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  • Electric Service Handbook - Pepco

    The voltage rating of appliances must correspond to the service voltage specified by the Company. If the customer is moving equipment from one site to another, make sure the voltage requirement for that equipment corresponds to the service voltage before operating it. Where voltages are dissimilar, ‘Step-Up/Step-Step Down’[...]

  • Projects | California High Voltage Electrical Contractors

    Metering Section with provisions for PG&E meters, PT’s and CT’s provided installed by PG&E. 1ea. Aux section consisting of PT’s , CPT, AC and DC panels, 48v Batteries, DC Battery Charger. ... Medium Voltage Wire Replacement Project. Description of ... Switchgear Installation, Maintenance and Replacement. We are also a full service ...[...]

  • Distributor Line Card Medium-voltage products Global ...

    Medium-voltage products Global product offering Distributor Line Card ABB offers a wide range of medium-voltage products to the Distributor channel, including distribution automation relays, instrument transformers and sensors, fuses and switches, outdoor apparatus, secondary switchgear and service…[...]

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  • PG&E 2017 Per Unit Cost Guide - caiso.com

    Metering Low Impact factors: Medium Impact factors: High Impact factors: Units per unit per mile ... DTT transmitter per PG&E's terminal IT interface equipment ... Installations at 500kV are rare for generation interconnection projects in PG&E's service area and good cost data is not available. PG&E will have to develop 500 kV cost on a case-by ...[...]

  • PG&E Net Metering FAQ | Your Energy Solutions

    PG&E Net Metering FAQ. What is Net Metering? Net Metering (NEM) is the system PG&E uses to credit you for solar production. NEM is based on the amount of energy your system produces relative to the amount of electricity your consumes. Your account receives a “True Up” once a year, but you are sent monthly reports that offer a ...[...]

  • Greenbook Manual Online

    TD-027911B-004 PG&E Metering and Service Connections For Non-PG&E Owned Steel Streetlight Poles With Antenna and Communication Equipment (PDF, 1.2 ) TD-027911B-005 PG&E Electric Service and Metering For Communication Company Equipment and Antennas on Non-PG&E Wood Poles (PDF, 473 KB) 5.4.2. Meter Cabinet Enclosure Clearances (PDF, 3.3 )[...]

  • PG&E Distribution Interconnection Handbook

    TD-2999B-030 Technical Requirements for Electric Service Interconnection at Primary Distribution Voltages (PDF, 357 KB) (The document specifies the technical requirements for all customers requesting electric service at one of PG&E's primary distribution voltages. This includes generation only customers with no load or minimal load.)[...]

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    (e) Equipment Protection and Grounding: Customer shall provide and install protective cabinets or other approved enclosures for all meters and metering equipment in accordance with SR-405 page 5 of 10 when required by TEP/UES. Meter sockets and all related metering enclosures and equipment shall be grounded in compliance with the[...]

  • Current Transformer Metering | CT Metering | Overview | B ...

    Eaton's B-Line series current transformer metering product line includes CT rated meter sockets, CT enclosures, CT mounting bases, combination CT enclosure / meter sockets, test switches and transockets that are designed to meet customers’ needs in a variety of applications, and are suited for many utility specifications.[...]

  • Primary vs. Secondary Metering - Electric power ...

    Feb 11, 2010· Once did primary metering for about 1.5MW of load, but over 1MW of that load was over 13 miles from the metering point, secondary just wouldn't do. But for the typical 1.5MW load I wouldn't have ever given primary metering a first thought, let alone tried to work out the economics.[...]

  • Medium Voltage Equipment - American Midwest Power

    Medium Voltage Equipment 5kv-38kv Medium Voltage Metal Enclosed Switchgear American Midwest Power’s Metal Enclosed Load-Interrupter Switchgear provides a secure, convenient method for switching and overcurrent protection of high-voltage cable systems.[...]

  • Black Diamond Energy Storage Summary - Pittsburg

    Power Conversion Equipment: consisting of bi-directional inverters with 480V AC output, and a medium voltage (MV) transformer which steps the voltage up to 21 kV. Interconnection Equipment: overhead electric line, metering , controls, disconnects and relay equipment specif ied by PG&E.[...]

  • Medium Voltage Products | ABB

    Medium voltage products and solutions for the utility, industrial and commercial customers with safe and smart technologies for the distribution of electricity. ... Data Care, which is an advanced data-sharing and backup service for protection and control relays.[...]

  • Power energy meters, monitoring equipment and software

    Power energy meters, monitoring equipment and software From the moment power enters your facility to the instant it is used by a process, tenant or equipment, Eaton's complete family of industry-leading power management products - metering devices, protective relays, communications hardware and software - will monitor, analyze, measure and control.[...]

  • Primary and Secondary Electrical Distribution Systems

    Primary and Secondary Electrical Distribution Systems Critical Facilities Round Table 12th Quarterly Membership Meeting June 2, 2006 David D. Roybal.[...]

  • Siemens Low/Medium Voltage - Product Portfolio

    22,000 AIC Rated, Suitable for use only as service entrance equipment. 100A, 125A, 150A, 200A and 320A continuous ratings available. Load center options include 8 space panel with feed through lugs and 12, 16, 24, 30 and 40 space panels. 400A Max, 320A Continuous Meter socket options include, non-bypass and test block bypass versions.[...]

  • Meeting Continuous Power Needs - POWERGrid International

    A typical 10 MW medium voltage power project, for example, would take five to six days to fully commission and test before being ready for operation, and about half of that time to fully decommission. Whether in PG&E’s or some other utility’s service territory, most …[...]

  • Electric power distribution - Wikipedia

    Electric power distribution is the final stage in the delivery of electric power; it carries electricity from the transmission system to individual consumers. Distribution substations connect to the transmission system and lower the transmission voltage to medium voltage ranging between 2 kV and 35 kV with the use of transformers. Primary distribution lines carry this medium voltage power to ...[...]

  • EUSERC

    EUSERC provides meter service equipment manufacturers with product feedback. EUSERC members are employees of electric utilities in the United States of America. The electric utility professionals are usually from the following fields: service planning, inspection, standards, & metering.[...]

  • UTILITY SERVICE ENTRANCE STANDARDS - NB Power

    of the Utility Service Entrance Standards. e) For all entrances larger than 200A, the electrical contractor must supply the Utility with a drawing showing the physical layout of the service entrance equipment including main disconnect, meter socket, instrument transformer cabinet, splitters, sub-metering, etc. 6. SUPPLY VOLTAGES[...]

  • Electrical Design Manual - United States Department of ...

    chapter 1: general requirements . 1.1 purpose (1)[...]

  • Line to Ground Voltage Monitoring on Ungrounded and ...

    and impedance grounded systems have specific issues that impact proper application of metering equipment. Voltage transformers are especially prone to misapplication. ... Line to Ground Voltage Monitoring on Ungrounded and Impedance Grounded Power Systems. Get connected to power ... Line to Ground Voltage Monitoring on Ungrounded and Impedance ...[...]

  • Metering Meter mounting & distribution equipment

    Today, we are one of the largest manufacturers of quality meter mounting equipment in the United States, and continue to drive innovation through new product engineering and services. Within this catalog, you will find the following products to support residental and commercial metering applications. • Single Meter Sockets • Meter Mains and ...[...]

  • Resolution Template - docs.cpuc.ca.gov

    This agreement between PG&E and TBC is a limited exception to the existing E-19P Medium General Demand-Metered TOU Service primary voltage class tariff, and does not replace any portion of the tariff. The agreement addresses TBC’s payment to PG&E for unmetered electricity. PG&E and TBC agree to apply the retail E-19T Medium[...]

  • Leadership — EUSERC

    TBA, Section 400 Chairperson, Medium Voltage Metering & Service Equipment. CONTACT DIRECTLY. Section 400 General discussion. TBA, Section 500 Chairperson, Alternative Generation. CONTACT DIRECTLY. Section 500 General discussion. ... N.E.M.A., State of California Public Utilities Commission, Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. & California ISO. WE ...[...]

  • High Voltage Products | ABB

    ABB offers a complete range of the most competitive and innovative high-voltage products (50 - 1200 kV) on the market. This includes circuit-breakers (live tank, dead tank), hybrid switchgear, gas-insulated switchgear, generator circuit breakers, capacitors, disconnectors, surge arresters, instrument transformers and service.[...]

  • ESR: Section 3, Services - Portland General Electric

    and testing, except where a separate service is used to minimize voltage fluctuations on secondary voltage circuits. For more information, see Section 1.10, Time-of-Use Metering. Meter location is subject to PGE approval. Metering equipment (such as a meter base or CT cabinet) must not be installed on the drive-through service entrance[...]

  • Electric Service Requirements

    Designation that metering equipment meets the requirements of the member utilities developed to promote safe and uniform electric service equipment requirements. 3.5. Medium Voltage: voltages of 4 kV, 12 kV, or 21 kV phase-to-phase. 3.6. Utility Service Meter: The meter located in …[...]

  • Siemens Low/Medium Voltage - Product Portfolio

    22,000 AIC Rated, Suitable for use only as service entrance equipment. 100A, 125A, 150A, 200A and 320A continuous ratings available. Underground Feed Applications (some with OH provisions) Load wiring may exit top or bottom. Pad locking provisions on all devices. Surface and semi-flush units available. Side hinge door removable by backing out ...[...]

  • Explain the differences between Horn Bypass, Lever Bypass ...

    This temporary bypass feature allows the utility to perform meter MAINTENANCE without interruption of service to the downstream occupant. Lever Bypass is available for use with ringless style single or three phase metering equipment and is supplied with a swing arm or "Lever" extending form the right side of the meter socket.[...]

  • DRAFT - docs.cpuc.ca.gov

    This agreement between PG&E and TBC is a limited exception to the existing E-19P Medium General Demand-Metered TOU Service primary voltage class tariff, and does not replace any portion of the tariff. The agreement addresses TBC’s payment to PG&E for unmetered electricity. PG&E and TBC agree to apply the retail E-19T Medium[...]

  • Specifications for Electric Installations

    Specifications for Electric Installations Consolidated Edison Co. Inc 6 Section III Customer’s Installation and Equipment 38 A. Customer Wiring and Equipment B. Adequacy of Installation C. ustomers Repairs D. Carrier Current Equipment E. Motors and Miscellaneous Apparatus F. Service Equipment G. Grounding[...]

  • Protection and Control Redundancy Considerations in Medium ...

    By Mohammad Vaziri, PG&E, with Bogdan Kasztenny and Rich. Extra high voltage transmission and sub-transmission backbones provide for multiple power flow paths to increase availability of power supply and to facilitate work on the primary equipment while maintaining service.[...]