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APPA National Conference 2005. APPA National Conference 2005. RP3 A Perspective from Two Systems June 21, 2005 – Anaheim, CA. APPA National Conference 2005. Paul A. Jakubczak, P.E., City of Rock Falls Electric Paul H. Allen, P.E., Nashville Electric Service. APPA National Conference 2005.

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RP3 A Perspective from Two Systems

June 21, 2005 – Anaheim, CA


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  • Paul A. Jakubczak, P.E., City of Rock Falls Electric

  • Paul H. Allen, P.E., Nashville Electric Service


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City of Rock Falls

Northwest Corner of Illinois

Population 9,800

Utility Founded in 1895


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City of Rock Falls

5500 Electric Customers

13 Employees

Peak Load 19.2 MW

7 – 1.8 MW Diesel Gensets

2 MW Hydro Facility on the Rock River

20 Miles of Fiber Optic Cable

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City of Rock Falls

All Requirements customer of IMEA

IMEA founded in 1984 with 24 original members

IMEA currently has 29 members with peak load of 630 MW


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Nashville Electric Service

  • 700 m2 service territory -332,800 Customers

  • 12,200 GWh sold in FY04

  • 55.8% of revenue from C&I customers

  • Residential Rates

    • 6.545 ¢ / kWh; $6.01 customer charge


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62 major substations

161 kV and 69kV networked transmission voltages

23.9kV, 13.9kV and4 kV distribution voltages

Secondary network system in downtown

No generation - 22 feed points from TVA

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Nashville Electric Service

  • All-time summer peak 2,474 MW Aug 2000

  • 52,223 new customers added 1994-2004

  • 1,000 employees

  • 5 member volunteer Board


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How To become a

Reliable

Public

Power

Provider


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The RP3 Program Rates Utilities on the following Four Criteria

Reliability

Safety

Training

System Improvement


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RP3 Designations

Diamond100 %

Platinum90 %

Gold80 %

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  • Reliability – 30 %

    • Statistical Tracking

      • SAIDI, CAIDI, ASAI, MAIFI, SAIFI

    • Mutual Aid Participation

    • Disaster Plans


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  • Safety – 25%

    • Safety Manual

    • Safe Work Practices

      • Safety Meetings

      • Safety Incentives

      • AED

    • Benchmarking

      • APPA Safety Contest


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  • Training – 25%

    • Conference and Workshops

    • Continuing Education

      • APPA

      • In-House

      • College, University, On-Line

    • National, Regional, State Committee Memberships


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  • System Improvement – 20%

    • Research and Development

      • DEED, EPRI, IEEE

    • System Betterment


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Rock Falls

Economic Development

Budgetary Justification

Improved Customer Service

Strategic Planning

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Benefits of RP3

  • Nashville

    • Economic Development

    • Provides a level of assurance for Board members

    • Improved Customer Service

    • Employee Satisfaction

    • Management Focus


Reliability nashville

Reliability – Nashville

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  • Service Reliability Indices

    • Outage Management System provides data for all indices for monthly reports

    • We participate in APPA’s Reliability Survey

  • Mutual Aid

    • We have signed APPA’s mutual aid agreement and state law covers emergency and disaster assistance

  • Disaster Plan

    • We have current plans for several disaster scenarios and operational areas

  • Our current operation supports the requirements of this section


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Reliability – Rock Falls

  • Service Reliability Indices

    • We use the APPA/DEED Software to generate our Reliability Indices

  • Mutual Aid

    • We have recently revised and resubmitted our Mutual Aid agreement with our State Agency which in turn submitted them to APPA

  • Disaster Plan

    • The City currently has an outdated disaster plan which we will be working on updating


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Safety - Nashville

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  • Safety Manual

    • We have our own safety manual

  • Safe Work Practices

    • Our Safety section supplied the information for the Safe Work Practices section

    • Compilation of the information took an hour or so

  • Benchmarking

    • We participate in APPA’s Safety Contest

  • Our current operation supports the requirements of this section


Safety rock falls

Safety – Rock Falls

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  • Safety Manual

    • We use the latest version of the APPA safety manual

  • Safe Work Practices

    • We conduct monthly safety meetings which are attended by all employees

    • Meetings are conducted through our state agency which certifies their trainers

    • We currently have four AEDs and will be purchasing two more this budget year

  • Benchmarking

    • We have not entered the APPA safety contest the past couple of years, but we can supply the required OSHA 300 Form


Training nashville

Training - Nashville

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  • This section provided the most value for us

  • All the training activities were listed together for the first time!

  • The list provided an insight into some training needs for our training section

  • It also identified some gaps in our current training activities

  • The training section provided focus for NES’ participation in National, Regional and State associations


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Training - Nashville

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  • Conference & Workshops

    • Sections A & B – APPA Conference & Continuing Education was time consuming due to the way we track some of these items

  • Continuing Education

    • We did not keep track of outside training

    • Other than in-house training we had no master list of other training


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Training - Nashville

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  • National, Regional, and State Committee Memberships

    • We also had no master list of committee memberships

  • As a result of RP3, we have recommended changes in our training operation


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Training – Rock Falls

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  • Tracking

    • Currently by Memory

    • Working on Spreadsheet tracking method

  • Value

    • We have found some Gaps in our Training

    • Working with IMUA to fill throughout state

    • Working with other City Departments


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Training – Rock Falls

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  • We attend APPA and State associations as our budget constraints allow

  • Continuing Education

    • State Association

    • In-house expertise

    • Use of Vendors and Manufacturer Representatives

    • Utilize Free seminars as they pertain to our work


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Training – Rock Falls

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  • Membership

    • State Agency

    • Local Boards


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System Improvement - Nashville

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  • Research and Development

    • We are a member of EPRI through TVA. Our Chief Operating Officer serves on EPRI’s Distribution Advisory Council which allocates some EPRI R&D funds

    • We are a member of TVPPA which has an active R&D committee


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System Improvement - Nashville

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  • System Betterment Measures

    • We submitted a copy of our annual capital budget along with a summary of the significant projects or programs – this information was readily available

    • We listed a recent environmental award for alternative fuel vehicles

    • We listed two process improvement projects that are currently underway

  • Our current operation supports the requirements of this section


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System Improvement – Rock Falls

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  • Research and Development

    • Members of DEED

    • Willingness to get involved with Pilot Projects

      • APPA

      • Vendors


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System Improvement – Rock Falls

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  • System Betterment

    • Not as extensive as Nashville

    • Current Budget Year Projects

    • Planning

      • Short Term 1-3 years

      • Long Term 3-7 years


Summary nashville

Summary - Nashville

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  • The RP3 application process provided value to our organization

  • The sections of RP3 are relevant and important to our operation

  • The RP3 application process was fairly easy for our utility


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Summary – Rock Falls

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  • The RP3 program provided valuable insight into our Utility

    • Training

    • Reliability

  • The RP3 Program can be a good comparison tool for smaller utilities

  • The RP3 program was a good to device to gather all pertinent data from multiple sources


How we ll use it nashville

How We’ll Use it - Nashville

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  • The RP3 designation is anticipated to add to our favorable economic development climate – we’ll include it in our economic development activities

  • RP3 will provide our Board an independent assessment our accomplishments in the four disciplines


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How We’ll Use it - Nashville

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  • RP3 will provide recognition for our employees – we’ll include it in our community outreach activities

  • RP3 will assist in maintaining our focus on providing safe and reliable electric service


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How We’ll Use it – Rock Falls

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  • The RP3 program will be a Great asset for Economic Development data requests

  • The RP3 Program will help with Board justification for expenditures on Capital Improvement projects

  • Employee Recognition

  • The RP3 program will provide a tool for all Utilities to do a check up and comparison with industry standards


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How We’ll Use it – Rock Falls

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  • The RP3 program provides an avenue for utilities to compare different aspects of their operations


Questions

Questions?

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