ls 25MAY05:01:01 02JUL05:00:45 06JUL2005:15:15:55

    • 1 TDSP_200507260110.ls 02JUL05:00:46 26JUL05:01:00 26JUL2005:15:15:40

    • 1 TDSP_200508240806.ls 26JUL05:01:01 24AUG05:01:00 24AUG2005:15:15:35

    • 1 TDSP_200509301426.ls 24AUG05:01:01 27SEP05:01:00 30SEP2005:15:16:00

    • 2 TDSP_200410151108.ls 30SEP04:11:16 01OCT04:09:00 15OCT2004:15:15:51

    • 2 TDSP_200410151108.ls 13SEP04:16:46 30SEP04:11:15 15OCT2004:15:15:51

    • 2 TDSP_200410151108.ls 30AUG04:01:01 13SEP04:16:45 15OCT2004:15:15:51

    • 3 TDSP_200501101353.ls 04JAN05:11:31 10JAN05:08:30 11JAN2005:15:15:41

    • 3 TDSP_200501310038.ls 10JAN05:08:31 31JAN05:00:15 31JAN2005:15:15:41

    • 3 TDSP_200501310038.ls 10JAN05:08:31 31JAN05:00:15 31JAN2005:15:15:41

    • 3 TDSP_200503020651.ls 31JAN05:00:16 02MAR05:00:15 02MAR2005:15:15:29

    • 3 TDSP_200504010054.ls 02MAR05:00:16 01APR05:00:30 14APR2005:16:45:24

    • 3 TDSP_200505020045.ls 01APR05:00:31 02MAY05:00:30 02MAY2005:15:15:34

    • 3 TDSP_200506030626.ls 02MAY05:00:31 02JUN05:01:15 03JUN2005:15:15:23

    • 3 TDSP_200507010735.ls 02JUN05:01:16 01JUL05:01:00 01JUL2005:15:15:26

    • 3 TDSP_200508030026.ls 01JUL05:01:01 02AUG05:01:15 03AUG2005:15:15:23


    Recorders with no interval data

    Recorders with No Interval Data

    • ESIID Recorder Id Install Date Removal Date

    • 85352 152429 08JUN2004:00:00:00 19AUG2004:00:00:00

    • 102884 152721 01JUN2003:00:00:00 .

    • 106784 152868 01JUN2003:00:00:00 .

    • 122306 158722 03AUG2005:00:00:00 .

    • 122922 158745 23AUG2005:00:00:00 .

    • 123514 154182 09SEP2004:00:00:00 10SEP2004:00:00:00

    • 96318 155083 09AUG2004:00:00:00 10AUG2004:00:00:00

    • 96694 158457 02OCT2004:00:00:00 .

    • 96894 158521 30SEP2004:00:00:00 .

    • 97492 158489 17SEP2004:00:00:00 .

    • 97650 158497 19AUG2004:00:00:00 .

    • 97770 158500 01OCT2004:00:00:00 .

    • 84046 156358 12NOV2004:00:00:00 .

    • 77224 158751 22SEP2005:00:00:00 .

    • 78200 156362 19NOV2004:00:00:00 .

    • 78826 156363 30NOV2004:00:00:00 .

    • 79312 156365 01NOV2004:00:00:00 .

    • 78382 158750 21SEP2005:00:00:00 .

    • 80846 156369 02NOV2004:00:00:00 .

    • 81448 158748 07SEP2005:00:00:00 .

    • 77708 158729 08AUG2005:00:00:00 .


    Lrs overdue data report

    LRS Overdue Data Report

    • ESIID Recorder Id Stop Date Days Overdue

    • of Last Cut

    • 76322

    • 153526

    • 24MAY05:08:45 153.1

    • _________________________________________________________

    • 76638

    • 153904

    • 07JUL05:09:00 109.1

    • _________________________________________________________

    • 76656

    • 153908

    • 09SEP05:10:45 45.1

    • _________________________________________________________

    • 76668

    • 153899

    • 26AUG05:10:45 59.1

    • _________________________________________________________

    • 76678

    • 158601

    • 06SEP05:11:15 48.0

    • _________________________________________________________


    Lrs gap report

    LRS Gap Report

    • ESIID Recorder Id Gap Begin Date Gap End Date Gap Days

    • 76622

    • 154430

    • 04FEB05:09:01 14JUL05:23:59 160.6

    • ____________________________________________________________________________

    • 84882

    • 152508

    • 22DEC04:11:31 24JAN05:23:59 33.5

    • 25JAN05:00:01 25JAN05:12:45 0.5

    • ____________________________________________________________________________

    • 85142

    • 153528

    • 21DEC04:12:16 24JAN05:13:45 34.1

    • ____________________________________________________________________________

    • 85146

    • 153984

    • 24JUN05:18:01 25JUL05:23:59 31.2

    • 26JUL05:00:01 26JUL05:15:45 0.7

    • ____________________________________________________________________________

    • 113010

    • 154738

    • 15NOV04:00:16 14DEC04:01:00 29.0

    • 16AUG05:00:16 21SEP05:01:15 36.0

    • ____________________________________________________________________________


    Sample maintenance report

    Sample Maintenance Report

    • See Excel handout.


    Interval data validation3

    Interval Data Validation

    • C/S LodeStar is used.

      • Interval Data is input (D110)

      • Validation tests are run (X210)

      • Outage, Zero, and NonNormal messages that are below the tolerance levels do not cause a cut invalid status so these messages are deleted.

      • The time intervals covered by the Zero messages are compared with the corresponding status in the ESI ID Service History table. The zero messages with a corresponding active status are retained.

      • Output simplified messages to Excel file.


    C s lodestar time conventions

    C/S LodeStar Time Conventions

    • LS file header record date format is: "MMDDYYhhmm".

    • C/S LodeStar rounds the Start Time down by 1 minute and adds "00" seconds. For example, an input cut start time of 09/16/04 12:50 results in a LodeStar time of 09/16/04 12:49:00.

    • The cut end time is set at 1 sec before the interval end time so the end time seconds are "59". For example, an input cut end time of 11/12/04 14:00 results in a LodeStar time of 11/12/04 13:59:59.


    Validation tests

    Validation Tests

    • Internal and External Validation

    • Current Tolerances for Internal Validation

      • ENERGY 0.98 1.02 (Energy Discrepancy Test)

      • OUTAGE 96 (Uncorrected Power Outages Test)

      • NON-NORMAL 15 (Non-Normal Intervals Test)

      • ZERO 288 (Zero Intervals Test)

      • SPIKE 10 50% (Spike Intervals Test)

      • HIGH 999.99 1 (High Interval Demand Test)

      • LOW 0 (Low Interval Demand Test)


    Interval data validation4

    Interval Data Validation

    Sample of Validation Report

    Internal,TDSPNoCBHCA10021,10032789400841590,11/15/04-00:00:00,11/18/04-08:29:59, (INTERNAL) ENERGY DIFFERENCE

    (M - I): 21044.593 RATIO (M/I): 1.668

    Outages,TDSPNo,CBHSA10013,10032789442773231,11/18/04-09:00:00,11/30/04-13:14:59, OUTAGES: 216 @ 11/18/04-09:14:59

    Spike,TDSPNO,CBLSA10091,10032789487888760,11/23/04-11:30:00,12/29/04-15:14:59, SPIKE: 1 @ 12/27/04-08:29:59

    Zeros,TDSPNo,CBLSA10141,10032789414456080,10/04/04-15:30:00,11/03/04-14:44:59, ZEROS: 1488 @ 10/15/04-13:59:59


    Validation tests1

    Validation Tests

    • Energy Discrepancy Test

      • The cut’s energy usage based on its meter readings is compared with the energy usage calculated from the interval data values. If the cut fails the energy discrepancy test, the following validation message is written.

      • (INTERNAL) ENERGY DIFFERENCE (M - I): 70904.634 RATIO (M/I): 1.604


    Validation tests2

    Validation Tests

    • Uncorrected Power Outages Test

      • The number of consecutive intervals with status codes = ‘1’ must not exceed the limit specified by the OUTAGE parameter in the Validation Environment File. If the number of consecutive uncorrected power outages exceeds the limit, the test fails and the following validation message is written.

      • OUTAGES: nnnn @ 09/22/04-14:29:59 where nnnn is the number of consecutive uncorrected power outages.


    Validation tests3

    Validation Tests

    • Number of Intervals Test

      • The actual number of data intervals in a cut must correspond to the difference between the cut’s start-time and stop-time. If the expected number of intervals does not equal the recorded number of intervals, the test fails and one of the following validation messages is written.

      • (INTERNAL) COMPUTED STOP TIME: 12/27/04-12:29:59 4 INTERVAL(S) SHORT

      • (INTERNAL) COMPUTED STOP TIME: 01/01/05-02:59:59 12 INTERVAL(S) LONG


    Validation tests4

    Validation Tests

    • Non-Normal Intervals Test

      • The number of consecutive intervals with non-normal status codes must not exceed the limit specified by the NON-NORMAL parameter.

      • A non-normal status code is defined as a value of ‘2’ to ‘9’. If the number of consecutive non-normal status codes exceeds the limit, the test fails and the following validation message is written.

      • NON-NORMAL: nn @ 06/28/04-00:14:59

      • Where nn is the number of non-normal intervals


    Validation tests5

    Validation Tests

    • Spike Intervals Test

      • The cut must not include any abnormally high peaks or “spikes”. Both the number of peaks to be averaged within a cut and a percentage not to be exceeded are defined by the SPIKE parameter. If the spike test fails, the following validation message is written.

      • SPIKE: 1 @ 10/27/04-10:14:59 1 @ 10/27/04-09:59:59


    Validation tests6

    Validation Tests

    • High Interval Demand Test

      • The number of intervals with an abnormally high demand must not exceed the limit defined by the HIGH parameter in the Validation Environment File. If the HIGH test fails, the following validation message is written.

      • HIGH DEMAND: 10 @ 08/24/04-17:59:59 24 @ 08/25/04-16:14:59 7 @ 08/26/04-1


    Validation tests7

    Validation Tests

    • Low Interval Demand Test

      • The number of intervals with an abnormally low demand must not exceed the limit defined by the LOW parameter the Validation Environment File. If the LOW test fails, the following validation message is written.

      • LOW DEMAND: 10 @ 08/24/04-17:59:59


    Validation tests8

    Validation Tests

    • Zero Intervals Test

      • The number of consecutive intervals in a cut whose values are 0.0 may not exceed a limit specified by the ZERO parameter. If the ZERO test fails, the following validation message is written.

      • ZEROS: 672 @ 08/09/04-13:14:59


    Validation tests9

    Validation Tests

    • Current tolerances for External Validation

      • Time 15 15 (Recording Period Match Up Test)

      • Meter 2 1 (Meter Reading Match-Up Test)


    Validation tests10

    Validation Tests

    • Recording Period Match Up Test

      • The stop-time of the current cut and the start-time of the following cut must be within the underlap (gap) and overlap tolerances specified on the TIME parameter. If the stop-time of the current cut is less than the start-time of the following cut an underlap exists and the following validation message is written to the validation message file.

      • (EXTERNAL) TIME UNDERLAP: 3974 INTERVAL(S)

      • If the stop-time of the current cut is greater than the start-time of the following cut and they do not fall within the same interval, an overlap exists and the following validation message is written.

      • (EXTERNAL) TIME OVERLAP: 3974 INTERVAL(S)


    Validation tests11

    Validation Tests

    • Meter Reading Match-Up Test

      • If meter readings exist for the cut series, the meter-stop-reading of the current cut and the meter-start-reading of the following cut must be within the underlap and overlap tolerances specified in the METER parameter. If the meter-stop-reading of the current cut is less than the meter-start-reading of the following cut, an underlap exists. If the size of the underlap is greater than the limit specified in the METER parameter, the cut fails and the following validation message is written.

      • (EXTERNAL) METER UNDERLAP: x UNITS

      • where x = size of the underlap.

      • If the meter-stop-reading of the current cut is greater than the meter-start-reading of the following cut, an overlap exists. If the size of the overlap is greater than the limit specified in the METER parameter, the cut fails and the following validation message is written.

      • (EXTERNAL) METER OVERLAP: x UNITS

      • where x = size of the overlap.


    Validation tests12

    Validation Tests

    • Merge Attribute Match-Up Test

      • The unit-of-measure and seconds-per-interval fields for the current cut must be equal to the corresponding fields for the following cut. If either of these fields is not equal, the cut fails the test and one or more of the following validation messages are written.

      • (EXTERNAL) UNIT OF MEASURE DISCREPANCY

      • (EXTERNAL) SECONDS-PER-INTERVAL DISCREPANCY: n1 FOLLOWED BY n2


    Validation discussion

    Validation Discussion

    • Suggestions to improve the reports?

    • Frequency to receive reports? (i.e. weekly, monthly, quarterly)

    • Would the TDSP’s prefer the validation reports in quarterly pieces or everything at once?

    • Other issues?


    Ercot first contacts

    ERCOT First Contacts

    • AEP – Bill Boswell (512) 248-3169 [email protected]

    • CenterPoint – Diana Ott (512) 248-3934 [email protected]

    • TXU ED – Ron Hernandez (512) 248-6523 [email protected]

    • Sharyland and TNMP – Adrian Marquez (512) 248-3915 [email protected]

    • Nueces – Theresa Werkheiser (512) 248-6551 [email protected]


    Interval data file delivery cr s

    Interval Data File Delivery – CR’s

    • Only cuts that pass internal and external validation are delivered

    • Current data covers period from 10/01/04 to approximately 12/31/04.

    • No totalized cells are included in the current data

    • Both CSV and LSE formatted files delivered to CR mailboxes.

    • Environment file delivered that links the encrypted Recorder_Id's (used in the interval data files) to the sample point cell specified by Profile Type, Weather Zone, Stratum, and Service Voltage

    • All three files have been pre-pended with the CR DUNS+4 and the delivery date/time.


    Interval data file delivery cr s1

    Interval Data File Delivery – CR’s

    • As a prerequisite for receiving LRS files from ERCOT, each CR will have downloaded the current FTP Replacement client with an updated digital certificate

    • Use FTP Replacement protocol (ReceiveALL) to download files

    • Call ERCOT Help Desk if you have problems (512) 248-6800


    Interval data file delivery cr s2

    Interval Data File Delivery – CR’s

    CSV Format

    Normal Day (4 placeholder commas at end of record)

    AEFG4567,20040422,96,0.21,0.2,0.19,0.18,0.17,0.17,0.16,0.16,~~~~~,0.19,0.31,0.3,0.29,0.28,0.27,0.26,0.25,,,,

    Spring DST Day (8 placeholder commas at end of record)

    ABCD12345,20040404,92,0.22,0.22,0.21,0.2,0.2,0.19,0.19,0.18,~~~~~,0.29,0.29,0.28,0.27,,,,,,,,

    Fall DST Day (0 placeholder commas at end of record)

    AKLM4567,20041031,100,0.22,0.21,0.2,0.2,0.19,0.19,0.18,0.18,~~~~~,0.31,0.31,0.3,0.29,0.28,0.27,0.25,0.24,0.24,0.23,0.24,0.23

    First Day of Cut (‘n’ placeholder commas at beginning of record based on cut start time)

    ANOP1234,20004112,96,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,0.13,0.2,0.2,0.2,~~~~~,0.37,0.36,0.36,0.35,0.33,0.32,0.31,0.3,,,,

    Last Day of Cut (‘n’ placeholder commas at end of record based on cut stop time)

    AQRS4567,20041221,96,0.21,0.21,0.2,0.2,0.19,0.19,0.18,0.18,~~~~~,0.06,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


    Interval data file delivery cr s3

    Interval Data File Delivery – CR’s

    Sample of Actual Data – CSV Format

    154357,100104,96,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,0.06,0.695,0.145,0.17,0.13,0.12,0.12,0.1,0.18,0.17,0.18,0.77,0.07,0.855,0.13,0.955,0.885,0.445,1.035,1.23,0.685,0.97,1.63,0.95,2.135,2.19,1.855,1.8,2.16,1.58,2.165,1.38,1.895,1.265,1.86,1.175,1.86,1.27,1.575,1.69,1.205,1.825,1.09,1.11,1.735,1.15,1.03,1.36,1.315,0.975,1.135,1.575,0.985,0.86,1.355,1.235,0.675,,,,

    154357,102904,96,1.025,0.83,0.595,0.84,0.95,0.685,0.38,0.84,0.26,0.67,0.74,0.23,0.785,0.24,0.855,0.265,0.815,0.235,0.8,0.22,0.76,0.2,0.82,0.24,0.845,0.33,0.62,0.34,0.43,0.765,0.6,1.275,2.055,0.895,0.875,0.275,0.85,0.53,0.615,0.96,0.33,1.005,0.785,0.495,0.905,0.91,0.41,0.945,1.105,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    * Each row contains data for a 24 hour day (except DST days.)

    * Start and end interval times are positional


    Interval data file delivery cr s4

    Interval Data File Delivery – CR’s

    • .LSE file format

      • .LSE file format is also a .CSV format

      • .LSE file format documentation will be sent if requested

    Sample of Actual Data – LSE Format

    00000001,154357,1,20041001094500,20041029121459,Y,Y

    00000002,1517.0,3903.1,1.0,0.0,0.005,0.0,900,1,0,-1,,,

    00000003,

    00000004,20051013115925000,M

    10000000,0.0599999986589, ,,0.69499998446554, ,,0.144999996759, ,,0.1699999962002, ,,0.12999999709427, ,,0.11999999731779, ,,0.119999997


    Action plan

    Action Plan

    • Based on the analysis start date of October 1, 2004, we are closing-in on 1 year of data.

    • Immediate tasks:

      • Continue to build and document processes

      • Load replacement cuts

      • Build LodeStar CNTL files to totalize 100% sampled cells

      • Build CNTL files to move validated cuts to ELDB

      • Build analysis CNTL and ENV files

    • Next steps:

      • Current profile model assessments by Profile Type and Weather Zone

      • Sample design and sample point selection for Round 2

      • Build new profile models.


    Action plan1

    Action Plan

    This Action Plan is contingent upon ERCOT and the TDSP’s resolving data validation issues by year end.

    • Early December: Schedule a conference call to discuss on-going data validation and delivery issues

    • End of 2005: Resolve all data issues covering 1 year of data.

    • 03/31/06: Analysis of current profile models complete.

    • 04/30/06: Sample Point selection for round 2 complete.

    • 06/30/06: Complete profile model building.


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