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JEA Storm Readiness 2006. Florida Public Service Commission Internal Affairs June 5, 2006 Presenter: Ted Hobson, VP, Fuels, Purchased Power & Compliance. System Data. 409,000 electric customers in Duval, Clay, St. Johns and Nassau Counties 700 miles of transmission 240 Kv, 138 Kv, 69 Kv

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jea storm readiness 2006

JEA Storm Readiness2006

Florida Public Service Commission

Internal Affairs

June 5, 2006

Presenter: Ted Hobson, VP, Fuels, Purchased Power & Compliance

system data
System Data
  • 409,000 electric customers in Duval, Clay, St. Johns and Nassau Counties
  • 700 miles of transmission
    • 240 Kv, 138 Kv, 69 Kv
  • 3500 MW, 4 plant sites
  • 100 substations
  • 303,000 water customers in 4 counties
  • 1000 wastewater pump stations
jea and northeast florida
JEA and Northeast Florida
  • Atlantic Coast
  • Some coastal distribution (salt)
  • Have Northeaster experience
  • Consolidated Government -close cooperation
  • Operate in 4 counties, w/EOC participation in all
  • Bigger than many Municipals, smaller than many IOUs.
  • Electric and Water/Wastewater
jea hurricane history
JEA Hurricane History
  • Last direct hit was Dora in 1964
  • 2004 brushes with Jeanne, Frances and Charlie for combined losses of $10M
  • Learned much from providing assistance to others (Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana)
  • Frequent severe summer thunderstorms
  • Occasional winter storm
vegetation management
Vegetation Management
  • Trees in North Florida are significant
  • Three year trim cycle
    • (Changing to 2 ½ year cycle in 2008)
  • Managed by 5 professional Foresters
  • Emphasis on relocation of problem trees
  • Well structured Asplundh contract
    • 25 Crews (100 personnel) normally
    • Additional 25 crews staged prior to storm
jea gis
JEA GIS
  • New ESRI system commissioned April 2006
  • Full representation of electric distribution, water and wastewater facilities
  • Electric transmission complete by late 2007
jea transmission structures
JEA Transmission Structures
  • No backlog of required pole/structure repairs
  • 5000 total structures
  • 1400 wood (mainly 69 KV)
  • 4 year inspection cycle
  • Repair as inspected (except major work)
  • Complete inspection after 2004 storms
  • 2004 storms - little transmission damage
  • JEA substations are all loop fed
  • Integrated transmission ROW mowing and vegetation management
jea distribution
JEA Distribution
  • No backlog of required pole repairs
  • Over 50% of JEA electric customers have underground service
  • All new developments are UG (early 60’s)
  • Most are fed from overhead feeders
  • Very little flooding experience
  • JEA Customer Choice OH-UG conversion option
    • Pilot Program
    • 90% customers in defined boundary agree
    • JEA bills $22/month for 30 years
    • Two projects in progress
jea storm plan
JEA Storm Plan
  • Day-0 (during the storm)
    • Crews in hotels (JEA, Tree, Contract)
    • Selected substations staffed during storm
    • Dispatch directs efforts
    • Reclose up to 30 min
    • Stop work at 40 mph winds (except life threatening emergencies)
    • Meals provided at JEA facilities
  • Day 1- 2
    • Objective is to restore feeder breakers
    • Dispatch directs restoration
    • Engineering teams begin formal damage assessment
    • Meals provided at JEA facilities
    • All crews work 16 hour days
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JEA Storm Plan
  • Day 3 and beyond (feeder breakers have been closed)
    • Work from engineering assessment data
    • Restoration directed from service centers
    • Objective is complete feeder restoration including all laterals
    • Meal Tickets for selected restaurants for mid-day
    • All crews work 16 hour days
jea plan features
JEA Plan Features
  • School Restoration
    • Formal Assessment of each school
    • Rapid restoration
    • Communication with school administration
  • Designation of Essential Intersections
    • Fuel, groceries, restaurants
    • Geographic diversity
    • Communicate with businesses
    • Priority Restoration
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JEA Plan Features
  • Formal process for assessing and restoring traffic control facilities
  • Retired employee contracts
    • Pre-agreed terms
    • Supervise mutual aid crews
    • Do assessments
  • Coordination with wastewater pump stations
  • Strong Coordination with Local Governments
    • Jacksonville Consolidated Government EOC
    • JEA staffs other counties’ EOC