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Advanced Metering Infrastructure Phase I Summary & Status Settlement Party Briefing February 15, 2006 Advanced Metering Infrastructure Phase I Summary & Status Settlement Party Briefing February 15, 2006 © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 1 www. sce. com/ami

SCE AMI Directional Cost/Benefit (August 2005) q Address fundamental cost drivers for last business SCE AMI Directional Cost/Benefit (August 2005) q Address fundamental cost drivers for last business case Ø Telecom network coverage, performance, reliability and system management Ø Meter failures and life-cycle performance Ø Interoperability & system security Ø End-to-end data management q Re-evaluate Aug 1 st added functionality Ø Interface to A/C load control thru PCT Ø Remote service turn on/off q Identify additional uses for system based on tangible customer and business value q Develop new conceptual estimate of overall business case AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 2

Conceptual AIM System SCE AIM system seeks to leverage a 2 -way communications infrastructure Conceptual AIM System SCE AIM system seeks to leverage a 2 -way communications infrastructure with 5 million intelligent devices on our distribution network for our customers directly and our operations. AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 3 Illustrative Example

AMI Phase I AMI Program will use a multi-phased approach to development and deployment AMI Phase I AMI Program will use a multi-phased approach to development and deployment of a next generation advanced metering infrastructure over a 7 ½ year timeframe. Phase I 18 Mos. 12/2005 Phase II 18 Mos. 6/2007 AIM Requirements, Design & “Design”Concept Proof of & “Design& Proof of Concept ” Proof of Concept Phase III A 12 Mos. 12/2008 © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 12/2009 Business Case in Chief Application Beta Product Development Field Pilot & Pilot 5/2013 Full Deployment Meter Trade & Business Process Feasibility Studies Design & System Dev Cost/Benefit Analyses Conceptual Processes Final Business Case Cost/Benefit Analyses & Systems Reqs AMI Program Phase III B 42 mos. Pre Deployment Activities 4

Utility Driven Meter Development Challenges Achieve the right balance among Marketability, Functionality and Openness Utility Driven Meter Development Challenges Achieve the right balance among Marketability, Functionality and Openness Develop a specification that is supported by multiple meter and communications vendors and is commercially viable in the NA utility market Marketability Leverage Open. AMI, Intelligrid, Gridwise, CEC PCT, ANSI & other standards and reference design initiatives Engage other utilities & vendors in development process to generate interest and feedback Openness Functionality Durable open design that will support a solid positive business case that provides customer value AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 5

Phase I Program Scope External Engagement System Design Regulatory Stakeholder Engagement Business & Functional Phase I Program Scope External Engagement System Design Regulatory Stakeholder Engagement Business & Functional Requirements Technology Advisory Board Industry Standards Technology Development Vendor Engagement Technology Evaluation Reference Architecture Trade-off Analysis Vendor Product Bench Testing Utility Collaboration Cost/Benefit Analysis Preliminary Business Case & Regulatory Application AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 6

AMI Phase I Summary Schedule Oct-05 Jan-06 Apr-06 System Requirements, Architecture & Design Define AMI Phase I Summary Schedule Oct-05 Jan-06 Apr-06 System Requirements, Architecture & Design Define AMI Requirements AIM Conceptual Architecture Reference Design Cost/Benefit Analysis Preliminary Dynamic C/B Model Development Preliminary Cost/Benefit Analysis Feasibility and Trade-Off Analysis Final Business Case Vendor & Technology Assessment Vendor Communication & Collaboration Component/Feasibility Technology Trials RFI Part I - Conceptual Feature Set Monitor Vendor's Alpha Product Development RFI Part II - Business Requirements Beta Product Testing at SCE AMI System RFP Utility & Industry Engagement Utility Outreach Technology Advisory Board External Communications Tentative Phase II Regulatory Preparation Application for Phase II Motion to schedule Phase II Hearings Pre-Hearing Conference Possible Settlement Discussions AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 7 Jul-06 Oct-06 Jan-07 Apr-07

AMI Program Status (through Jan 31 2006) Key Milestones Date Phase I Kick-off Nov AMI Program Status (through Jan 31 2006) Key Milestones Date Phase I Kick-off Nov 2005 CPUC Phase I Approval Status Dec 2005 AMI Technology Vendor Screen Q 1 2006 Business & Functional Requirements Q 2 2006 Conceptual System Architecture Q 2 2006 AMI Technology Evaluation Q 2 2006 Conceptual Feasibility Q 3 2006 Phase II Regulatory Application Q 4 2006 Beta Product Selection Q 1 2007 Preliminary Business Case Q 2 2007 Has Been Met Expect to Meet Undetermined At Risk Not Met Accomplishments q Launched AMI Program formally on Nov. 7 th q CPUC Approval (5 -0) on Dec. 1 st q Began requirements workshops (75% complete) q Screening RFI for AMI Technology released to vendors worldwide Ø Results back on Dec. 16 th exceeded SCE’s expectation in terms of vendor interest and activity on next generation development including alignment with SCE Ø AMI products should be available in 2006 for bench testing q Technology Advisory Board launched, 3 rd meeting held Feb. 2 q Initiated formation of a utility consortium regarding AMI product standards – initial list represents US and international utilities representing over 75 million meters AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 8

AMI System Design AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 9 AMI System Design AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 9

System Design: Business Use Cases (Scenarios) SCE Brainstorming Billing & Customer Service Customer Interface System Design: Business Use Cases (Scenarios) SCE Brainstorming Billing & Customer Service Customer Interface Delivery Energy Procurement Field Services / System Recovery Multiple clients read demand energy data automatically from customer premises Customer reduces demand in response to pricing event Distribution operator curtails customer load for grid management Real-time operations curtails (or limits) load for economic dispatch (ES&M) AMI system recovers after power outage, communications or equipment failure Utility remotely limits or connects/ disconnects customer Customer reads recent energy usage and cost at site Distribution operators optimize network based on data collected by the AMI system Utility procures energy and settles wholesale transactions using data from the AMI system Utility detects tampering or theft at customer site Customer uses pre-payment services Customer provides distributed generation Multiple clients use the AMI system to read data from devices at customer site Distribution operator locates outage using AMI data and restores service Meter reading for gas & water utilities AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison Installation & Maintenance Utility installs, provision and configure the AMI system - - Utility upgrades AMI system to address future requirements - 10 - Utility maintains the AMI system over its entire lifecycle - -

AMI System Design Overview Business Need 4 Conducted several innovation sessions to identify potential AMI System Design Overview Business Need 4 Conducted several innovation sessions to identify potential business value 4 Studied recent utility experience in creating value from AMI systems 4 Consultant input on value from AMI systems 4 Conduct 40 AMI workshops 4 Develop 18 use cases 4 Develop highlevel patterns 4 Develop Component Architecture 4 Generate functional requirements 4 Map requirements to components 4 Generate nonfunctional requirements 4 Iteratively refine component architecture 4 Use Case analysis 4 Develop catalog of standards and technologies 4 Develop Logical (4+1) Architecture 4 Develop highlevel integration architecture 4 Map technologies and standards to components 4 Develop subsystem cost thresholds 4 Test architecture against use 4 Determine tradecases off criteria 4 Publish Platform 4 Select standards Independent and Model technologies for estimation 4 Prepare cost estimates & benefits 4 Prioritize requirements AMI System scope is the meter and related communications AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 11 4 Describe subsystem boundaries and performance limits 4 Refine to level of detail required to communicate with vendor community 4 Develop Platform Specific Model 4 Prepare next cost estimates & benefits

System Design: Process for Developing Requirements Cost Tradeoff Teams · Field Services · Demand System Design: Process for Developing Requirements Cost Tradeoff Teams · Field Services · Demand Response · Energy Procurement · Call Center · Tariffs & Programs · Billing · IT · Job Skill Training · Customer Account Management · Marketing & Communications · Meter Services · Procurement · T&D Workshop Preparation Intelligrid , Open AMI , Use Case , SCE BRainstorming Requirements Teams · · · Billing and Customer Service Customer Interface Energy Delivery Energy Procurement Field Services / System Recovery Meter Installation and Maintenance Narratives merged , Refined 18 Use Cases Workshops : · 1 -2 scenarios in agenda scope depending on complexity · 4 hours per workshop Megalead , Facillitator tune to SCE Terminology , approach Workshop Agenda Prior Requirements Work Products # TBD Functional Requirements Open. AMI Requirements Work Shop Minutes Non Functional Requirements / Criteria Prior Cost Tradeoff Items © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison Action Items Department to Requirement & Cost Tradeoff Coorelation Affirmed / Appended Cost Tradeoff Candidates Workshop Execution AMI Program Cost Tradeoff Workshops 12 Post Workshop Execution

Requirements Determination & Evaluation Business Need Functional Requirement Remote Service Turnon/turn-off Labor savings, Reduced Requirements Determination & Evaluation Business Need Functional Requirement Remote Service Turnon/turn-off Labor savings, Reduced UFE & Improved Customer Service Remote Controllable Premise Level Switch Feature Benefits Functional Attribute • Switch adjustable to service (e. g. , 200/100 A) • Remotely Programmable • On-board and remotely triggerable • Component hardware housed under the meter cover • $$ • Credit/Payment • $$$ • Customer • Satisfaction Costs • $$ • Call Center © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison • Dimensions • Weight • Performance rating • Temperature rating • Latching speed • Shielding requirements Benefit Values • Field Services AMI Program Technical Requirements 13 Trade-off Analysis $ Component $ System $ Ongoing O&M $ Total

AMI Technology Assessment AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 14 AMI Technology Assessment AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 14

Technology Assessment/Procurement Plan Identify Potential Vendors Worldwide Initial Candidate Vendor Screen Jan 06 Candidate Technology Assessment/Procurement Plan Identify Potential Vendors Worldwide Initial Candidate Vendor Screen Jan 06 Candidate Vendor Due Diligence Vendor Development Screen Business Requirements Gap Analysis Beta Product Testing Beta Product Selection AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison Goal: Competitive commercial products available from at least three meter and three communication vendors that meet SCE’s minimum requirements for performance and price by the end of Phase I Objectives: q Proactively engage in a close collaborative process with selected vendors with the most promising products in development q Rationalize the number of vendors that SCE wants to engage on product development q In recognition of long procurement cycle (3 -4 years), provide on-ramp for promising products and off ramp for non-performing products q Ensure level playing field for relevant vendor information such as requirements, architecture and future procurements 15

Candidate Vendor Identification Technology Market Structure (representative vendor list) Technology Assessment Focus 132 Solicitations Candidate Vendor Identification Technology Market Structure (representative vendor list) Technology Assessment Focus 132 Solicitations Sent • 57% North American Firms • 43% International 32 Qualified Responses Received AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 16

SCE AMI Technology Assessment Approach (A Lev lig el nm 1 en t) (V SCE AMI Technology Assessment Approach (A Lev lig el nm 1 en t) (V Lev ali el da 2 tio n) ID “Next Gen” development (L Due Diligence Reviews Q 1 -’ 06 L 1 Key Criteria: - Functional Capabilities - Product Timing - Commercial availability - 3 X 3 Interoperability - 2 -way - Reliability & Availability - Security - Serviceability - HAN Capabilities - WAN Options - Target price range - MTTF - Other AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison Q 2 -’ 06 Product Availability & Testing L ab ev Te el 3 st in g) (F Le ie ve ld l 4 Te st ) Q 4 -’ 06 L 2 Key Criteria: - Design Development - Production Capabilities - Financial Condition - Processes: Business / Development Manufacturing (NPI) - Supply Chain - Small Requirements Gaps - Other 17 ul Le l D ve ep l lo 5 ym en t (F ) Phase II L 3 Key Criteria: - Successful Lab Test - Added functionality - Flexibility - Commercial Terms - Other Phase III

Initial RFI Observations – Significant Market Developments 2004 q q q q 17 Responses Initial RFI Observations – Significant Market Developments 2004 q q q q 17 Responses received Very little new product development No Home Area Network capabilities Very limited load control interface No integrated disconnects Not remotely programmable / upgradeable Predominately 1 -way fixed RF communications Very limited interoperability 2006 q q q q q AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 18 32 Responses received All are working on “Next Generation” technology 17 indicated an integrated HAN in development 12 indicated development of integrated disconnect Most communications in development are 2 -way and RF peer-to-peer networks Most are incorporating remote software upgrade capability Vast majority of vendors expect to commercial product by year-end 2006 for test California & Ontario are no longer alone in AMI – Texas, New York and others are pursuing it Several AMI procurements are currently on the street or in evaluation – (e. g. , SDG&E, Portland G&E, Nstar, LIPA, TXU) Market is moving to a more sophisticated AMI product based utility needs and underlying component technology capabilities

External Engagement AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 19 External Engagement AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 19

External Engagement q Utility Consortium Ø Organized within the existing international standards body, UCA® External Engagement q Utility Consortium Ø Organized within the existing international standards body, UCA® International Users Group. UCA® is the parent organization to Open. AMI Ø Open. AMI charter has a role defined for an utility advisory board to provide feedback related to utility needs and application of reference design work products Ø Focus of group is on expedited review and adoption of existing standards/reference design work from Open. AMI, and various related group (EEI, IEEE, ANSI, Intelligrid, and Gridwise) Ø Proposed charter jointly developed by UCA® and SCE (reviewed by Law) Ø Potential charter members represent over 75 million meters worldwide: • • • SDG&E PG&E Ed. F DTE Xcel Energy Alliant - AEP - Con. Ed - TXU - Hydro. One - Pacific. Corp - Hawaiian Electric - FPL - National. Grid - LIPA - Exelon - BCHydro - Entergy q Technology Advisory Board Ø Objective is to leverage existing reference design and standards efforts for SCE Ø Membership: • • • Carnegie Mellon University: Dr. R. Tongia CEC PEIR/Lawrence Berkeley Labs: D. Watson Open. AMI: R. Bell Intelligrid/EPRI: J. Hughes Gridwise Architecture Council: S. Widergren IEC/EDF: R. Schomberg AMI Program © Copyright 2006, Southern California Edison 20 AMI technology & policy & Asia insights CEC demand response research AMI reference design effort Utility systems interoperability & security DOE smart grid reference architecture International standards & European insights