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Electric System Transmission and Distribution Planning Study

Utilities Commission City of New Smyrna Beach

May 2006

UTILITIES COMMISION CITY OF NEW SMYRNA BEACH ELECTRIC SYSTEM TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION PLANNING STUDY
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Letter of Transmittal Certification Table of Contents List of Tables List of Figures EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.................................................................................... ES-1 SECTION 1 BASIC DATA AND ASSUMPTIONS............................................... 1-1 1.1 Operating System Statistics ..................................................................... 1-1 1.2 System Planning Load ............................................................................. 1-1 1.3 Load Allocation ....................................................................................... 1-4 1.4 Distribution Voltage Drop ....................................................................... 1-4 1.5 Substation Voltage Regulation ................................................................ 1-5 1.6 System Power Factor ............................................................................... 1-5 1.7 Transmission and Distribution Line Routing........................................... 1-5 1.8 Reliability................................................................................................. 1-5 1.9 Financial Criteria ..................................................................................... 1-6 1.9.1 Inflation ....................................................................................... 1-6 1.9.2 Cost of Capital ............................................................................. 1-6 1.9.3 Annual Fixed Charge Rates ......................................................... 1-7 1.9.4 Cost of Power............................................................................... 1-7 1.9.5 Cost of Losses .............................................................................. 1-7 1.10 Construction Cost Estimates .................................................................... 1-8 1.11 Economic Conductor Selection................................................................ 1-9 1.12 Computer Model of System ................................................................... 1-13 1.13 Distribution Line Ratings....................................................................... 1-14 Section 2 ANALYSIS OF EXISTING SYSTEM ................................................... 2-1 2.1 Existing Load Analysis ............................................................................ 2-1 2.1.1 Substation Capacity ..................................................................... 2-1 2.1.2 Substation Reliability................................................................... 2-3 2.1.3 System Power Factor Analysis .................................................... 2-3 2.1.4 Distribution Circuit Analysis ....................................................... 2-4

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2.2 Projected System Analysis ...................................................................... 2-5 2.2.1 Substations................................................................................... 2-5 2.2.2 Distribution System ..................................................................... 2-5

Section 3 ALTERNATE PLANS ............................................................................. 3-1 3.1 Exploratory Plans..................................................................................... 3-1 3.2 Methodology............................................................................................ 3-1 3.3 Alternative A (Base Case) System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Railroad R.O.W.................................................................. 3-2 3.4 Alternative B System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Existing R.O.W........................................................................................ 3-3 3.5 Alternative C System Improvements & 115 kV Route Around Airport...................................................................................................... 3-3 3.6 Plan Selection .......................................................................................... 3-3 3.6.1 Examination of the Transition ..................................................... 3-3 3.6.2 Economic Comparison................................................................. 3-4 Section 4 THE PREFERRED PLAN ...................................................................... 4-1 4.1 Preferred Plan Distribution Improvements.............................................. 4-5 Section 5 DEVICE COORDINATION REVIEW ................................................. 5-1 5.1 Study Objectives...................................................................................... 5-1 5.2 Protection Requirements.......................................................................... 5-1 5.3 System Loads and Fault Current Calculations......................................... 5-2 5.4 Existing System Configuration................................................................ 5-3 5.4.1 Source Impedance and Transformer Data ................................... 5-3 5.4.2 Circuit Breaker Ratings ............................................................... 5-5 5.4.3 Substation Overcurrent Protection............................................... 5-6 5.4.4 Line Reclosers ............................................................................. 5-6 5.4.5 Fuses ....................................................................................... 5-8 5.4.6 Review and Maintenance............................................................. 5-8 5.5 Conclusions and Recommendations ........................................................ 5-8 5.5.1 Airport Substation........................................................................ 5-8 5.5.2 Field Street Substation............................................................... 5-12 5.5.3 13 kV Schoolway Substation..................................................... 5-18 5.5.4 Smyrna Substation ..................................................................... 5-19 5.5.5 Summary.................................................................................... 5-23 Section 6 ASSESSMENT OF POWER GENERATION RESOURCES ............. 6-1 6.1 Generation Locations............................................................................... 6-1 6.1.1 Field Street Generating Facility................................................... 6-1 6.1.2 Smith Street and Clinch Street Generating Facilities .................. 6-2 6.1.3 Swoope Generating Facility ........................................................ 6-3 6.2 Summary.................................................................................................. 6-4

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Exhibit 1 System Load Forecast Exhibit 2 Substation and Feeder Forecast Exhibit 3 Cost of Losses Exhibit 4 Assumptions Exhibit 5 Substation Cost Estimates Exhibit 6 System Deficiencies Existing and At Projected Loads Exhibit 7 Existing & Proposed Device Settings Exhibit 8 TCC Charts for Proposed Device Settings Exhibit 9 Preferred Plan Substation and Feeder Forecast Exhibit 10 Preferred Plan Map Appendix A Alternate A (Base Case) System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Railroad R.O.W. Appendix B Alternate B System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Existing R.O.W. Appendix C Alternate C System Improvements & 115 kV Route Around Airport

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Table of Contents List of Tables


Table ES-1 Electric System Improvements .............................................................. ES-3 Table 1-1 Historical and Projected System NEL and Peak Demand...........................1-3 Table 1-2 Relative Substation Growth Factors............................................................1-4 Table 1-3 Annual Fixed Charge Rates (%)..................................................................1-7 Table 1-4 Line Cost Estimates (2006 $ per mile) .......................................................1-8 Table 1-5 13.2 kV to 22.9 kV Conversion Costs (2006 $ per mile) ............................1-8 Table 1-6 Calculated Summer 23 kV Overhead Conductor Ratings.........................1-14 Table 1-7 23 kV Underground Conductor Ratings....................................................1-15 Table 2-1 Substation Capacity Summary ....................................................................2-1 Table 2-2 Historical Substation Loading .....................................................................2-2 Table 2-3 Substation Distribution Breaker Capacities.................................................2-3 Table 3-1 Alternative Cost Summary ..........................................................................3-4 Table 4-1 10-Year Preferred Plan ................................................................................4-2 Table 5-1 Substation Source Impedances ....................................................................5-4 Table 5-2 Substation Transformer Nameplate Data ....................................................5-4 Table 5-3 Substation Calculated Fault Currents (Amps).............................................5-5 Table 5-4 Circuit Breaker Ratings ...............................................................................5-5 Table 5-5 Line Recloser Settings and Ratings (1) .........................................................5-7 Table 5-6 Recommend Line Recloser Settings and Ratings......................................5-24

List of Figures
Figure 1-1: Three-Phase New Construction 22.9 kV.................................................1-11 Figure 1-2: Three-Phase Reconductor 22.9 kV .........................................................1-11 Figure 1-3: Three-Phase New Construction 22.9 kV.................................................1-12 Figure 1-4: Three-Phase Reconductor 22.9 kV .........................................................1-13 Figure 4-1: Project Number 2 ......................................................................................4-6 Figure 4-2: Project Number 3 ......................................................................................4-7 Figure 4-3: Project Number 4 ......................................................................................4-8 Figure 4-4: Project Number 4 (continued)...................................................................4-9 Figure 4-5: Project Number 4 (continued).................................................................4-10 Figure 4-6: Project Number 5 ....................................................................................4-11 Figure 4-7: Project Number 5 (continued).................................................................4-12 Figure 4-8: Project Number 5 (continued).................................................................4-13 Figure 4-9: Project Number 6 ....................................................................................4-14 Figure 4-10: Project Number 7 ..................................................................................4-15 Figure 4-11: Project Number 8 ..................................................................................4-16 Figure 4-12: Project Number 9 ..................................................................................4-17 Figure 4-13: Project Number 10 ................................................................................4-18 Figure 4-14: Project Number 11 ................................................................................4-19 Figure 4-15: Project Number 12 ................................................................................4-20 Figure 4-16: Project Number 13 ................................................................................4-21 Figure 4-17: Project Number 14 ................................................................................4-22

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Figure 4-18: Project Number 15 ............................................................................... 4-23 Figure 4-19: Project Number 16 ............................................................................... 4-24 Figure 4-20: Project Number 17 ............................................................................... 4-25 Figure 4-21: Project Number 18 ............................................................................... 4-26 Figure 4-22: Project Number 20 ............................................................................... 4-27 Figure 4-23: Project Number 20 (continued) ............................................................ 4-28 Figure 4-24: Project Number 20 (continued) ............................................................ 4-29 Figure 4-25: Project Number 20 (continued) ............................................................ 4-30 Figure 4-26: Project Number 21 ............................................................................... 4-31 Figure 4-27: Project Number 22 ............................................................................... 4-32 Figure 4-28: Project Number 23 ............................................................................... 4-33 Figure 4-29: Project Number 24 ............................................................................... 4-34 Figure 4-30: Project Number 25 ............................................................................... 4-35 Figure 4-31: Project Number 26 ............................................................................... 4-36 Figure 4-32: Project Number 27 ............................................................................... 4-37 Figure 4-33: Project Number 28 ............................................................................... 4-38 Figure 5-1: Airport Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges....................................... 5-12 Figure 5-2: Field Street Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges ................................ 5-17 Figure 5-3: 13 kV Schoolway Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges...................... 5-19 Figure 5-4: Smyrna Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges ...................................... 5-22

This report has been prepared for the use of the client for the specific purposes identified in the report. The conclusions, observations and recommendations contained herein attributed to R. W. Beck, Inc. (R. W. Beck) constitute the opinions of R. W. Beck. To the extent that statements, information and opinions provided by the client or others have been used in the preparation of this report, R. W. Beck has relied upon the same to be accurate, and for which no assurances are intended and no representations or warranties are made. R. W. Beck makes no certification and gives no assurances except as explicitly set forth in this report. Copyright 2006, R. W. Beck, Inc. All rights reserved.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction


Sound system planning is essential to provide management with guidance to economically develop the electric system for Utilities Commission, City of New Smyrna Beach (UCNSB) to ensure adequate and reliable service at the lowest cost to customers. The planning should provide for an orderly development of the system such that the new investment in facilities is in step with load growth and revenue. System planning should include the following:

Improvement of the quality of service to customers as improvement opportunities occur. Expansion of the existing system to meet future load growth beyond the present design requirements. Economic evaluation of the construction of new facilities to meet the required capacity.

By using this approach, interim changes and system additions will be compatible with the capacity level needs as system load growth occurs. To maintain a reasonable economic balance in system planning, the three main components of the system power supply, transmission, and distribution - should be evaluated. Expected growth in the service area will create a greater demand for UCNSB. Along with maintaining existing customers, this anticipated growth has led UCNSB to desire an assessment of their long-term system requirements based on a 10-year planning horizon. Also, a 5-year construction plan has been developed based on the recommendations established from the long-term analysis. Included in this report are the following:

Summary of the basic data, criteria, and assumptions used to evaluate the system Analysis of the existing electric system to determine current and future deficiencies Comparison of alternative solutions to the identified deficiencies Development of a 10-year expansion plan of the electric system Development of a 5-year construction plan Cost estimates for the 5-year capital requirements to achieve the construction plan

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Purpose of Report
The purpose of this Electric System Transmission and Distribution Planning Study is to identify system improvements for the planning period based on the long-range system requirements. This plan will make allowances for changes that have occurred, and will prepare the system for the future by the timely installation of facilities, as needed, to provide sufficient and reliable service to UCNSBs customers. Construction costs will be estimated by year for the financial forecast. Periodic reviews of the construction plan and the long-range system goals will be required to examine the applicability of the preferred plan considering actual system developments.

Summary of Report, Conclusions, and Recommendations


Planning criteria were developed in Section 1, based on UCNSBs system reliability and performance goals. The existing UCNSB electric system was analyzed and the findings are detailed in Section 2. Section 3 presents potential alternatives to serve the future planning load; alternatives were developed to keep costs down and quality high. Section 4 summarized the preferred alternatives and the 5-year construction plan. The UCNSB system was analyzed to serve a projected 5-year system summer peak demand of 110.2 MW. The system load was allocated to areas based on UCNSB staffs knowledge of the area. Based on these analyses, the 5-year construction plan and the 10-year long range plan includes the following:

Short Term Project (Load Levels 1 and 2):

At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators with (3) single-phase regulators of matching impedance, and replace relaying with Microprocessor relays. Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. Follow the railroad Right of Way for approximately 3.6 miles. Bus work at Field Street Substation to move Line 4 to the new transformer. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Construct a new circuit to the island using Field Street Substation existing distribution routes. Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to build a new feeder. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching.

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Medium Term Projects (Load Levels 3 5):


Install a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer with Load Tap Changers at Airport Substation. Construct a new circuit to the island using Airport Substation existing distribution routes. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching. Eliminate and remove the Schoolway step-down substation. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching.

Long Term Projects (Load Levels 6 10):


To determine the cost of system improvements for the UCNSB electric system over the next 10 years, expenditures required to serve projected loads as a result of customer growth were estimated for each year. The projected capital requirements are as follows:
Table ES-1 Electric System Improvements

Timing
Short Term Medium Term Long Term

Year
2006 - 2007 2008 - 2010 2011 - 2015

Capital Requirements (2006 Dollars)


$3,681,150 $3,166,480 $2,330,760 $9,178,390

TOTAL

General Basis of Study


The projected system peak load and number of customers served used in the report were based on the load forecast prepared by R. W. Beck, Inc, and UCNSBs management and staff. A copy of the system forecast is given in Exhibit 1. An analysis, using as a basis the design criteria herein, of conductor loading, voltages, physical conditions and reliability, was performed on all of the substations, transmission and distribution lines, and major equipment of the existing system. Milsoft Integrated Solutions, Inc.s Windmil version 7.1 software was used to analyze the transmission system and distribution circuits. The criteria given in Section 1 form the basis of this analysis. New distribution and power supply construction

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requirements were considered simultaneously as a one system approach to produce an orderly and economical development of the total system. In the preparation of this Report, including the opinions contained herein, we have made certain assumptions and used certain considerations with respect to conditions that may occur in the future. While we believe these considerations and assumptions are reasonable and reasonably attainable based on conditions known to us as of the date of this Report, they are dependent on future events. Actual conditions may differ from those assumed herein or from the assumptions provided by others; therefore, the actual results will vary from those estimated. In addition, field conditions encountered during design may impact some of the projects.

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SECTION 1 BASIC DATA AND ASSUMPTIONS 1.1 Operating System Statistics


Utilities Commission, City of New Smyrna Beach (UCNSB) provides service to approximately 22,000 customers located within and around the city limits of New Smyrna Beach, Florida. UCNSB owns and operates 4 distribution substations, including three 23 kV substations and one 13 kV substation. The distribution substations serve 11 feeders with approximately 225 miles of overhead line and 88 miles of underground line. Ten of the feeders are constructed for and operated at 22.9 kV, and one feeder is operated at 13.2 kV. Installed overhead conductor sizes range from #6 Cu to 652 AAAC and underground conductors from 1/0 AL to 1000 MCM Cu. UCNSB has three 115 kV transmission delivery points. Two are from Florida Power & Light (FP&L) and the third is from Progress Energy (PE). All three points tie into a ring bus at 115-23 kV Smyrna Substation. From Smyrna Substation, 115 kV transmission, owned and operated by UCNSB, is tied into Field Street and Airport Substations as radial feeds. Diesel generation facilities are also available for UCNSB, and there are three sites within the city. Although, for the purpose of this study, no generation is assumed to be in use during peak loading.

1.2 System Planning Load


In 2006, a system load forecast (2006 Load Forecast) was prepared by R. W. Beck, Inc. (R. W. Beck), with the assistance of UCNSB management and staff. The 2006 Load Forecast consists of projections of residential customers, sales by major rate classification, and system peak demand for the period 2006 through 2025. The forecast relies on monthly utility sales, energy requirements, and demand data provided by UCNSB staff. Historical and projected economic and demographic data were provided by Economy.com, a nationally-recognized provider of such data. R. W. Beck has also relied on information regarding planned and expected residential and commercial developments maintained by UCNSB staff. Weather data for Daytona Beach International Airport, the closest first-order weather station to New Smyrna Beach, was provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The results of the Forecast imply that system net energy for load (NEL) and peak demand are expected to grow at an annual average growth rate of 3.6% over 20062015 and 2.6% over 2016-2025. On a normal weather basis, the system NEL and

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Section 1
peak demand for 2006 are projected to be 414.8 GWh and 97.7 MW, respectively. This reflects a 48.5% annual peak load factor, which is similar to the average load factor experienced over the last 10 years. While the system has peaked variably in the summer or winter, depending on weather conditions, the 2006 Load Forecast reflects that the system is typically winter-peaking, although by a small margin. The system NEL and peak demand for 2010 are projected to be 490.4 GWh and 115.5 MW, respectively, representing growth over the 5-year planning period (from 2005) of 24.5 MW. Although the UCSNB distribution system is primarily winter peaking by a small margin, for the purposes of the study, the summer peak loading conditions have been evaluated. Capacity limitations due to heating on distribution equipment arise during summer conditions. Therefore, the system has been evaluated for projected 2010 summer peak load of 110.2 MW to better assess the equipment capacity with existing and projected summer loads. UCNSB plans to construct and maintain an electric system that can provide adequate and reliable service during summer peak load periods. All assumptions and the resulting forecast were approved by UCNSB before system analysis was initiated. A summary of data used to develop the load forecast is given in Exhibit 1 of this report. The 2006 Load Forecast projects load levels for specific years. However, it should be recognized that loads may develop more quickly or more slowly than anticipated. Accordingly, UCNSB should consider any recommendation to build facilities to be related to a particular load level rather than a particular year. To avoid the impression that facilities need to be constructed for a specific year versus a specific load level, the remainder of this report refers to load levels and the anticipated years. UCNSB should maintain flexibility, to the extent possible, with respect to its facilities construction program to respond to load growth as it unfolds over time and modify peak demand projections periodically. Table 1-1 is a presentation of the historical and projected system NEL and peak demand through Load Level 10 of the systems coincident substation peak demands.

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Table 1-1 Historical and Projected System NEL and Peak Demand
Net Energy for Load Year 1996 1997 1998 Historical 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 1 2 3 Projected 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AAGR 1996-2005 2006-2015 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 (GWh) 331.3 325.2 352.6 355.6 360.8 361.2 367.2 386.1 385.5 396.8 414.8 433.6 452.5 472.4 490.4 506.7 523.6 539.6 553.7 568.5 Percent Change -1.8% 8.4% 0.8% 1.5% 0.1% 1.7% 5.2% -0.2% 2.9% 4.5% 4.5% 4.4% 4.4% 3.8% 3.3% 3.3% 3.1% 2.6% 2.7% 2.0% 3.6% System Peak Demand Summer (MW) 72.0 78.1 80.2 83.5 83.0 77.0 81.0 80.0 89.0 90.0 93.2 97.4 101.6 106.1 110.2 113.8 117.6 121.2 124.4 127.7

Period

Projected Load Level

Percent Change 8.5% 2.7% 4.1% -0.6% -7.2% 5.2% -1.2% 11.3% 1.1% 3.5% 4.5% 4.4% 4.4% 3.8% 3.3% 3.3% 3.1% 2.6% 2.7% 2.5% 3.6%

Load Factor 52.5% 47.5% 50.2% 48.6% 49.6% 53.5% 51.7% 55.1% 49.4% 50.3% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.8% 50.9% 50.8%

The projected summer peak of 110.2 MW in load level 5 represents a 22.4% increase in the peak system demand over the 90.0 MW peak that occurred in July 2005. The resulting compound annual load growth is 3.56% per year.

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1.3 Load Allocation


The service area was reviewed with management and staff of UCNSB relative to potential load growth. Each substation area was examined based on historical load growth and load growth potential to establish relative growth factors which are summarized in Table 1-2. The relative growth factor provides a sense of how a substation load is projected to grow relative to the average system growth which was assigned a relative growth factor of 1.0. Table 1-2 Relative Substation Growth Factors
Substation Field Street #1
Field Street #2 Airport Schoolway (13 kV) Smyrna

Relative Growth Factor 1.75


1.75 1 1 1

All of the UCNSB substations were assigned a relative growth factor of one, with the exception of the two Field Street substation transformers. The relative growth factor was applied to the base growth on each of the UCNSB substations. Estimated loads for known commercial and residential developments were developed and added to the engineering model and substation and feeder forecast as spot loads. The spot loads assigned to each of the substations accounts for a significant portion of the projected load. For the majority of the system, the base load growth without spot loads is expected to be nearly even across the system. However, higher expected growth is expected to occur on the Field Street Substation, which has a relative growth factor of 1.75. The substation and feeder forecast, presented in Exhibit 2, illustrates the total projected load and identifies spot loads and base growth on the UCNSB system. New distribution facilities to serve industrial loads, such as factories, cannot be accurately planned for because of the varying load requirements. Normally distribution facilities are constructed to serve the industrial customer without affecting the overall planned distribution upgrades; such customers often require their own distribution and substation facilities.

1.4 Distribution Voltage Drop


For the design load, a 5% voltage drop was assumed to be the maximum allowable voltage drop from the substation to the end of the distribution feeders or between distribution line regulator stations. The voltage drop calculations assumed a substation bus voltage of 124 volts and a 120 volt base.

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1.5 Substation Voltage Regulation


Voltage regulation was assumed for each substation such that a voltage drop could be experienced on the transmission system and, at peak loads, 124 volts could be supplied from the substation secondary bus. Any proposed substations were assumed to contain transformers with load tap changers or station regulators.

1.6 System Power Factor


Specific capacitor locations cannot be identified to compensate for future reactive demand until the load develops. It was assumed that UCNSB will require additional capacitor installations in the future to maintain a 95% power factor at the substation to provide quality power to its customers and limit system losses.

1.7 Transmission and Distribution Line Routing


When transmission and distribution lines were assumed to be constructed or converted to a larger conductor size, economic conductor sizes were selected. Existing transmission and distribution line routing was planned to be used where possible. Environmentally sensitive areas were considered, and in cases where new transmission and distribution lines were required, such areas were avoided or routes were selected to minimize the impact of the lines.

1.8 Reliability
Single-contingency planning is generally used for providing reliability where appropriate. Such planning assumes facilities are installed to provide adequate service with any one substation transformer or transmission line out of service. Smyrna, Field Street, and Airport substations are served via 115 kV transmission. Smyrna Substation has 115 kV feeds from Volusia, Edgewater, and Cassadaga. Field Street, and Airport substations are served as radial feeds from Smyrna Substation. Based on the current location and configuration of the substation transformers, Smyrna and Airport Substations have single transformer capacity; therefore, firm transformer capacity is not available at these locations. Firm capacity exists at Field Street Substation where there are three transformers and at Schoolway Substation, where there are two transformers. For the purposes of this study, planned loading on substation transformers is limited to 100% of the maximum nameplate rating at 55 C rise. In most areas of the system, UCNSB depends on having the capacity available to transfer load through the distribution system to other substations if a substation transformer is out of service. To allow for transfer capacity, planned loading on distribution tie lines is limited to 50% of the rated capacity. For all other primary distribution lines, conductor loading is limited to 80% of capacity.

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Single-phase loading was also limited to 50 Amps to indicate where multi-phasing would benefit UCNSB base on the following widely accepted practices among electric utilities:

Multi-phasing reduces the number of customers served per phase, thus improving reliability. Multi-phasing reduces line currents, which significantly reduces losses. Balancing loads on backbone circuits is more difficult with heavily loaded singlephase lines, which increases losses. In some cases, the outage of a heavily loaded single-phase tap can produce nuisance trips of up-line protective devices, resulting in unnecessary outages. Protective devices sized for heavily loaded single-phase taps are more difficult to coordinate with up-line devices.

In areas where more than 50 amps of load are served from a single-phase line, upgrade to three-phase was recommended in order to provide greater reliability and improve load balance. Thus, line conversion from single-phase to three-phase was assumed where the load exceeds approximately 661 kW at 13.2 kV.

1.9 Financial Criteria


1.9.1 Inflation
Prior to developing economic study rates for specific application to the construction of an electric system, a general inflation rate was assumed to provide a common basis for developing the remainder of the economic study rates. Based on Blue Chip Economic Indicators, a general inflation rate of 2.4% was used for the study period. This was applied to the projected cost of capital expenditure for construction in the 10-year plan. Inflation rates varied for Operation and Maintenance and Insurance expenditures. Based on a review of the expected expenses for the UCNSB Electric System for fiscal years 2007 - 2016 and discussions between UCNSB staff and R. W. Beck, Inc., an inflation rate of 6.9% was used for O&M expenses on the distribution system. For insurance expenditures, an inflation rate of 2.0% was used in the analysis.

1.9.2 Cost of Capital


The interest rate, or cost of capital, is defined as the rate paid for long-term debt to finance capital improvements. UCNSBs current cost of debt is 5.0%. This rate was used for the present worth discount factor to determine the equivalent cost of future expenditures in today's dollars. The present worth cost method allows various alternatives with different timing of future expenditures to be economically compared to determine the least cost alternative.

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1.9.3 Annual Fixed Charge Rates


The annual fixed charge rate, when applied to the initial plant investment, gives the annual revenue requirement for operating and maintaining the system. The annual fixed charge rate components operation and maintenance, depreciation, insurance, and cost of capital - were provided by UCNSB from historical data, where available. Operation and maintenance expenses were available for distribution and transmission, only. Therefore, an industry average rate of 3% was assumed for substation O&M. The remaining component, the annual depreciation rate, is based on an equipment life for transmission of 40 years, substations of 40 years, and distribution of 33 1/3 years. The annual fixed charge rates used in the analysis are summarized in Table 1-3. Table 1-3 Annual Fixed Charge Rates (%)
Item Cost of Capital Depreciation Operation and Maintenance Insurance Total Transmission 5.00% 2.50% 5.30% 0.50% 13.30% Plant Substation 5.00% 2.50% 3.00% 0.50% 11.00% Distribution 5.00% 3.00% 5.00% 0.50% 13.50%

1.9.4 Cost of Power


The cost of power for UCNSB is a blend of the cost of local generation and power purchased from outside sources. The cost of power for 2005 was $0.04735 per kWh, based on information provided by UCNSB. It is anticipated that trends for the current market such as investments to meet clean air regulations and higher fuel costs will impact power costs during the planning period. Based on a review of the expected expenses for the UCNSB Electric System for fiscal years 2007 - 2016 and discussions between UCNSB staff and R. W. Beck, Inc., power costs were assumed to increase 8.6% per year for the study period.

1.9.5 Cost of Losses


Based on the existing power rates for calendar year 2005, the annual cost of load losses was calculated at $111.12 per peak kW of loss. A three-year average annual load factor of 47.8% was derived from the demand and energy information given in the Annual Reports, and included in the calculation of cost of losses. The calculation of the cost of losses is given in Exhibit 3.

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Construction Cost Estimates

The estimated costs presented in Tables 1-4 and 1-5 were used to develop the estimated cost of improvements for each alternative considered. The estimated costs were provided by UCNSB staff. The estimates include engineering, construction administration, and owners overhead expenses. Substation construction or upgrade cost estimates are included in the appendices with the alternative analyses.

Table 1-4 Line Cost Estimates (2006 $ per mile)


Conductor Type Overhead Overhead #2 AAAC 397.5 ACSR 652 AAAC 795 AAAC (115 kV) Underground (1) #1/0 AL #4/0 AL 500 MCM CU (2) 500 MCM CU (2) 500 kCM CU UG (35 kV) (5) 750 MCM CU UG (115 kV) $89,760 $100,320 $150,480 $270,870 (4) $1,242,350 $1,500,000 $107,700 (3) $120,380 (3) $180,580 (3) $1,490,820 (3) $68,640 $73,920 $79,200 $350,000 $82,370 (2) $89,760 $95,040 Three-Phase New Reconductor

Note: (1) For new underground, the customer provides the trench, conduit, and backfill. (2) Assumed based on the ratio of new overhead vs. reconductored overhead. (3) Assumed based on the ratio of new overhead vs. reconductored overhead. Also, for reconductored underground conductors, the utility provides the trench, conduit, and backfill. (4) Cost for double circuit 500 MCM CU is 1.5 more than the single circuit 500 MCM CU reconductor cost based on discussions with UCNSB Staff. (5) 500 kCM CU UG is used only for underwater crossings.

Table 1-5 13.2 kV to 22.9 kV Conversion Costs (2006 $ per mile)


Single Phase Three Phase $25,000 $40,000

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1.11

Economic Conductor Selection

Economic conductor selection includes the consideration of initial construction costs and the associated losses of the selected conductors. For two alternative conductors compared, there is generally a kW load at which the fixed costs associated with the construction plus the variable costs related to line losses are equal for both alternatives. For loads less than the equal cost load, the smaller conductor should be selected and for loads greater than such load, the larger conductor should be selected. There are many choices of conductor sizes, but as part of system operation, standard conductor sizes for overhead distribution construction of #2 AAAC, 397 AAAC, and 652 AAAC have been selected by UCNSB. Standard conductor sizes for underground distribution construction are #1/0 AL, #4/0 AL, and 500 MCM CU. Since a distribution line is used for many years, economic conductor selection should include the consideration of the initial load, load growth, cost of losses, increases in power cost, the annual fixed cost and the present worth cost of the dollars spent (PWC). The load was expressed as the current annual peak load on the distribution line considered and assumed to grow over the thirty-three year life cycle analyzed. The cost of power was assumed to stay constant and a thirty-three year present worth factor was developed for the cost of losses and for the annual fixed cost. Two basic alternate conditions are compared. The first, and most often encountered condition, is the timing of the conversion of an existing distribution line. Economic change-out occurs when the costs associated with the new line are lower than the variable costs associated with the existing line. Based on economics alone, the existing distribution line should remain as long as the annual cost of losses is less than the annual cost of losses plus fixed costs on the new line. Economic conductor selection analyses were performed and a summary was prepared for new construction and change out as described below. The second condition arises when a new line is to be constructed or an existing line must be changed for reasons other than economic conductor selection. Such conditions include voltage drop, system changes, and reliability. Often the need to reconductor is caused by voltage drop problems before there is an economic advantage associated with increasing the conductor size. In some applications, spacer cable construction is required due to reduced code clearance or right-of-way. Conductor sizing for these applications will be based on projected load and manufacturers ratings. General guidelines were developed based on the following assumptions:

Compound annual load growth 3.56% Annual cost of peak kW loss - $111.12 Fixed cost factor 13.5% Present worth discount factor 5.0% Distribution line cost estimates Table 1-4

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The following general guidelines were developed for 22.9/13.2 kV overhead distribution lines based on the analysis described above:

New single-phase overhead distribution lines should generally be constructed with #2 AAAC. (Loads less than 661 kW). New single-phase underground distribution lines should be constructed with #1/0 AL. New three-phase overhead distribution lines should be constructed with the specified conductors at the initial load given as follows:

For loads less than 360 kW: #2AAAC For loads greater than 360 kW and less than 1,725 kW: 397.5 ACSR For loads greater than 1,725 kW: 652 AAAC

The single-phase lines should be reconductored to three-phase wherever needed based on operating conditions and voltage drop. Existing three-phase overhead distribution lines that need to be upgraded should be reconductored with the specified conductors at the initial load given as follows:

For loads less than 430 kW: #2AAAC For loads greater than 430 kW and less than 1,725 kW: 397.5 ACSR For loads greater than 1,725 kW: 652 AAAC

Economic conductor selection curves are graphically presented in Figures 1-1 through 1-2 for overhead distribution. The economic conductor selection curves and guides should be updated to reflect current construction and power costs each time the Electric System Study is reviewed.

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$275,000 Present Worth Costs

$225,000

$175,000

$125,000 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 Existing Load (kW) #2AAAC 397ACSR 652AAAC

Figure 1-1 Three-Phase New Construction 22.9 kV


$325,000 Present Worth Costs

$275,000

$225,000

$175,000 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 Existing Load (kW) #2AAAC 397ACSR 652AAAC

Figure 1-2 Three-Phase Reconductor 22.9 kV

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New three-phase underground distribution lines should be constructed with the specified conductors at the initial load given as follows:

For loads less than 925 kW: #1/0 AL For loads greater than 925 kW and less than 2,365 kW: #4/0 AL For loads greater than 2,365 kW: 500 MCM CU

The single-phase lines should be reconductored to three-phase wherever needed based on operating conditions and voltage drop. Existing three-phase underground distribution lines that need to be upgraded should be reconductored with the specified conductors at the initial load given as follows:

For loads less than 1,015 kW: #1/0 AL For loads greater than 1,015 kW and less than 2,590 kW: #4/0 AL For loads greater than 2,590 kW: 500 MCM CU

Economic conductor selection curves are graphically presented in Figures 1-3 through 1-4 for underground distribution. The economic conductor selection curves and guides should be updated to reflect current construction and power costs each time the Electric System Study is reviewed.

$425,000 Present Worth Costs $375,000 $325,000 $275,000 $225,000 $175,000 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 Existing Load (kW) 1/0 AL UG 4/0 AL UG 500 MCM CU UG

Figure 1-3 Three-Phase New Construction 22.9 kV

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$475,000 Present Worth Costs $425,000 $375,000 $325,000 $275,000 $225,000 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 Existing Load (kW) 1/0 AL UG 4/0 AL UG 500 MCM CU UG

Figure 1-4 Three-Phase Reconductor 22.9 kV

1.12

Computer Model of System

The New Smyrna Beach electric transmission and distribution system was modeled on Milsoft Integrated Solutions, Inc.s Windmil version 7.1 software. Upon completion of the model, metered feeder loads were distributed to each line section of the computer model based on the line section's connected transformer kVA compared to the total connected transformer kVA on the feeder. This method of allocating loads assumes that a customer's kW demand on peak was in proportion to the transformer kVA serving the customer. Adjustments to the distributed load were made to industrial customer peak kW demands if they were known. Spot loads, or specific expected developments on the distribution system, were also applied to the engineering model. These loads were provided by UCNSB staff and the projected loads were entered at their specific locations in the model. After kW loading of line sections was established, the load flows for each feeder were prepared. The load flows provided information such as the percent conductor loading to its capacity, calculated line losses, power factor information, and voltage drop along line sections. The load flow information from the computer model was compared to the conductor loading, single-phase loading, and voltage drop criteria as outlined in this Report. Recommendations were then based on these results.

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1.13

Distribution Line Ratings

Overhead distribution line ratings in Table 1-6 are based on lines designed for 75C (167F) conductor temperature at 37.8C (100F) ambient temperature and 2ft./sec. wind. To allow for transferring load between circuits in the distribution system, the loading on three-phase tie lines was limited to 50% of the summer conductor rating. Less extreme weather conditions or lines designed for greater than 167F conductor temperature may provide additional line capacity; lines designed for a lower conductor temperature may provide less capacity. Table 1-6 Calculated Summer 23 kV Overhead Conductor Ratings Conductor Overhead Conductors
652.4 AAAC 19STR 397.5 ACSR/465 AAAC 394.5 AAAC 19STR 336 kcmil ACSR #4/0 CU 7 str. #4/0 AAAC #1/0 CU 7 str. #2 CU 3 str. #4 CU #2 AAAC #4 AAAC #6 CU 729 590 533 529 482 359 311 239 179 173 130 128 365 295 267 265 241 180 156 120 90 87 65 64

Calculated Rating (Amps)

50% of Rating

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Underground distribution line ratings in Table 1-7 were taken from the Ampacity Tables in Okonites Engineering Data for Copper and Aluminum Conductor Electric Cables - Bulletin EHB-90. The ratings were based on the following assumptions:

Three single 25 kV concentric neutral cables per duct Installed depth of 30 inches
Conductor temperature of 90C (194F) Earth ambient temperature of 20C (68F) Earth thermal resistivity RHO of 90 Conductor load factor of 100%

Table 1-7 23 kV Underground Conductor Ratings Conductor Underground Conductors


500 MCM CU parallel 1000 MCM CU 500 MCM CU #4/0 AL #1/0 AL

Rating (Amps)
830 591 437 220 152

50% of Rating
415 296 219 110 76

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Section 2 ANALYSIS OF EXISTING SYSTEM 2.1 Existing Load Analysis


2.1.1 Substation Capacity
The Utilities Commission City of New Smyrna Beach (UCNSB) electric system has 4 substations. All of the substations are served at 115 kV via the 115 kV ring bus at Smyrna Substation, which is served from two Florida Power & Light (FP&L) and one Progress Energy (PE) transmission connections. The rated capacity and voltage of the distribution substations are listed in Table 2-1. Table 2-1 Substation Capacity Summary Transmission Configuration Qty.-Phase-Rating (MVA)
(1) 3 18/24/30 (2) 3 18/24/30 (2) 3 12/16/20 (1) 3 18/24/30

Substation Name
Airport Field Street Smyrna Total 13.2 kV Total 23 kV
Notes:
(1)

Voltage (kV)
115-22.9 115-22.9 22.9-13.2 115-22.9

Total Nameplate Capacity (MVA)


30.0 60.0 40.0 30.0 40.0 120.0

Total Firm Capacity (MVA)


0.0 60.0 20.0 0.0 20.0 60.0

Schoolway 13 kV (2)

(1) The third transformer at Field Street is expected to be installed in the fall of 2006. (2) Step-down transformer off of Field Street Substation Line 5.

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The historical substation loading is given in Table 2-2. In the current configuration and location of the substation transformers, the total installed 23 kV and 13.2 kV substation transformer capacities are approximately 120.0 MVA and 40.0 MVA, respectively. At the existing summer peak, none of the substation transformers exceed capacity. Table 2-2 Historical Substation Loading 2005 Summer Peak (MVA) (1)
22.2 45.7 8.3 22.0

Substation Name
Airport Field Street (3) Schoolway 13 kV Smyrna (3)

Total Nameplate Capacity (MVA)


30.0 60.0 40.0 30.0

Total Firm Capacity (MVA)


0.0 30.0 20.0 0.0

Percent Loaded (2)


74.0% 76.2% 20.8% 73.3%

Notes: (1) Based on load data provided by UCNSB. (2) Calculated based on the 2005 summer peak and the total transformer nameplate capacity. (3) Field Street transformer #3 will be installed in the fall of 2006. Load is expected to be transferred from the Smyrna Substation to the new transformer to relieve loading on the Smyrna Substation transformer.

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The distribution system is served through 11 substation breakers. The continuous current ratings of the substation breakers and the 2005 Summer Peak Loads are shown in Table 2-3. All breakers and reclosers have sufficient capacity for the existing load. Table 2-3 Substation Distribution Breaker Capacities Substation & Feeder
Airport Line 15 Line 16 Line 17 Field Street Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Line 7 Line 8 Schoolway (13 kV) Line 14 Smyrna Line 11 Line 12
Notes:

Rating (Amps) (1)


1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 800 1200 1200

Metered Load (Amps) (2)


239.3 167.3 144.7 176.3 81.3 356.7 399.0 247.0 359.3 410.3 151.3

Percent Loaded

19.9% 13.9% 12.1% 14.7% 6.8% 29.7% 33.3% 20.6% 44.9% 34.2% 12.6%

(1) Continuous current ratings provided by UCNSB. (2) Based on July, 2005 readings provided by UCNSB.

2.1.2 Substation Reliability


UCNSBs design criteria do not require firm capacity at each distribution substation. Outage history and customer response have not mandated that level of reliability or justified the cost. In the existing location and configuration of the UCNSB substation transformers, only Field Street and Schoolway Substations have firm capacity available. Others rely on distribution ties or a mobile transformer, if available. For the study, substation power transformers are limited to 100% of the maximum nameplate rating at 55 C rise.

2.1.3 System Power Factor Analysis


UNCSB does not currently incur penalties for power factor. Capacitors are placed on the system based on peak feeder readings. A power factor less than 90% is a flag to install a capacitor bank size for a correction to 95% power factor.

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2.1.4 Distribution Circuit Analysis


Voltage drop and load flow calculations were made with Milsoft Integrated Solutions, Inc.s Windmil version 7.1 software assuming load allocations based on connected kVA in individual line sections for the 2005 summer peak. The load flow results of the distribution system are summarized in Exhibit 6 for the existing and future loading conditions including the 5-year load level ("LL05") and the 10-year load level ("LL10"). A review of the information contained in this exhibit provides a brief, but comprehensive, understanding of potential deficiencies in the existing distribution circuit capacities and service voltage conditions. The voltage conditions are calculated on a 120 volt base and include the effects of voltage regulation due to capacitors and line regulators. The calculated load capacities for each conductor are given in Table 1-6 and Table 17. Generally the main feeder conductor cannot be loaded to 100% of its rated capacity. Before the 100% conductor loading is reached, unacceptable voltage levels often will be experienced on tap lines and near the end of the feeder. For planning purposes, the conductor loading was limited to 50% of the calculated capacity on three-phase tie lines to allow for load transfer on the distribution system. All other conductors are limited to 80% of peak thermal rating. Based on the distribution system model, each of the 11 circuits was analyzed with respect to adequate voltage and loading conditions. The computer analysis at the 2005 peak load level for the 11 circuits revealed that:

Sections of the following circuit(s) exceed 6 volts drop


Field Street Line 5, Line 7 Schoolway Line 14 Smyrna Line 11

Sections of the three-phase feeders on the following circuit(s) exceed 50% of the conductor ratings

Airport Line 15, Line 17 Field Street Line 5, Line 7 Schoolway Line 14 Smyrna Line 11

Sections of the following circuit(s) have single-phase taps loaded greater than 50 amps.

Smyrna Line 11

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2.2 Projected System Analysis


2.2.1 Substations
The projected system loads were allocated to the distribution substations as shown in Exhibit 2. The rated transformer capacity, in the existing configuration and location of the transformers, was compared to the projected substation loads to identify the load level in which the load would exceed the capacity. Identified substation deficiencies at the projected loads include:

Field Street Transformer #1 Exceeds 100% of capacity in LL3 Smyrna Exceeds 100% of capacity in LL4.
Note: Field Street Transformer #3 will be installed in the fall of 2006, which will serve some of the Smyrna Substation existing and projected load. Therefore, the Smyrna Substation will not exceed capacity during the planning period.

2.2.2 Distribution System


Exhibit 6 shows the distribution deficiencies for the existing system at the 5 and 10 year loads. The deficiencies were identified after the existing system model was adjusted to reflect the projected growth. As shown in Exhibit 6, of the 13 circuits analyzed at Load Level 5:

5 circuits exceed 5% volts drop. 7 three-phase feeders exceed 50% of the conductor ratings. 3 feeders have single-phase taps that are loaded greater than 50 amps. 5 circuits exceed 5% volts drop. 7 three-phase feeders exceed 50% of the conductor ratings. 4 feeders have single-phase taps that are loaded greater than 50 amps.

At Load Level 10:


Recommended system improvements to address these problems are included in the Appendices for each alternative. Alternatives are defined in Section 3.

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Section 3 ALTERNATE PLANS 3.1 Exploratory Plans


Various system expansion plans can adequately serve the projected load. The purpose of this section is to detail the alternative plans investigated and to identify a recommended plan that will adequately serve the customers' present load, the load as the system expands, and the planning load selected. To identify the recommended plan, criteria were developed in Section 1 to select and economically compare the alternative expansion plans. To improve transmission reliability, three transmission routes for a 115 kV tie between Field Street and Airport substations were evaluated. New construction and system upgrades were developed jointly with the UCNSB staff to address substation and distribution system deficiencies and reliability issues and are detailed in Section 4. The substation and distribution projects were combined with each of the transmission alternatives, and evaluated on a 20-year present-worth cost basis.

3.2 Methodology
After the alternatives were identified through discussions among the UCNSB management and staff and R. W. Beck, Inc., the analysis for each alternative was prepared as follows:

Proposed improvements were modeled and computerized load-flow, voltage-drop, and loss calculations were prepared to determine whether each alternative provided adequate service to the customers. Transmission, substation, and distribution cost estimates were prepared for initial capital costs and cost of losses. Other applicable costs were also estimated for each alternative. The estimated substation cost estimates are given in Exhibit 5. The project descriptions and estimated construction costs are given in Appendices A through C for the respective alternatives. A present-worth comparative cost summary was prepared for each alternative. The assumptions used in the present-worth analyses are summarized in Exhibit 4. The present-worth calculations are given in Appendices A through C for the respective alternatives.

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3.3 Alternative A (Base Case) System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Railroad R.O.W.
The following is a brief summary of the Base Case Alternative. Specific projects are described in Appendix A.

Load Level 1:

At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators with (3) single-phase regulators of matching impedance, and replace relaying with Microprocessor relays. Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. Follow the railroad Right of Way for approximately 3.6 miles. Bus work at Field Street Substation to move Line 4 to the new transformer. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Construct a new circuit to the island using Field Street Substation existing distribution routes. Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to build a new feeder. Install a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer with Load Tap Changers at Airport Substation. Construct a new circuit to the island using Airport Substation existing distribution routes. Eliminate and remove the Schoolway step-down substation. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching.

Load Level 3:

Load Level 6:

Load Levels 1 -10:

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3.4 Alternative B System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Existing R.O.W.
Alternative B includes the same improvements as the Base Case, with the following exception for the proposed route of the transmission tie between Airport and Field Street substations. Specific projects are described in Appendix B.

Load Level 1:

Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. Follow the existing transmission Right of Way the goes into Airport Substation from the south, then, split off east to Field Street Substation for a total of approximately 5.5 miles.

3.5 Alternative C System Improvements & 115 kV Route Around Airport


Alternative C includes the same improvements as the Base Case, with the following exception for the proposed route of the transmission tie between Airport and Field Street substations. Specific projects are described in Appendix C.

Load Level 1:

Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. The transmission will extend up next to Line 17 and cross over to U.S. 1 to bypass the airport, and then go south for approximately 6 miles to Field Street Substation.

3.6 Plan Selection


3.6.1 Examination of the Transition
Each exploratory plan considers the major facilities required to provide a transition from the existing to the projected system planning load, solving all substation and feeder problems identified in Section 2. Although each exploratory plan may not have the same capacity each year of the study period, each alternative provides similar reliability and capacity at the long-range load level.

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3.6.2 Economic Comparison


Present-worth cost analyses were prepared for each alternative. The basis of the economic criteria is presented in Section 1. The present-worth cost calculations and detailed cost estimates for distribution and substation improvements are presented in Appendices A through C. A summary of each alternatives capital cost and 20-year present-worth cost is presented in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1 Alternative Cost Summary

Alternative
Alternative A

Description
System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Railroad R.O.W. (Base Case) System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Existing R.O.W. System Improvements & 115 kV Route Around Airport

Estimated PW Cost
$22,585,727 $24,676,133 $24,324,282

Total Capital Cost


$9,178,393 $10,188,393 $10,018,393

Percent of Base PW Cost


100.0% 109.3% 107.7%

Alternative B Alternative C

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Section 4 THE PREFERRED PLAN


Based on the analysis outlined in Section 3, the system improvements for Alternative A System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Railroad R.O.W. (Base Case) are selected as the Preferred Plan. The following projects are included in the Preferred Plan:

Load Level 1:

At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators with (3) single-phase regulators of matching impedance, and replace relaying with Microprocessor relays. Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. Follow the railroad Right of Way for approximately 3.6 miles. Bus work at Field Street Substation to move Line 4 to the new transformer. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Construct a new circuit to the island using Field Street Substation existing distribution routes. Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to build a new feeder. Install a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer with Load Tap Changers at Airport Substation. Construct a new circuit to the island using Airport Substation existing distribution routes. Eliminate and remove the Schoolway step-down substation. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching.

Load Level 3:

Load Level 6:

Load Levels 1 -10:

The total present worth cost of the preferred plan is approximately $22,585,727. The total associated 10-year capital costs are approximately $9,178,393. Table 4-1 presents the associated capital costs for the 10-year plan. The costs are broken down into three levels, short term (1-2 years), medium term (3-5 years), and long term (6-10 years).

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Table 4-1 10-Year Preferred Plan


PROJECT NUMBER LOAD LEVEL PROJECT DESCRIPTION COST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3

At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators and relaying with Microprocessor relays. 115 kV construction between Field Street and Airport Substations. Switching to unload Line 8 for future service to the island. Use Line 8 to serve the island and construct new circuit across the causeway. Extension of Line 3 to unload Line 7 and associated switching. Transfer of taps from Line 5 to Line 3. 13 to 23 kV conversion at Hiles Blvd. Installation of new breaker and construction of Line 20 out of Airport Substation to split load on Line 17. Reconductor on Wayne Ave. Reconductor on Pioneer Trail. Reconductor on Saxon. Construction of 23 kV down Saxon to convert various taps from 13 to 23 kV. 13 to 23 kV conversion at Oak Tree Dr and Sand Dune Dr. 13 to 23 kV conversion from Hillside Dr. to Ocean Walk Condos. Transfer a previously converted tap to the 23 kV connection. Reconductor on Oakwood. Transfer all taps on Saxon from 7th Ave. to 23rd Ave., from Line 5 to Line 8. Reconductor on Saxon.

$417,450 $1,490,000 $5,900 $1,103,006 $31,400 $800 $110,236 $29,450 $6,300 $76,500 $75,600 $157,424 $22,727 $22,159 $200 $9,000 $2,400 $120,600

TOTAL SHORT TERM PROJECTS


Add new 18/24/30 MVA transformer at Airport Substation. New circuit to the island using Line 16 and associated switching between Line 17, Line 4, and Line 7.

$3,681,153
$2,122,038 $408,100

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Table 4-1 10-Year Preferred Plan


PROJECT NUMBER LOAD LEVEL PROJECT DESCRIPTION COST

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5

Switching to move load back from Line 3 to Line 7. Reconductor on U.S. 1. Reconductor on Saxon. Switching to move load from Line 4 to Line 17. Reconductor Line 17 substation getaway. Reconductor on Sunset Dr. Reconductor on SR 44. Construct new tie to developments on Venetian.

$5,900 $97,200 $102,600 $400 $6,156 $82,082 $216,000 $126,000

TOTAL MEDIUM TERM PROJECTS


29 30 31 32 33 34 35 6 6 6 6 6 8 8 Convert the remaining 13 kV to 23 kV on Line 14 and transfer the load to Line 5. Remove the 20 MVA 23-13 kV step-down. Extend Line 8 on Saxon Ave to Schoolway Substation to provide tie to Line 5. (and associated switching) Load balancing between Line 5 and Line 8, with associated switching. Reconductor the Lines 3 and 5 causeway crossings. Extend Line 7 on Hemlock St. and reconductor along 3rd Ave. (and associated switching between Lines 3 and 7) Reconductor on SR 44. Reconductor at Old Mission Rd., north to Canal St., along Canal to Milford Place, north on Milford Place to Mary Ave., and east on Mary Ave.

$3,166,476
$329,964 $37,300 $5,900 $1,637,600 $44,600 $163,800 $111,600

TOTAL LONG TERM PROJECTS

$2,330,764

TOTAL

$9,178,393

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Section 4
A summary of the estimated capital costs for the Preferred Plan and details of the present-worth analysis are provided in Appendix A. The substation cost estimates are included in Exhibit 5, and detailed descriptions of the recommended distribution improvements for the 5-year construction plan are given below. A Preferred Plan Substation and Feeder forecast is presented in Exhibit 9. It illustrates the loading conditions on substation transformers and feeders as projects are implemented in each Load Level of the 10-year plan. For each distribution project below, screenshots are provided to illustrate the location of the preferred plan projects. The background in the illustrations is from the engineering model, which was developed in Milsoft Integrated Solutions, Inc.s Windmil version 7.1 software. UCNSB provided the visible background map of the system which includes the roads, but the circuits and distribution equipment in the snapshots are symbolized products from the software. Where new construction or reconductoring are recommended, the pathways are highlighted in the screenshots. Switching locations are acknowledged in the screenshots as well. The illustrations are local for each project. However, in Exhibit 10, the preferred plan map illustrates the large scale projects recommended in the study.

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4.1 Preferred Plan Distribution Improvements


Project Number 1 Substation: Smyrna Substation Estimated Cost: $417,450 Load Level: 1 Reason: To increase reliability and compatibility at the substation.
At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators with (3)

single-phase regulators of matching impedance, and replace relaying with Microprocessor relays. The current relaying equipment at the Smyrna Substation is electro-mechanical, and UCNSB would like to eliminate the older relays with new microprocessor relays. Also, three of the single-phase regulators at the substation are of various impedances. For reliability and compatibility, they should be replaced with regulators of the same impedance rating. Project Number 2 Substation: Field Airport Substation Transmission Line Estimated Cost: $1,490,000 Load Level: 1 Reason: To complete a 115 kV transmission loop on the system for reliability concerns.
Construct a 115 kV line from Field Substation to Airport Substation to create a

loop. Follow the railroad Right of Way for approximately 3.6 miles, including 3.4 miles of 795 AAAC overhead conductor and 0.2 miles of 1000 MCM CU underground conductor.

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Figure 4-1: Project Number 2 Project Number 3 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Lines 4 and 8 Estimated Cost: $5,900 Load Level: 1 Reason: To unload Line 8 in preparation of use for a new circuit to the island, which is discussed in more detail in Project Number 4. Planning criteria limits 23 kV circuit loading to 15 MW.
Install an open switch at S. Myrtle Ave. and Line 8. Close switch at U.S. 1,

between Julia St. and Canal to transfer Line 8 load to Line 4. This switch transfers approximately 3.4 MW of load from Line 8 to Line 4 and is a prelude to Project 4 where Line 8 will be utilized as a new circuit to the island.

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Close existing switch.

Install open switch.

Figure 4-2: Project Number 3

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Project Number 4 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Lines 3 and 8 Estimated Cost: $1,103,000 Load Level: 1 Reason: To unload Line 3 in order to utilize it to relieve loading on Line 7, which is discussed in more detail in Project Number 5. Planning criteria limits 23 kV feeder loading to 15 MW. Also, this project includes the construction of a new circuit to the island from Line 8.
Construct 3,100 feet of 23 kV 652 AAAC overhead conductor from S. Myrtle,

along Douglas, to S. Riverside on Line 8. This new line begins south of the newly installed switch in Project Number 3. Cost for this portion of the project is approximately $46,500.

Figure 4-3: Project Number 4

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Project Number 4 (continued; part 2 of 3)
Construct 3,400 feet of 23 kV double circuit 500 kCM CU underground

submarine cable from Riverside to Richmond Dr to cross the causeway on Line 8. Cost for this portion of the project is approximately $800,000 based on plowed cable in conduit under the river bed.

Figure 4-4: Project Number 4 (continued)

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Project Number 4 (continued; part 3 of 3)
From Richmond Dr. on A1A from the new submarine cable underground

crossing, construct 5,000 feet of 23 kV double circuit 500 MCM CU underground conductor along Second Ave. and A1A to Horton St on Line 8. Cost for this portion of the project is approximately $256,500.
Note: Underground conductor is recommended to be constructed along this stretch due to possible overhead permitting restrictions. If permits are acquired and overhead conductor can be constructed, then the cost of constructing 5,000 feet of 652 AAAC overhead conductor is approximately $75,000.

At Horton St. and Second Ave., transfer the south tap from Line 3 to the newly

extended Line 8 to move approximately 8 MW of load from Line 3 to Line 8. This will unload Line 3 in order to utilize Line 3s capacity to relieve loading on Line 7 in Project Number 5.

Transfer south tap from Line 3 to new Line 8.

Figure 4-5: Project Number 4 (continued)

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Project Number 5 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Lines 3 and 7 Estimated Cost: $31,400 Load Level: 1 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 7 and balance load between Lines 3 and 7 based on the planning criteria that limits 23 kV feeder loading to 15 MW.
Where the south tap of Line 3 at Horton St was transferred to Line 8 in Project

Number 4, extend Line 3 east on Second Ave. to Hemlock St.; go north on Hemlock St. to Atlantic Ave. (zig-zag); total distance of constructed 23 kV 652 AAC overhead conductor is 1,700 feet. Cost for this portion of the project is approximately $25,500.

Figure 4-6: Project Number 5

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Project Number 5 (continued; part 2 of 3)
Open at recloser R-213, on Line 7, on Ocean Ave., between Goodwin and

Pine. Close to Line 3 on S. Atlantic and Second Ave. to transfer load from Line 7 to Line 3. This project transfers approximately 9.8 MW of load from Line 7 to Line 3.

Open recloser R-213.

Close to Line 3.

Figure 4-7: Project Number 5 (continued)

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Project Number 5 (continued; part 3 of 3)
Install an open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of Ocean Ave on Line 3.

Close to Line 7 at Jessamine Ave. and Pine Ave to balance the load between Line 7 and Line 3. This project transfers approximately 1.2 MW of load back from Line 3 to Line 7.Cost for this portion of the project is approximately $5,900.

Close to Line 7.

Install open switch.

Figure 4-8: Project Number 5 (continued)

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Project Number 6 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Lines 3 and 5 Estimated Cost: $800 Load Level: 1 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 5 based on the planning criteria that limits 23 kV feeder loading to 15 MW.
Transfer the Harbour Blvd and Bouchelle Island Blvd taps from Line 5 to Line

3. Transfer the Richmond Dr. tap from Line 5 to Line 3. Transfer the Cooper St. south tap on Second Ave. from Line 5 to Line 3.
In transferring the four taps mentioned above, this project transfers

approximately 3 MW of load from Line 5 to Line 3.

Cooper St.

Bouchelle Island Blvd. Harbour Blvd. Richmond Dr.

Figure 4-9: Project Number 6

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Project Number 7 Substation and Feeder: Schoolway Line 14 Estimated Cost: $110,240 Load Level: 1 Reason: To improve voltage on 13 kV Schoolway Line 14 based on the planning criteria that limits a 5% voltage drop from the substation. Also, to relieve loading on 23 kV Line 5, which serves the step-down Schoolway Substation.
At Hiles Blvd and Saxon Dr., convert the Hiles Blvd. tap from 13 kV to 23 kV.

This includes the following: 12,400 feet of 1ph overhead 4,700 feet of 3ph overhead 900 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL underground 3ph PAD transformers (71) 1ph OH transformers Construct 650 feet of 23 kV 397 AAC overhead conductor on S. Atlantic from Silvia Dr. to the end of Line 8, near the switch to feed the newly converted area from Line 8. This was previously Line 3, but in Project Number 4, Line 8 was extended across to the island where it picked up the south tap of Line 3 down to this location. This project converts approximately 1.5 MW of load from 13 kV to 23 kV.

Convert tap to 23kV.

Figure 4-10: Project Number 7

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Project Number 8 Substation and Feeder: Airport Substation Estimated Cost: $29,450 Load Level: 1 Reason: Split Line 17 for reliability and to relieve loading on Line 17 underground getaway based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
Install a 22.9 kV breaker in the spare bay at Airport Substation to prepare for

new feeder construction. Construct a new Line 20 out of Airport Sub with 300 feet of 23 kV 500 MCM underground conductor up to the intersection at Turnbull Rd. and Sunset Dr. Install an open switch between Line 17 and new Line 20. Transfer the west fork on Turnbull to the new Line 20. This project transfers approximately 2.8 MW of load from Line 17 to new Line 20.

Install open switch.

Figure 4-11: Project Number 8

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Project Number 9 Substation and Feeder: Airport Line 15 Estimated Cost: $6,300 Load Level: 1 Reason: Relieve loading on a possible tie line based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
Reconductor 350 feet of 23 kV #2 AAAC overhead conductor at Wayne and

Fairway Avenue to 23 kV 652 AAAC overhead conductor on Line 15.

Figure 4-12: Project Number 9

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Project Number 10 Substation and Feeder: Smyrna Line 11 Estimated Cost: $76,500 Load Level: 1 Reason: Relieve loading on a possible tie line based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
Reconductor 4,500 feet of 23 kV 1-ph #2AAAC overhead conductor on

Pioneer Trail, from Glencoe Rd. to Bay Dr., to 23 kV 3-ph 397 AAAC overhead conductor on Line 11.

Figure 4-13: Project Number 10

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Project Number 11 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 5 Estimated Cost: $75,600 Load Level: 1 Reason: Relieve loading on a tie line based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
On Line 5, reconductor 4,200 feet of 23 kV 394 AAAC overhead conductor to

23 kV 652 AAAC overhead conductor from the end of the existing 652 AAAC overhead on Saxon, south of East 3rd Ave., to E. 15th.

Figure 4-14: Project Number 11

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Project Number 12 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 5 and Schoolway Line 14 Estimated Cost: $157,420 Load Level: 1 Reason: To improve voltage on 13 kV Schoolway Line 14 based on the planning criteria that limits a 5% voltage drop from the substation. Also, to extend a 23 kV tie down the island for future conversion projects.
From where Line 5 crosses east, north of Hiles Blvd and south of Sea Mist Dr.,

construct 10,000 feet of 23 kV 397 AAAC overhead conductor down Saxon to the three phase bank, south of Ocean Walk Condos, on S. Atlantic. Convert the Ocean Walk Condos from 13 kV to 23 kV and transfer from Schoolway Line 14 to Field Street Line 5. This includes the following: 2,300 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL underground (6) 3ph PAD transformers This project converts approximately 1.5 MW of load from 13 kV to 23 kV.

Figure 4-15: Project Number 12

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Project Number 13 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 5 and Schoolway Line 14 Estimated Cost: $22,730 Load Level: 1 Reason: To improve voltage on 13 kV Schoolway Line 14 based on the planning criteria that limits a 5% voltage drop from the substation.
Convert Oak Tree Dr and Sand Dune Dr. from 13 kV to 23 kV and transfer the

taps from Schoolway Line 14 to Field Street Line 5. Line 5 was extended to south of this area in Project Number 12. This conversion includes the following: 4,800 feet of 1ph overhead (25) 1ph OH transformers This project converts approximately 0.4 MW of load from 13 kV to 23 kV.
Oak Tree Dr.

Sand Dune Dr.

Figure 4-16: Project Number 13

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Project Number 14 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 5 and Schoolway Line 14 Estimated Cost: $22,160 Load Level: 1 Reason: To improve voltage on 13 kV Schoolway Line 14 based on the planning criteria that limits a 5% voltage drop from the substation. Also, to relieve conductor loading on the 13 kV based on the planning criteria that limits primary conductor loading to 80%.
Convert the taps South of Hillside Dr. down to the three-phase bank south of

Ocean Walk Condos from 13 kV to 23 kV by transferring the taps from Schoolway Line 14 to Field Street Line 5. Line 5 was extended to south of this area, and the Ocean Walk Condos were previously converted to 23 kV in Project Number 12. The converted taps are highlighted in Figure 4-17 below. This conversion includes the following: 700 feet of 1ph overhead 400 feet of 3ph overhead 2,700 feet of 1ph 1/0 AL underground 400 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL underground (9) 3ph PAD transformers (12) 1ph UG transformers (6) 1ph OH transformers This project converts approximately 1.6 MW of load from 13 kV to 23 kV.

Figure 4-17: Project Number 14

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Project Number 15 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 5 Estimated Cost: $200 Load Level: 1 Reason: To move a switch between a 13 kV and 23 kV connection to 23 kV exclusively for reliability.
At Atlantic Ave. and Saxon, transfer the 13 kV tap on Schoolway Line 14

with an inter-tie switch to 23 kV to Field Street Line 5. (This area was previously converted to 23 kV in Project 7 and is served from Line 8.)

Tap to transfer.

Figure 4-18: Project Number 15

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Project Number 16 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 7 Estimated Cost: $9,000 Load Level: 1 Reason: Relieve loading on a tie line based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
On Line 7, reconductor 500 feet of 23 kV #2 CU overhead conductor to 23 kV

652 AAAC overhead conductor on Oakwood from the riser to S. Peninsula Ave.

Figure 4-19: Project Number 16

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Project Number 17 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 8 Estimated Cost: $2,400 Load Level: 2 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 8 based on the planning criteria that limits 23 kV feeder loading to 15 MW. Also, to balance the load between Lines 5 and 8.
Transfer all taps on Saxon from 7 Ave. to 23 Ave., from Line 8 to Line 5.
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The recommended taps to transfer are highlighted in Figure 4-20 below. At this location, Line 8 was previously Line 3, but in Project Number 4, Line 8 was extended across to the island where it picked up the south tap of Line 3.
This project transfers approximately 1.4 MW of load from Line 8 to Line 5.

Figure 4-20: Project Number 17

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Project Number 18 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 5 Estimated Cost: $120,600 Load Level: 2 Reason: Relieve loading on a tie line based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
On Line 5, reconductor 6,700 feet on Saxon, between 8 and 9 Ave., to the
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span past 26th Ave., from 23 kV 394 AAAC overhead conductor to 23 kV 652 AAAC overhead conductor.

Figure 4-21: Project Number 18 Project Number 19 Substation: Airport Substation Estimated Cost: $2,122,040 Load Level: 3 Reason: To relieve loading and increase capacity for contingency switching based on the planning criteria that limits substation transformer loading greater than 100%. Also, to provide firm capacity.
Add a new 115 22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer with Load Tap

Changers at Airport Substation. Serve Line 17, Line 15, and Line 20 from the new transformer. Leave Line 16 on the existing transformer. Line 16 will become a new circuit that serves the island, in Project Number 20.

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Project Number 20 Substation and Feeder: Airport Line 16 Estimated Cost: $408,100 Load Level: 3 Reason: To relieve loading on Field Street transformer #3 and increase capacity for contingency switching based on the planning criteria that limits substation transformer loading greater than 100%. Also, this project includes the construction of a new circuit to the island from Line 16.
On HWY 1, between N. Orange St. and Park Ave., use Line 4s express circuit

to serve the island through Line 16. Switch the connection at this location. Also, at Turnbull Bay Rd and HWY 1, where Line 16 currently connects to the circuit traveling north, south, and east onto Tanglewood Ave., disconnect Line 16, and connect to the existing Line 4 circuit traveling north and south on HWY 1. To complete the transfer, at Industrial Park Ave. and HWY 1, where Line 4 currently travels north up HWY 1 to serve Inlet Shores, transfer that tap to the Line 16 feed that dead-ends there.
The total transfer from Line 16 to Line 4 is approximately 1.9 MW. This

unloads Line 16 to allow it to be utilized to serve the island.

Figure 4-22: Project Number 20

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Transfer from Line 4 to Line 16.

Figure 4-23: Project Number 20 (continued)

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Project Number 20 (continued; part 2 of 3)
On Line 16, construct 1,700 feet of 23 kV double circuit 500 kCM CU

underground submarine cable from SR 44 to Canova Dr at Oakwood to cross the causeway. There is an existing cable route at this location, but the cable in place is inoperable. Therefore, the new crossing will utilize the route, but the wire will be new. Costs assume that the new conductor will be plowed in conduit under the river bed. Cost for this portion of the project is approximately $400,000. From the submarine cable crossing, construct 500 feet of 23 kV 652 AAC overhead conductor from Canova Dr to S. Peninsula at Oakwood on Line 16. Cost for this portion of the project is approximately $7,500. Transfer the north tap on S. Peninsula at Oakwood from Line 7 to Line 16 to transfer approximately 9.7 MW of load.

Transfer from Line 7 to Line 16.

Figure 4-24: Project Number 20 (continued)

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Project Number 20 (continued; part 3 of 3)
Open recloser R-226 at Condict Dr. and Peninsula on Airport Line 16 and

close at N. Pine St. and Oakwood to move approximately 4 MW from newly extended Line 16 to back to Line 7 for load balancing and to reaching the 15 MW planning criteria limit on 23 kV feeder Line 16.

Open recloser R-266.

Close circuit.

Figure 4-25: Project Number 20 (continued)

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Project Number 21 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Lines 3 and 7 Estimated Cost: $5,900 Load Level: 3 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 3 based on the planning criteria that limits 23 kV feeder loading to 15 MW. Also, to balance the load between Lines 3 and 7.
Install an open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of 2

Ave. on Line 3, and close recloser R-213 on Ocean Ave. Line 7 to move approximately 2.2 MW of load back from Line 3 to Line 7 for load balancing. Previously, in Project Number 5 in Load Level 1, recloser R-213 was opened and this area was served from the new Line 3 extension to South Atlantic Ave from Second Ave. As the load has been shifted from Line 7 to the new island feed on Line 16, Lines 3 and 7 can be more equally balanced to prevent overloading based on the planning criteria.

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Close recloser R-213.

Install open switch.

Figure 4-26: Project Number 21

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Project Number 22 Substation and Feeder: Airport Line 16 Estimated Cost: $97,200 Load Level: 3 Reason: Relieve loading on a tie line based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
On HWY 1, between Turnbull Bay Rd. and Mary Ave., reconductor 5,400 feet

of 23 kV #4/0 CU overhead conductor to 23 kV 652 AAAC overhead conductor on Line 16. Line 16 is more heavily loaded because it is now being utilized to serve the island, based on Project Number 20.

Figure 4-27: Project Number 22

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Project Number 23 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 5 Estimated Cost: $102,600 Load Level: 3 Reason: Relieve loading on a tie line based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
Reconductor 5,700 feet on Saxon, between 15 Ave. and the Schoolway
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Substation, from 23 kV 394 AAAC overhead conductor to 23 kV 652 AAAC overhead conductor on Line 5. From Project Numbers 12, 13, 14, and 15, sections of 13 kV Schoolway Line 14 have been converted to 23 kV and transferred to Line 5. Therefore, this distribution tie is more heavily loaded and requires more capacity based on planning criteria.

Figure 4-28: Project Number 23

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Project Number 24 Substation and Feeder: Field Street Line 4 Estimated Cost: $400 Load Level: 3 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 4 based on the planning criteria that limits 23 kV feeder loading to 15 MW. Also, to relieve loading on Field Street transformer #3 and increase capacity for contingency switching based on the planning criteria that limits substation transformer loading greater than 100%.
Move approximately 1.6 MW from Line 4 to Line 17 by opening the switch

north of Industrial Park Ave. on HWY 1. Close to Line 17 at the switch at the corner of HWY 1 and South St.

Close existing switch.

Open existing switch.

Figure 4-29: Project Number 24

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Project Number 25 Substation and Feeder: Airport Line 17 Estimated Cost: $6,160 Load Level: 3 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 17 underground getaway based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
Reconductor Line 17 substation get-away from 23 kV 4/0 AL underground

conductor to 23 kV 500 MCM underground conductor, total length is 180 feet. In Project Number 8, new Airport Line 20 was constructed, and it relieved loading on Line 17s underground circuit getaway. In Load Level 3, the loading on this circuit getaway is expected to exceed the planning criteria limit.

Figure 4-30: Project Number 25

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Project Number 26 Substation and Feeder: Airport Line 17 Estimated Cost: $82,080 Load Level: 3 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 17 based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
Reconductor 2,400 feet of 23 kV #4/0 AL underground conductor to 23 kV

500 MCM underground conductor on Sunset Dr. off of Turnbull Bay Rd on Line 17.

Figure 4-31: Project Number 26

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Project Number 27 Substation and Feeder: Smyrna Line 11 Estimated Cost: $216,000 Load Level: 5 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 11 based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
On Line 11, reconductor 12,000 feet on SR 44, from the FP&L Right of Way

to Sugar Mill Dr., and then north up Sugar Mill Dr. to Pioneer Trail, from 23 kV 394 AAAC overhead conductor to 23 kV 652 AAAC overhead conductor. Several developments are expected to arise in this area over the 10-year planning period. Therefore, more capacity is required to serve the area.

Figure 4-32: Project Number 27

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Project Number 28 Substation and Feeder: Smyrna Line 11 Estimated Cost: $126,000 Load Level: 5 Reason: To relieve loading on Line 11 (Pioneer Trail) based on the planning criteria that limits conductor loading on distribution ties to 50%.
Construct 8,400 feet of 23 kV 397 AAAC overhead conductor from SR 44 up

OReilly Rd. and tie to Venetian on Line 11. Open the south tap near Reserve Blvd. Close to the new tie at Venetian.
This project transfers approximately 2.7 MW of load on Line 11 from the

northern tap extending to serve the area from Pioneer Trail to the newly extended south tap.

Open south tap and serve from new tie

Figure 4-33: Project Number 28

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Section 5 DEVICE COORDINATION REVIEW


This section describes the existing protective equipment on the electric distribution system for the Utilities Commission, City of New Smyrna Beach (UCNSB); evaluates the effectiveness of the existing equipment ratings, locations, and settings; supplements the existing protective devices by recommending new equipment; describes the recommended protection philosophy; and identifies the basis for setting and sizing protective devices to implement this philosophy.

5.1 Study Objectives


The goals of distribution system protection are to minimizing public risk and equipment damage, while limiting any fault-induced service interruption to the fewest possible customers and the shortest possible duration. Not all interruptions can be prevented, but should be controlled and limited to the smallest practical portions of the system. Several design considerations must be weighed against cost in devising a wellprotected distribution system:

Public Safety The protective devices should be able to detect the full range of available fault currents to minimize hazards to the public. Equipment Protection Damage to the distribution system equipment will be minimized with a well-designed protection scheme by limiting the fault duration. Reliability Proper coordination will provide critical information to the engineering staff and service crews regarding the location of the fault, thus limiting outage duration per customer, and event. Mis-coordination of protective devices can cause unnecessary device operations and outages, resulting in confusion and extensive delays in restoring service. Power Quality Minimize voltage deviation, which could result in failure or misoperation of the utility or end user equipment.

5.2 Protection Requirements


Studies have indicated that between 80 to 90% of line faults are of a temporary nature. Therefore, the use of multi-shot devices will provide the opportunity to clear temporary faults from the system. As a result, these devices can increase reliability while providing protection. However, most faults internal to a substation are permanent in nature and do not warrant reclosing. In performing these tasks, the protective equipment must first sense that an abnormal condition exists. In a distribution system, this usually means sensing larger-thannormal current flow. Then the equipment must act to separate the faulted equipment

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from the rest of the system. This is accomplished by either blowing a fuse or opening some type of fault-interrupting switch, usually a circuit breaker or line recloser. It is desirable to remove the faulted equipment from the system quickly, both to limit damage to the faulted equipment and to minimize the disturbance to the remaining system. It is also desirable to sense precisely where the fault exists and to remove only the faulted equipment, so that the impact on customers is minimized. Furthermore, the protective equipment should be extremely reliable: it should never operate when there is no fault, but it should never fail to operate precisely as intended when there is fault. Finally, the cost of the equipment to perform these functions (capital, operation, and maintenance) must be reasonable relative to the overall costs of providing electric service. It is obvious that there are inherent conflicts between the stated requirements. For example, faster equipment might not be as precise at locating faults. Less expensive equipment might exhibit a reduction in reliability. Therefore, it is necessary to arrive at a compromise that provides a satisfactory mix of speed, selectivity, and cost. Even after the compromises have been made and protective equipment has been installed, the protective system is capable of operation in different modes, which vary the mix of speed, selectivity, reliability, and cost.

5.3 System Loads and Fault Current Calculations


An engineering model using software by Milsoft, Windmil , was used to determine substation equipment loading, and the maximum and minimum fault currents on the system. Balanced load flows, based on the 90 MW summer peak for 2005, were selected to represent the system for the Master Plan analysis. The balanced load flows were compared to the continuous current rating of each overcurrent device. Each substation was assumed to be an independent power delivery point. The complex source impedance at the 115 kV delivery point at Smyrna Substation was provided by UCNSB. The source impedances for the remaining substations were calculated using Aspen One-Liner based on the provided source impedance at Smyrna Substation. Voltage drop calculations assumed a substation bus voltage of 125 volts on a 120 volt base. The Rural Utilities Service (RUS) recommends the following in Bulletin 61-2: Forty ohms is more conservative and is recommended for circuits from metering points, 24.9 kV distribution substations, and 12.5 kV substations with transformer capacity of 5,000 kVA and smaller. For circuits from 12.5 kV distribution substations rated larger than 5,000 kVA, 30 ohms may be considered for use as the value of fault resistances to calculate minimum fault current. Although UCNSB is not regulated by RUS, the guideline above remains an industry standard. For 13.2 kV Schoolway Substation, a fault resistance of 30 ohms for overhead and 20 ohms for underground distribution was assumed. The remaining

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substations on the distribution system are operated at 22.9 kV. Therefore, a fault resistance of 60 ohms for overhead and 40 ohms for underground distribution at 22.9 kV was assumed. For the purpose of this study, no generation is assumed for load flow and fault calculations.

5.4 Existing System Configuration


UCNSB has three 115 kV transmission delivery points. Two are from Florida Power & Light (FP&L) and the third is from Progress Energy (PE). All three points tie into a ring bus at 115-23 kV Smyrna Substation. From Smyrna Substation, 115 kV transmission, owned and operated by UCNSB, is tied into Field Street and Airport Substations as radial feeds. UCNSB owns and operates 4 distribution substations, including three 23 kV substations and one 13 kV substation. Diesel generation facilities are also available for UCNSB, and there are three sites within the city. The distribution substations serve 11 feeders with approximately 225 miles of overhead line and 88 miles of underground line. Ten of the feeders are constructed for and operated at 22.9 kV, and one feeder is operated at 13.2 kV. Installed overhead conductor sizes range from #6 Cu to 652 AAAC and underground conductors from 1/0 AL to 1000 MCM Cu. The existing distribution system includes fuses on many of the taps off of the backbone circuit and substation overcurrent relays. Line reclosers are also used by UCNSB. In most cases, the ground trip settings on the reclosers are bypassed. As a result, the existing scheme requires the substation relays to be the primary overcurrent protection device for the entire distribution circuit.

5.4.1 Source Impedance and Transformer Data


Each substation was assumed to be an independent power delivery point in the Windmil model. The complex source impedance provided by UCNSB is given in Table 5-1. Table 5-2 lists the substation transformer nameplate data provided by UCNSB. The calculated faults at each substation based on the distribution system model are summarized in Table 5-3.

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Table 5-1 Substation Source Impedances Positive Sequence (Ohms)


R 2.679 2.632 0.133 2.141 X 11.298 11.003 0.557 7.977

Substation
Airport Field Street Schoolway (13 kV) Smyrna

Nominal Voltage
115 kV 115 kV 22.9 kV 115 kV

Negative Sequence (Ohms)


R 2.679 2.632 0.133 2.141 X 11.298 11.003 0.557 7.977

Zero Sequence (Ohms)


R 2.035 1.874 0.016 0.210 X 14.020 12.976 0.274 2.272

Notes: The 115 kV source impedance data for Smyrna Substation was provided by UCNSB. Impedance values for the remaining substations were calculated using Aspen One-Liner.

Table 5-2 Substation Transformer Nameplate Data


Substation Airport Field Street #1 Bank Field Street #2 Bank Schoolway (13 kV) Smyrna Phase 3 3 3 3 3 Voltage (kV) 115 22.9 Y 115 22.9 Y 115 22.9 Y 22.9 13.2 Y 115 22.9 Y Rating (MVA) (1) 3 18/24/30 (3) 3 18/24/30 (3) 3 18/24/30 (2) 3 12/16/20 (1) 3 18/24/30 Imp. (%) 9.13 8.90 8.80 8.10 7.90

Notes: Data provided by UCSNB unless otherwise noted.

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Table 5-3 Substation Calculated Fault Currents (Amps)
Substation Airport Field Street Schoolway (13 kV) Smyrna Voltage 115 kV 22.9 kV 115 kV 22.9 kV 22.9 kV 13.2 kV 115 kV 22.9 kV LLL 5718 4244 5868 4397 4397 4485 8038 5039 LLLG 5718 4244 5868 4397 4397 4485 8038 5039 LL 4952 3676 5082 3808 3808 3884 6961 4364 LLG 5683 4394 5882 4554 5301 5470 10757 5191 LG 5332 4462 5579 4624 5332 5576 10610 5255 Min. 1043 219 1046 219 218 252 1074 219

Notes: Fault currents calculated in engineering model.

5.4.2 Circuit Breaker Ratings


Circuit breaker nameplate data provided by UCNSB is summarized in Table 5-4 below. A comparison of the symmetrical duty rating and the calculated faults without generation is also included in Table 5-4. Based on this comparison, none of the circuit breakers require upgrading to serve the available faults.

Table 5-4 Circuit Breaker Ratings


Cont. Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200 1200 Operating Time (Cycles) (2) 5 5 5 5 Calc. Max Fault Int. Rating (kA) 16.8 22.0 12.5 22.0 (Amps) 4,462 4,624 5,576 5,255 Below Rating?

Substation

Location

Voltage (kV) 22.9 22.9 13.2 22.9

Airport Field Street Schoolway (13 kV) Smyrna

Feeder Feeder Feeder Feeder

9 9 9 9

Notes: (1) Data provided by UCNSB unless otherwise noted. (2) Operating times for the breakers were approved by UCNSB.

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5.4.3 Substation Overcurrent Protection


Substation relay data was provided by UCNSB. Both electromechanical and electronic relays are utilized at the UCNSB substations. The relay manufacturers include ABB and General Electric. The existing substation overcurrent protective devices and settings were evaluated based on available faults calculated in the Windmil model (see Table 5-3), and the existing system configuration provided in substation one-lines and distribution maps.

5.4.4 Line Reclosers


Line recloser data provided by UCNSB is summarized in Table 5-5. Based on this information, the majority of the line reclosers do not have ground trip settings; therefore, the existing scheme requires the substation ground relays to provide the primary overcurrent protection for the entire distribution circuit. The existing substation overcurrent protective devices and settings were evaluated based on available faults calculated in the Windmil model, and the existing system configuration provided in distribution maps.

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Table 5-5 Line Recloser Settings and Ratings (1)


Phase Model Control RC # Type Oper. Time (cycles) 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.7 2.7 TCC 1 1-C 1-C 1-C 1-C 0-A 1-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 1-C 1-C TCC 2 2-C 2-C 2-C 2-C 3-C 2-B 2-B 3-C 2E 2-D 2-B 3-B 3-B 2-D 3C 2-B 2-C 2-C Ground TCC 1 0-1 0-1 TCC 2 3-15 1-2 1-5 Trip Coil Rating (Amps) 630 630 630 630 100 800 800 100 800 800 800 800 100 50 25 800 630 630 Min. Trip Min. Trip Max. Interrupt (Amps) 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 3,000 8,000 8,000 3,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 3,000 6,000 8,000 12,500 6,000 Location

-Gnd
(Amps) 200 280 120 140 120 140 170 200 -

-
(Amps) 100 70 80 50 50 400 400 100 170 240 200 200 200 100 50 340 450 70

TriMod TriMod TriMod TriMod RV WVE WVE RV WVE WVE WVE WVE WV WV RV WVE NOVA TriMod

PowerMAX PowerMAX PowerMAX PowerMAX Form 4C Form 4C Form 3A Form 3A Form 3A Form 3A Form ME Form 5 PowerMAX

101 102 104 105 209 212 213 215 216 220 225 226 228 231 235 237 246 259

1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1

Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Hydraulic Electronic Electronic Hydraulic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Electronic Electronic Electronic

Line 11 - Pioneer Trail Line 11 - Tatum Blvd Line 15 - Howard St Line 3 - Cavedo St Line 11 - Corbin Park Line 11 - Findley St Line 7 - Ocean Ave Line 4 - Inlet Shores Line 16 - Barracuda Blvd Line 15 - Halleck St Line 12 - S. Glencoe Rd Line 7 - Condict Dr Line 12 - N Samsula Dr Line 16 - Industrial Pk Ave Line 12 - S.R. 44 Line 7 - N. Peninsula Ave Line 11 - Sugar Mill Dr Line 7 - Kirkland Rd

Notes: (1) Data provided by UCNSB. (2) Assumed

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5.4.5 Fuses
The existing fuses were evaluated based on available faults calculated in the Windmil model, and the existing system configuration provided in the distribution maps.

Types The existing fuses were included in the distribution system model based on the distribution maps provided by UCNSB. According to UCNSB staff, T-type fuses are utilized for overhead taps and K-type fuses are utilized for underground risers and cabinets. Fuse Fault Duty The maximum rating of the cut-outs used by UCNSB is unknown. For the purposes of this analysis, the maximum rating was assumed to be 10,000 Amps for all fuses. The calculated maximum fault should not exceed the interrupting rating of the fuse and holder. Fuse holders with higher fault ratings should be installed where the maximum available fault currents exceed the duty rating of the existing holder. The calculated faults for the distribution system did not exceed the assumed rating for the fuse cut-outs of 10,000 Amps.

5.4.6 Review and Maintenance


Periodic reviews are recommended in order to locate potential coordination problems that can result from load growth or changes in the system characteristics. Also, a maintenance program should be considered to ensure proper operation of the relays, breakers, and reclosers associated with the protection system.

5.5 Conclusions and Recommendations


Changes to the existing overcurrent protection scheme were recommended based on the assumptions and analysis contained within this document. A summary of the analysis, conclusions and recommendations is given below. The recommended relay settings are given in Exhibit 7 and TCC charts for the recommended protection scheme is given in Exhibit 8.

5.5.1 Airport Substation

Airport Line 15 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by DPU2000 relays manufactured by ABB. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,462 Amps Minimum Fault 208 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 16,800 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 240 Amps (based on peak circuit loading)

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Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 652 AAAC @ 730 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 420 Amps Protects breaker and backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 216 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 3,570 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 1,800 Amps WARNING! Ground instantaneous reaches beyond down-line reclosers. Largest Transformer 3ph 150 kVA Pad Additional Comments Ground instantaneous should be increased to the phase instantaneous setting because it reaches beyond down-line reclosers. Phase pick-up settings can be increased to allow for load transfers to the feeder. Ground pick-up settings should be reduced to detect the minimum fault. The time dial on the relay phase pick-up can be adjusted to respond faster as well.

Airport Line 16 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by DPU2000 relays manufactured by ABB. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,462 Amps Minimum Fault 209 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 16,800 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 170 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 4/0 CU @ 480 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 420 Amps Protects breaker and backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 216 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 3,570 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 1,272 Amps WARNING! Ground instantaneous over-reaches beyond down-line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 300 kVA Pad Additional Comments Ground instantaneous should be increased to the phase instantaneous setting because it over-reaches down-line devices. The relay ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault, and the time dial on the phase pick-up can be adjusted to respond faster.

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Note: When the reconductor project is complete for the new circuit to the island, in LL3, the phase pick-up can be increased to 600 A to allow for load transfers to the feeder.

Airport Line 17 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by DPU2000 relays manufactured by ABB. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,462 Amps Minimum Fault 202 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 16,800 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 150 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 336 ACSR @ 776 Amps & 4/0 AL UG @ 220 Amps (Line 17 splits into two separate directions; hence, two backbone conductors were analyzed) Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 348 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor on the split to the airport. Ground Relay Pickup 348 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 3,689 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 1,272 Amps WARNING! Ground instantaneous over-reaches down-line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 300 kVA Pad Additional Comments Ground instantaneous should be increased to the phase instantaneous setting because it over-reaches down-line devices. The time dial on the ground pick-up should be increased to coordinate with larger fuse sizes, and the time dial on the phase pick-up can be adjusted to respond faster. Note: After the new feeder is installed to separate the circuit split, in LL1, the tap on the phase pick-up can be adjusted to 600 A to allow for load transfers to the feeder. Line Reclosers The following reclosers are located on Airport Substation feeders, and recommendations include: On Line 15, ground settings should be added to recloser R220 to detect the minimum fault and isolate the system from the feeder relays zone of protection. Down-line of recloser R220, a 50K or a 40T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination.

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On Line 15, the existing settings for recloser R104 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R104, a 30K or a 20T is the optimum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 16, recloser R231 should be relocated from its existing location upline on Industrial Park Ave. to U.S. 1, and a fast phase operation should be added to the recloser. The relocation is recommended due to the fact that the recloser is very close in series with a fused underground section of the Industrial Park. Once the recloser is moved, it will provide sectionalizing and protection for the whole tap instead of the underground area only. Down-line of recloser R231, a 50K or a 30T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 16, the existing settings for recloser R216 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R216, a 50K or a 30T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination.

Fuse Size The location of the existing fuses was based on the distribution model. Fuses larger than an 80K or an 80T do not coordinate fully with the recommended feeder relay settings. Note: If currently un-fused, the Tinoia Rd. tap on Line 17 should be fused to help with sectionalizing.

Series Fuses Down-line of an 80K, a 40K or a 25T provides proper coordination up to 1,890 A or 1,640 A, respectively. Likewise, down-line of an 80T, a 40T or a 65K provides proper coordination up to 3,270 A or 3,670 A, respectively. The following illustration, Figure 5-1, is a snapshot from the engineering model. It presents the maximum fault current ranges on the Airport Substation in which the fuses in series will coordinate.

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Figure 5-1: Airport Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges The distribution lines in black are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 25T fuse. The distribution lines in red are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 40K fuse. The distribution lines in blue are the regions where an 80T fuse will coordinate with a 40T fuse, and the lines in green indicate the regions where an 80T fuse coordinates with a 65K fuse.

Action Items Relocate recloser R231 up-line from its existing location to the intersection at Industrial Park Ave. and U.S. 1. The Tinoia Rd. tap on Line 17 should be fused to help with sectionalizing. Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7. Details of recloser recommendations are presented in Table 5-6.

5.5.2 Field Street Substation

Field Street Line 3 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by Directional Overcurrent IBC relays manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,578 Amps Minimum Fault 208 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 22,000 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 190 Amps (based on peak circuit loading)

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Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 394.5 AAAC @ 530 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 600 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 300 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 4,200 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 4,200 Amps Instantaneous settings do not over-reach the feeder or line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 500 kVA Pad Additional Comments The ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault, and the time dial of the phase pick-up should be reduced to respond faster.

Field Street Line 4 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by Directional Overcurrent IBC relays manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,578 Amps Minimum Fault 208 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 22,000 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 85 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 4/0 CU @ 480 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 600 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 300 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 4,200Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 3,600 Amps Instantaneous settings do not over-reach the feeder or line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 225 kVA Pad Additional Comments The ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault, and the time dial should be increased to coordinate with larger fuse sizes. For the phase pick-up, the time dial should be reduced to respond faster, and the tap should be lowered to protect the backbone conductor.

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Note: When the reconductor project is complete for the new circuit to the island where most of Line 16 load is transferred to Line 4, in LL3, the phase pick-up can be increased again to 600 A to allow for load transfers to the feeder.

Field Street Line 5 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by Directional Overcurrent IBC relays manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,578 Amps Minimum Fault 209 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 22,000 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 375 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 394.5 AAAC @ 530 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 600 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 300 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 4,200 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 4,200 Amps Instantaneous settings do not over-reach the feeder or line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 500 kVA Pad Additional Comments The relay ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault, and the time dial of the phase pick-up should be reduced to respond faster.

Field Street Line 7 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by Directional Overcurrent IBC relays manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,624 Amps Minimum Fault 207 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 22,000 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 425 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 336 ACSR @ 530 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 720 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor

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Ground Relay Pickup 360 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 3,600 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 3,000 Amps Instantaneous settings do not over-reach the feeder or line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 500 kVA Pad Additional Comments The relay ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault, and the time dial should be reduced to respond faster. For the relay phase pick-up, the time dial should be decreased to respond faster, and tap should be decreased to protect the backbone conductor. Note: Due to the new phase tap setting, for cold load pick-up, some load must be transferred from the circuit to enable the maximum load to be below 400 Amps.

Field Street Line 8 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by Directional Overcurrent IBC relays manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 4,624 Amps Minimum Fault 215 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 22,000 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 86 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 652 AAAC @ 730 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 600 Amps Protects breaker and backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 360 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 3,600 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 3,000 Amps WARNING! Ground instantaneous over-reaches down-line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 300 kVA Pad Additional Comments Ground instantaneous should be increased to the phase instantaneous setting because it over-reaches down-line devices. The relay ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault and the time dial should be increased to coordinate with larger fuse sizes. The time dial of the relay phase pick-up should be reduced to respond faster.

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Line Reclosers The following reclosers are located on Field Street Substation feeders, and recommendations include: Optional: On Line 3, install a 3-phase recloser down-line of the submarine cable to improve sectionalizing of faults that occur on the island and to reduce stress on the submarine cable. On Line 3, the existing settings for recloser R105 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R105, a 25K or a 15T is the optimum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 4, for recloser R215, the C-curve on the slow curve should be changed to a B curve to increase the margin of operating time between the recloser slow phase response and the up-line relay. Down-line of recloser R215, a 50K or a 40T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. Optional: On Line 5, install a 3-phase recloser down-line of the submarine cable to improve sectionalizing of faults that occur on the island and to reduce stress on the submarine cable. On Line 7, a slow ground response should be added to recloser R213 to detect the minimum fault down-line of the relay. For recloser R213, a 50K or a 40 T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 7, the slow ground curve of recloser R226 should be adjusted to provide better coordination with larger fuses. For recloser R226, a 40K or a 20T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 7, reclosers R237 and R259 are presently in series and do not coordinate properly for the full range of available faults. Recloser R237 should be relocated to the north side of the 1-phase recloser R259 to eliminate the series arrangement. For recloser R237, a 40K or a 25T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 7, the existing settings for recloser R259 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R259, a 30K or a 20T is the optimum fuse size that provides the proper coordination.

Fuse Size The location of the existing fuses was based on the distribution model. Fuses larger than an 80K or an 80T do not coordinate fully with the recommended substation relay settings. Note: On Line 4, on Julia St. between U.S.1 and Sams Ave., there are some taps that appear to be un-fused. A fuse at the beginning of this tap should be installed to improve sectionalizing. Note: On Line 5, the tap off of Second Ave., serving East Third Ave., appears to be un-fused but should be protected for sectionalizing purposes.

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Series Fuses Down-line of an 80K, a 40K or a 25T provides proper coordination up to 1,890 A or 1,640 A, respectively. Likewise, down-line of an 80T, a 40T or a 65K provides proper coordination up to 3,270 A or 3,670 A, respectively. The following illustration, Figure 5-2, is a snapshot from the engineering model. It presents the maximum fault current ranges on the Field Street Substation in which the fuses in series will coordinate.

Figure 5-2: Field Street Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges The distribution lines in black are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 25T fuse. The distribution lines in red are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 40K fuse. The distribution lines in blue are the regions where an 80T fuse will coordinate with a 40T fuse, and the lines in green indicate the regions where an 80T fuse coordinates with a 65K fuse.

Action Items Recloser R237 should be relocated north of its current location and out of series with 1-phase recloser R259. The Julia tap on U.S. 1 should be fused, and the tap serving East Third Ave. should be fused. Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7. Details of recloser recommendations are presented in Table 5-6.

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5.5.3 13 kV Schoolway Substation

Schoolway Line 14 The 13.2 kV circuit breaker is controlled by an IAC relay manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 5,576 Amps Minimum Fault 188 Amps (assuming a 30 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 12,500 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 220 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 1/0 Cu @ 310 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 480 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 120 Amps Detects minimum fault Phase Instantaneous Setting 2,880 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 1,920 Amps WARNING! Phase and ground instantaneous are over-reaching most downline fuses. Largest Transformer 3ph 500 kVA Pad Additional Comments The phase instantaneous should be increased because it over-reaches most down-line devices. The ground instantaneous should be blocked because this type of relay does not have the tap setting available for the desired setting. The phase pick-up should be reduced to protect the backbone conductor, and the time-dial should be increased to provide better coordination with fuses. The ground pick-up tap should be increased to provide better coordination with larger fuses.

Fuse Size The location of the existing fuses was based on the distribution model. Fuses larger than a 65K or a 65T do not coordinate fully with the recommended substation relay settings. Series Fuses Down-line of a 65K, a 30K or a 20T provides proper coordination up to 1,440 A or 1,260 A, respectively. Likewise, down-line of a 65T, a 30T or a 40K provides proper coordination up to 2,640 A or 3,250 A, respectively. The following illustration, Figure 5-3, is a snapshot from the engineering model. It presents the maximum fault current ranges on the 13 kV Schoolway Substation in which the fuses in series will coordinate.

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Figure 5-3: 13 kV Schoolway Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges The distribution lines in black are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 25T fuse. The distribution lines in red are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 40K fuse. The distribution lines in blue are the regions where an 80T fuse will coordinate with a 40T fuse, and the lines in green indicate the regions where an 80T fuse coordinates with a 65K fuse.

Action Items Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7.

5.5.4 Smyrna Substation

Smyrna Line 11 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by an IAC relay manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 5,255 Amps Minimum Fault 195 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 22,000 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 400 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 394.5 AAAC @ 530 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating

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Phase Relay Pickup 600 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 240 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 3,840 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 3,000 Amps WARNING! Ground instantaneous reaches beyond down-line reclosers. Largest Transformer 3ph 225 kVA Pad Additional Comments Ground instantaneous should be increased to the phase instantaneous setting because it reaches beyond down-line reclosers. The relay ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault, and the time dial should be increased to provide better coordination with larger fuses. The time dial on the phase relay should be reduced to respond faster.

Smyrna Line 12 The 22.9 kV circuit breaker is controlled by an IAC relay manufactured by General Electric. The following summarizes the data points used to evaluate the breaker and relays at this location. Maximum Fault 5,255 Amps Minimum Fault 197 Amps (assuming a 60 Ohm fault) Breaker Interrupting Rating 22,000 Amps Maximum fault does not exceed rating Maximum Circuit Load 150 Amps (based on peak circuit loading) Breaker Continuous Current Rating 1,200 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Backbone Conductor & Rating 394.5 AAAC @ 530 Amps Maximum load does not exceed rating Phase Relay Pickup 600 Amps WARNING! Protects breaker but not backbone conductor Ground Relay Pickup 300 Amps WARNING! Minimum fault not detected Phase Instantaneous Setting 3,600 Amps Ground Instantaneous Setting 3,000 Amps Instantaneous settings do not over-reach the feeder or line devices. Largest Transformer 3ph 75 kVA Pad Additional Comments The relay ground pick-up should be reduced to detect the minimum fault, and the time dial should be increased to provide better coordination with larger fuses. The time dial of the phase relay should be reduced to respond faster.

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Line Reclosers The following reclosers are located on Smyrna Substation feeders, and recommendations include: On Line 11, for recloser R246, ground curves should be added and the phase trip should be adjusted to provide better coordination with the feeder relays. Down-line of recloser R246, a 65K or a 50T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 11, the two large taps off of Pioneer Trail, Club House Blvd. and Sugar Mill Rd., require larger fuse sizes for protection. Installing reclosers at those two locations is recommended for better coordination with the up-line recloser R246. For the new reclosers, a 40K or a 25T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. Recommended settings for the new reclosers are provided in Table 5-6. On Line 11, the existing settings for recloser R101 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R101, a 40K or a 25T is the optimum fuse size to provide the proper coordination. On Line 11, the existing settings for recloser R209 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R209, a 40K or a 25T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line11, for recloser R212, a slow ground curve should be added, and the fast phase curve should be removed to provide better coordination with the down-line recloser R102. For recloser R212, a 50K or a 30T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 11, the existing settings for recloser R102 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R102, a 30K or a 20T is the optimum fuse size to provide the proper coordination. On Line 12, the existing settings for recloser R235 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R235, a 25K or a 15T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 12, the existing settings for recloser R228 have been evaluated and approved. Down-line of recloser R228, a 50K or a 40T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination. On Line 12, for recloser R225, add a ground slow response to detect the minimum fault and isolate the system from the feeder relays zone of protection. For recloser R225, a 40K or a 25T is the maximum fuse size that provides the proper coordination.

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Fuse Size The location of the existing fuses was based on the distribution model. Fuses larger than an 80K do not coordinate fully with the recommended substation relay settings. Note: There is a long two-phase tap off of Pioneer Trail that appears to be unfused, but for better sectionalizing practices, a fuse should be installed on the tap.

Series Fuses Down-line of an 80K, a 40K or a 25T provides proper coordination up to 1,890 A or 1,640 A, respectively. Likewise, down-line of an 80T, a 40T or a 65K provides proper coordination up to 3,270 A or 3,670 A, respectively. The following illustration, Figure 5-4, is a snapshot from the engineering model. It presents the maximum fault current ranges on the Smyrna Substation in which the fuses in series will coordinate.

Figure 5-4: Smyrna Substation Fuse Coordination Ranges The distribution lines in black are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 25T fuse. The distribution lines in red are the regions where an 80K fuse will coordinate with a 40K fuse. The distribution lines in blue are the regions where an 80T fuse will coordinate with a 40T fuse, and the lines in green indicate the regions where an 80T fuse coordinates with a 65K fuse.

Action Items Install two 3-phase reclosers on Line 11. A long two-phase tap off of Pioneer Trail should be fused. Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7. Details of recloser recommendations are presented in Table 5-6.

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5.5.5 Summary
The review of the existing overcurrent devices identified several action items to improve the effectiveness of the existing UCNSB equipment, and supplement the existing protective devices with new equipment. The following summarizes the recommendations based on this evaluation. In this study, only the distribution feeder relays and line devices were evaluated. Therefore, wherever adjustments have been recommended, such as increasing relay time-dials or pick-ups, up-line devices must be evaluated to ensure that the recommendations coordinate well with the up-line equipment.

Action Items Airport - Relocate recloser R231 up-line from its existing location to the intersection at Industrial Park Ave. and U.S. 1. The Tinoia Rd. tap on Line 17 should be fused to help with sectionalizing. Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7. Details of recloser recommendations are presented in Table 5-6. Field Street - Recloser R237 should be relocated north of its current location and out of series with 1-phase recloser R259. The Julia tap on U.S. 1 should be fused, and the tap serving East Third Ave. should be fused. Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7. Details of recloser recommendations are presented in Table 5-6. Schoolway Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7. Smyrna Install two 3-phase reclosers on Line 11. A long two-phase tap off of Pioneer Trail should be fused. Adjust relay settings based on recommendations in Exhibit 7. Details of recloser recommendations are presented in Table 5-6. Line Reclosers The recommended line recloser settings on the existing configuration of the distribution system is summarized below in Table 5-6.

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Table 5-6 Recommend Line Recloser Settings and Ratings
Phase Model Control RC # 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 Type Oper. Time (cycles) 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.5 TCC 1 1-C 1-C 1-C 1-C 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 0-A 1-A 0-A 1-C 1-C 0-A 0-A TCC 2 2-C 2-C 2-C 2-C 3-C 3-B 2-B 3-B 2E 2-D 2-B 3-B 3-B 2-D 3C 2-B 2-C 2-C 2-B 2-B Ground TCC 1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 TCC 2 1-5 1-6 1-15 1-6 1-5 1-5 3-3 1-5 1-5 Trip Coil Rating (Amps) 630 630 630 630 100 800 800 100 800 800 800 800 100 50 25 800 630 630 800 800 Min. Trip Min. Trip Max. Interrupt (Amps) 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 3,000 8,000 8,000 3,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 3,000 6,000 8,000 12,500 6,000 8000 8000 Location

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Line 11 - Pioneer Trail Line 11 - Tatum Blvd Line 15 - Howard St Line 3 - Cavedo St Line 11 - Corbin Park Line 11 - Findley St Line 7 - Ocean Ave Line 4 - Inlet Shores Line 16 - Barracuda Blvd Line 15 - Halleck St Line 12 - S. Glencoe Rd Line 7 - Condict Dr Line 12 - N Samsula Dr Line 16 - Industrial Pk Ave Line 12 - S.R. 44 Line 7 - N. Peninsula Ave Line 11 - Sugar Mill Dr Line 7 - Kirkland Rd Line 11 Club House Rd. Line 11 Sugar Mill Rd.

Notes: R231 relocated, up-line, to the Industrial Park Ave. tap off of U.S. 1. R237 relocated down-line, on the north side of the tap with 1-phase recloser R259. (moves out of series) Assumed; Changed; New

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Maximum Fault All substation and feeder breakers were rated above the calculated maximum faults (See Table 5-4). Based on the calculated results in the engineering model, all line reclosers were also rated above the calculated maximum faults. Minimum Fault A fault resistance of 60 ohms for overhead and 40 ohms for underground was assumed to calculate the minimum faults available throughout the UCNSB distribution system, with the exception of the 13 kV Schoolway Substation. In this case a fault resistance of 30 ohms for overhead and 20 ohms for underground was assumed. In some cases, the calculated minimum faults are less than peak load currents on the existing circuits. Ground sensing devices (such as relays and reclosers) are used throughout the industry to detect and respond to these minimum faults, minimizing public risk and equipment damage. Based on the information provided by UCNSB, ground relays are generally set too high to detect the minimum fault. Therefore, the reduction of ground pick-up is recommended in many cases. The proposed relay settings are given in Exhibit 7 of this report, and the recommended recloser settings are presented in Table 5-6. (See related discussions for Phase Balancing and Switching)

Continuous Current Rating All of the substation and feeder breakers were rated above the peak load. Pickup Setting In most cases, phase relay settings would prevent transformer or breaker overload. However, some of the backbone circuit conductors were not protected with the existing pickup settings. The proposed settings, in Exhibit 7, were adjusted to protect the existing equipment. Load transfers or conductor upgrades are recommended if the proposed settings can not be implemented due to circuit loading or cold load pickup allowances. Instantaneous Setting The UCNSB protection scheme includes instantaneous and units on the feeder relays. In some cases, the relay ground instantaneous settings are set lower than the phase instantaneous settings, and at times, they are responding to faults available at the end of the circuit or reaching beyond downline devices. This issue is addressed in the recommended settings presented in Exhibit 7 of this report. Phase Balancing A more balanced circuit will not only reduce losses, but will allow UCNSB to reduce the ground trip settings to detect the calculated minimum faults and minimize public risk and equipment damage. (See related discussions for Minimum Fault and Switching)

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Switching Single-phase disconnects can induce significant neutral currents on the system during switching, causing the ground relays to respond. Ground trip settings were lowered to detect the calculated minimum faults and minimize public risk and equipment damage. (See related discussions for Minimum Fault and Phase Balancing) To avoid the false response from the ground relay during load transfers, UCNSB can: Install three-phase, or gang operated switches, at critical tie points across the system. Install relays with alternate settings that can be used during switching operations. Bypass the ground relay during switching operations. WARNING! This method does not provide overcurrent protection for the full range of faults.

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Section 6 ASSESSMENT OF POWER GENERATION RESOURCES 6.1 Generation Locations


6.1.1 Field Street Generating Facility
The Field Street Generating Facility is situated on approximately 2 acres of property on Field Street in a rural area within the City of New Smyrna Beach. The site is located approximately 600 feet south east of the electric utilitys Field Street Substation and approximately 300 feet from the nearest residential dwelling to the north. Properties to the immediate east, south and west of the site contain dense bush, some of which appear to be natural wetlands. The site is located in an area that is projected to flood by the resulting storm surge from a category 3 hurricane. Equipment at the site consists mainly of two General Electric Frame 5 combustion turbine generators rated at a nominal output of 24 MW each along with their unit auxiliary equipment, high voltage switchgear, generator step-up transformers and three 30,000 gallon capacity, double walled No. 2 diesel oil storage tanks. The combustion turbine generators were purchased by UCNSB as pre-owned units manufactured in the early 1970s and were placed in service at the site during the last quarter of 2000. They operate on No. 2 diesel oil only which is delivered to the site storage tanks by road tanker. The output from each generator is synchronized directly to the 23 kV distribution system through separate oil circuit breakers. We understand that the two generators at Field Street were installed primarily to serve as back-up to the transmission interconnections and to provide peaking power when it is economically advantageous. Based on the plant operating records and information from UCNSB, the units have not been required to operate in a back-up role since installation and it has not been economically advantageous to operate them in preference to purchased power. As a result, the units have seen minimal operation, with average annual service of approximately 19 hours for CTG # 1 and 18 hours for CTG # 2 for the years 2001 through 2005. The starting reliability of the units is reported to be high. The heat rate for the Field Street Generating Facility during the period January through October, 2005 was 16,497 BTU/kWh. UCNSB does not maintain a formal maintenance log or track plant availability, but informed R.W. Beck that no major maintenance work has been performed on the units since installation and no extended outage events have been experienced. Spare parts kept on hand for the CTGs and auxiliary equipment are minimal and consist of consumable items only. Routine maintenance and plant operation is performed by the UCNSB two-man generating plant staff. There is no long term service arrangement

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with the original equipment manufacturer or other such service provider for these units. During the site visit, the units were not operating, but were said to be in a fully available state. The exterior of the units along with the exhaust stacks and air intake show some rusting to varying degrees, but there appears to be no sign that the integrity of the waterproofing has been compromised. Spill prevention control and countermeasures at the UCNSB sites are being reviewed as a separate assignment. General housekeeping at the site is comparable to other facilities of this type with which we are familiar with no visible significant oil leaks or other visible signs of neglect around the units. There are many GE Frame 5 units of the same vintage as the UCNSB units in service in the US and around the world and GE along with other after-market parts and service providers have continued to support their operation. It is expected that this high level of support for these units will continue for the foreseeable future. In fact, several fellow FMPA member utilities including Keys Energy, Lake Worth and Fort Pierce operate similar units for peaking and back-up service with no established date for their retirement from service. The units are generally considered to be robust and are not particularly sensitive to the quality of No. 2 fuel oil. However, they are sensitive to the quality of the inlet air and it is advisable to always provide adequate filtration of the compressor inlet air. While GE provides guidelines for the Inspection and Major Maintenance intervals for the units, many users find that using the findings from regularly scheduled borescope inspections is a more accurate predictor of the maintenance needs of the units.

6.1.2 Smith Street and Clinch Street Generating Facilities


The Smith Street and Clinch Street Generating Facilities are situated on adjoining properties located on Smith Street, one block south of the Bert Fish Medical Center. A pump and storage facility is situated to the west, and areas immediately to the east and south are residential. The facilities and their immediate surroundings are projected to flood as a result of the storm surge from a category 5 hurricane. The Smith Street Facility is comprised of a power house building that contains five diesel generators with a reported total capacity of 6,540 kW. These units were manufactured and installed in the power house at various times between 1947 and 1962. The manufacturers include Fairbanks-Morse, GM Cleveland, Superior and Enterprise. One of the units is reported to have a faulty generator and the starting and operating reliability of the others are unknown. Of the five installed units, only three are considered to be potentially operable at this time. The records show that the last time a unit was operated at this facility was during September 2001. The facility is generally unmanned, with staff presence provided during plant operation or fuel deliveries only. Fuel for the units is provided from a 10,000 gallon No.2 fuel oil storage tank. A very minimal amount of routine equipment maintenance and housekeeping is performed at this site. It does not appear to be in a state of operating readiness. Some plant items are covered by tarpaulin and miscellaneous boxes and containers are stored

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on the operating floor. The power plant exhaust pipe work and support structures are severely rusted and aesthetically displeasing. The original metering and electrical protection equipment still exists in the plant and perhaps require replacement or at the very least checking and calibration. The current availability of spare parts for these units is unknown, since no attempt has been made in recent years to procure spare parts for them. No spares are maintained by UCSNB for these units and it appears that the strategy has been to maintain them in a state of availability with minimal effort and expense until a major failure occurs, at which time the failed unit would be forced into retirement. Also, it appears that with a current generating staff complement of only two persons in total, UCNSB does not have sufficient qualified staff to operate this facility as well as the Field Street Facility at the same time, since a staff presence must be maintained at both facilities during operation. The three generating units at the Clinch Street Generating Facility are identical General Motors Electromotive Division (EMD), individually housed 2.0 MW diesel generators that were placed in service in 1966. These units are reported by UCNSB to have been very reliable, requiring minimal maintenance over the years. The last major overhaul on one of these units was reportedly performed in 1975. All three units are due for a major overhaul at this time. Currently, one of the units is out of service because of a seized crankshaft. No final decision has been made regarding repair of that unit. Over the past five years, the Clinch Street units have operated for an average of 250 hours each year. The heat rate for the EMD units during the period January through October 2005 was 11,797 BTU/kWh. Because of the lower heat rate compared with the Field Street units, the Clint Street units are higher in the dispatch merit order and would logically be placed in peaking service in preference to the Field Street CT units. This is reflected in a comparison of the annual operating hours for the two facilities.

6.1.3 Swoope Generating Facility


The Swoope Generating Facility is located on the Ponce De Leon Cut about mile east of the runway at the New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport. The site is adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway and is projected to flood during a category 1 hurricane. The total generating capacity is 5,145 kW which is provided by one 820 kW (Unit 2), one 2,050 kW (Unit 3) and one 2,275 kW (Unit 4) Fairbanks Morse diesel generators. Unit 2 was installed in 1981 and Units 3 and 4 were installed in 1983. All units were new when installed. Fuel for the units is provided from an 18,000 gallon No. 2 fuel oil storage tank at the facility. At the time of the site visit, Unit 2 was not available for service because of a water leak in the radiator. Operating records show that the three generating units operated for an average of 60 hours per year during the past five years with maximum of 124 hours in 2003 and a minimum of 10 hours in 2004. The overall heat rate for the facility for January through October of 2005 was 11,605 BTU/kWh. Except for periods when the generators are operating, there is no staff presence at the facility.

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UCNSB stocks only minimal spare parts at the power plant, and staff indicated that in recent years, there has been no need to source major items. Fairbanks Morse continues to be a viable company that provides replacement parts and service for its diesel generators and so obtaining OEM spare parts for these units should not be a problem. Routine maintenance is performed by the two person generating plant staff. General upkeep at the Swoope Facility has been minimal and the spare parts in stock limited to a small number of consumable items. The external piping and radiators show a significant amount of rusting. A major concern regarding the Swoope Facility is that it is located within the area that is projected to flood as a result of a storm surge inundation and would therefore be evacuated if the area is threatened by a hurricane that is rated at a category 1 or above. Flooding of the engine and associated auxiliary equipment would be catastrophic for the facility.

6.2 Summary
Based on their continued use for peak shaving, the availability of spare parts and service and an adequate routine maintenance program, it appears that the Field Street generating units can be maintained for operation at acceptable levels of availability and reliability until the spare parts and service are no longer available or economics dictate that they should be removed from service. At this time, it is anticipated that the parts and service for the GE Frame 5 CT units will continue to be provided by GE and other aftermarket vendors for many years to come in order to service the thousands of such units that in service on a worldwide basis. Over the past 10 years, many of these units have been resold and relocated and some are still being advertised for sale on the pre-owned equipment market. A concern about continued operation at the Field Street site is the fact that it is located in an area that is likely to be flooded by seawater from the resulting storm surge that might accompany a category 3 Hurricane. The units at Smith Street are already between 47 and 59 years old and it will prove increasingly difficult to source spare parts and service for them, causing unacceptable levels of performance. None of the units have been operated since 2001. Consideration should be given to formally retiring these units from the system. The EMD MP36 units at Clinch Street are a part of the fleet of portable power units developed by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors in the 1960s after the 1965 blackout in the Northeast. The power units utilized engines that were being used in railroad locomotives. A large number of these units were sold for black start auxiliary power in the U.S. and international power plants and thousands remain in service around the world today. EMD is continuing to provide parts and service for this fleet. The reliability of the UCNSB units has been good in the past and this performance should be achieved in the future if an adequate level of routine maintenance is performed. If UCNSB plans to operate these units extensively in the future, then a detailed technical assessment should be performed, with a view of identifying and replacing obsolete auxiliary and control items with modern components that are serviceable. The Clinch Street units are located on property that

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is projected to be flooded by the storm surge from a Category 5 Hurricane and the base of the units have been elevated by about 3 feet above normal grade level. The Swoope units are only 23 to 25 years old and Fairbanks Morse continues to provide OEM spare parts and service for them. It is reported that their past performance has been good and therefore from a technical perspective, the facility has the potential to continue operating at an acceptable performance level. However, the facility is located in an area that is likely to be affected by the storm surge from a mere category 1 Hurricane and the equipment is installed essentially at grade level. This should be a major concern for UCNSB.

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Exhibit 1 System Load Forecast

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Draft Results Information
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Contents

Introduction Overall Approach Preliminary Analysis


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Monthly system NEL (F/Y 90-05) Monthly peak demand (F/Y 90-05) Total system retail electricity sales (F/Y 90-05) Monthly customer accounts and sales by classification (F/Y 91-05; not provided til after Preliminary Analysis) Monthly revenue by rate classification (F/Y 99-05) Monthly heating/cooling degree days for DAB (FY 90-05) Annual Volusia County economic data: Households, Personal Income, Employment (by major SIC) (1970-2030) UC NSB Customer Use Projection (CUP; primarily water system-focused)

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Forecast Approach

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Preliminary Analysis of NEL


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Preliminary Analysis Conclusions Part I

Fit of basic NEL regression equation is good (Rsquared=96%) and resulting parameters are sensible Model result does not appear to be keeping up with growth over time through 2000 (i.e., growth parameter is too low) Beginning 2001, residuals flip to the opposite direction fairly consistently through end of study period (Oct-2005)
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Preliminary Forecast of NEL


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Historical

Mid-range

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Review of County Economic Data (contd)


Volusia County - Income: Total Personal, (Mil. $1996, SAAR)
25000.0

20000.0

Refer to Title

Note that even the recent history is subject to significant revisions and is essentially a projection.

15000.0

10000.0

5000.0

Average Annual Growth Rate: 1996-2005: 3.3% 2006-2015: 3.4% 2016-2025: 3.3%

0.0 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024

Historical

Mid-range

Total Personal Income is the primary driving variable in the Preliminary NEL Forecast Model
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Review of County Economic Data (contd)


Volusia County - Income per Household: Total Personal ($1996, SAAR)
70000.0

60000.0

Refer to Title

50000.0

40000.0

30000.0

20000.0

10000.0

Average Annual Growth Rate: 1996-2005: 1.5% 2006-2015: 0.1% 2016-2025: 0.7%

0.0 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024

Historical

Mid-range

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Review of County Economic Data (contd)


Economic Data County Comparison - Income per Household: Total Personal ($1996, SAAR)
1.6

1.4

1.2

Factor Over Base

1.0

0.8

0.6

0.4

0.2

Note that most other FL counties suffered somewhat of a decline in average income over 2001-2003, while Volusia did not appear to.

1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022

Volusia County Marion County

Clay County Osceola County

Duval County Sumter County

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Preliminary Analysis Conclusions Part II

NEL data appears lower than can be explained by Volusia County data over 2001-2005
h h

NSB service territory may have been hit harder by recession and terrorist attacks than the county NSB appears to be lagging the county in the economic recovery and in average income growth

Projected growth in county households is expected to outpace recent history (3.3% v. 2.8%) However, NEL model results understate potential growth contemplated in CUP

Possible explanations (possibly in combination) z Projected county total income is overly conservative z NSB will get a disproportionate share of population and income growth z CUP is overly optimistic and reflective of some speculation

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Analysis of Rate Classification Detail

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Residential Sales

Modeled as a function of customers and average use


h h

Customers: Primarily a function of a seasonal pattern and county households (VOLHH) Average use: Primarily a function of average personal income per household (VOLPYHH) and weather

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Residential Customers
Actual v. Modeled Residential Customers
25,000

20,000

Customers

15,000

10,000

Recent super-normal growth exceeds long-term relationship with county household growth.

5,000

LN(CUST_RES) = Seasonal Base + 0.82*LN(VOLHH)


0 Jan-92 Jan-93 Jan-94 Jan-95 Jan-96 Jan-97 Jan-98 Jan-99 Jan-00 Jan-01 Jan-02 Jan-03 Jan-04 Jan-05

Actual

Fitted

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Residential Customers (contd)

Projection methodology
h h

Capture recent above-normal growth pattern independent of county households Forecast continued above-normal growth through 2009 using an adjusted CUP as a guide Each development is given a likelihood of complete build-out based on current status
z z

CUP adjusted as follows:


h

Under construction 100% (includes broke ground) All other status 50%

Intended to capture an expected value of likely resulting increases in housing stock


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Residential Customers (contd)


CUP Projected Residential Customer Additions
2,000 1,800

Residential Use Equivalents (#)

1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Note: This data represents residential growth only and is lower than shown in slide 11.

2012

2013

2014

2015

Full CUP Projection

Adjusted Projection

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Residential Customers (contd)


Comparison of Various Projections of Residential Customers
35,000

30,000

25,000

Customers (#)

20,000

15,000

10,000

5,000

0 1996

1998

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

2020

Historical

Adj CUP Projection

Basic Model

Adjusted Model

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Residential Average Use


Actual v. Modeled Residential Usage
1,600

1,400

1,200

Sales (kWh)/Customer

1,000

800

600

Appears anomalous
400

200

LN(RES_USE) = -1.2 + 0.69*LN(VOLPYHH) + 0.00067*CDD + 0.00062*HDD + 0.00106*CDD(-1) + 0.00180*HDD(-1) + 0.04*(Jan)

0 Jan-92 Jan-93 Jan-94 Jan-95 Jan-96 Jan-97 Jan-98 Jan-99 Jan-00 Jan-01 Jan-02 Jan-03 Jan-04 Jan-05 Actual Fitted

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Residential Average Use (contd)

Parameters suggest the following: h A 10% change in personal income per household will yield about a 7% change in electric consumption (i.e., somewhat inelastic) h January billed sales are typically somewhat higher than weather would explain (greater number of billing days due to holiday period?)
On average, model over-forecasts average use during 20012005 h Income gains in NSB in recent years are likely less than across the county h Many seasonal residents have been less likely to occupy their homes over that period Final model adjusts for this via an assumed income drag term, which then moves higher over the forecast horizon
25

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Residential Average Use


Historical and Projected Residential Average Use
14,000

12,000

Average Usage (kWh/customer)

10,000

8,000

6,000

4,000

The projection reflects the assumption that incomes and average use in NSB will move toward parity with the rest of Volusia County over 20062012.

2,000

0 1996

1998

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008 Fiscal Year

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

2020

Historical
26

Projected

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General Service Non-demand Sales


Actual v. Modeled GS Non-demand Sales
6,000

5,000

4,000

Sales (MWh)

3,000

Appears anomalous
2,000

1,000

LN(SAL_GSND) = -0.73 + 0.95*LN(VOLPY) + 0.00032*CDD + 0.00025*HDD + 0.00058*CDD(-1) + 0.00027*HDD(-1) - 0.09*HURRJN - 0.07*(>Aug-04) [w/ AR terms]

0 Jan-92 Jan-93 Jan-94 Jan-95 Jan-96 Jan-97 Jan-98 Jan-99 Jan-00 Jan-01 Jan-02 Jan-03 Jan-04 Jan-05

Actual

Fitted

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GS Non-demand Sales (contd)

Parameters suggest the following:


h

A 10% change in total personal income will yield about a 10% change in sales 2004 hurricanes had about a 16% impact on sales The entire period beyond Sep-04 has somewhat lower sales than can be explained by county economic and weather data

h h

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General Service Demand Sales


Actual v. Modeled GS Demand Sales
10,000 9,000 8,000 7,000

Sales (MWh)

6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000

LN(SAL_GSD) = 1.74 + 0.75*LOG(VOLPY) + 0.00027*CDD + 0.00037*CDD(-1) - 0.14*HURRJN + 0.19*(Aug-05) [w/ AR Terms]

0 Jan-92 Jan-93 Jan-94 Jan-95 Jan-96 Jan-97 Jan-98 Jan-99 Jan-00 Jan-01 Jan-02 Jan-03 Jan-04 Jan-05

Actual
29

Fitted

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GS Demand Sales (contd)

Parameters suggest the following:


h

A 10% change in total personal income will yield about a 7.5% change in sales 2004 hurricanes had about a 14% impact on sales August 2005 had abnormally high billed sales (by about 19%)
z

h h

While model errors are normally not adjusted in this way, large errors are damaging to the regression results, and this data is almost certainly an accounting issue

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Draft Forecast Results

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Draft Forecast Results NEL


Historical and Projected Net Energy For Load
800

700

600

NEL (GWh)

500

400

300

200

100

Average Annual Growth Rate: 1996-2005: 2.0% 2006-2015: 3.6% 2016-2025: 2.6%

0 1996

1998

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008 Fiscal Year

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

2020

Historical

Projected
32

Normalized

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Draft Forecast Results System Peak Demand


Historical and Projected Non-Coincident Peak Demands
160

140

120

NCP Demand (MW)

100

80

60

40

20

0 1996

1998

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

2020

Summer Historical Winter Historical

Summer Projected Winter Projected

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Exhibit 2 Substation and Feeder Forecast

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UCNSB (Summer Totals) Substation and Feeder Load Forecast


TOTAL SUBSTATION / FEEDER NAME CAPACITY (MVA) RELATIVE GROWTH FACTOR 2005 PEAK (MW ) LL1 2006 LL2 2007 LL3 2008 LL4 2009 COMP. LL7 2012 LL8 2013 LL9 2014 LL10 2015 ANNUAL GROWTH

PROJECTED LOADS (MW) LL5 2010 LL6 2011

PROJECTED SYSTEM COINCIDENT PEAK Field St #1 Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Field St #2 Line 7 Line 8 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Airport Line 15 Line 16 Line 17 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Schoolway (13kV) Line 14 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Smyrna Line 11 Line 12 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor COINCIDENT SYSTEM PEAK TOT. NON-COINCIDENT SUB. PEAK SYSTEM COINCIDENT FACTOR 30.0 15.00 15.00 15.00 1.75 1.25 0.65 1.25

90.00 25.50 7.40 3.30 14.80 25.50 100.00% 20.20 16.80 3.40 20.20 100.00% 22.20 9.60 6.70 5.90 22.20 100.00% 8.30 8.30 8.30 100.00% 22.00 16.20 5.80 22.00 100.00% 90.00 98.20 91.65%

93.17 27.18 7.98 3.43 15.77 27.18 100.00% 21.74 18.21 3.53 21.74 100.00% 23.25 9.99 7.06 6.20 23.25 100.00% 8.63 8.63 8.63 100.00% 23.88 17.14 6.74 23.88 100.00% 93.17 96.05 97.00%

97.39 28.02 8.24 3.49 16.29 28.02 100.00% 22.52 18.93 3.59 22.52 100.00% 24.00 10.27 7.29 6.44 24.00 100.00% 8.78 8.78 8.78 100.00% 25.86 18.11 7.75 25.86 100.00% 97.39 100.41 97.00%

101.63 28.79 8.49 3.54 16.76 28.79 100.00% 23.09 19.45 3.64 23.09 100.00% 24.58 10.42 7.57 6.59 24.58 100.00% 8.91 8.91 8.91 100.00% 28.31 19.04 9.27 28.31 100.00% 101.63 104.78 97.00%

106.10 29.61 8.81 3.61 17.19 29.61 100.00% 23.85 20.14 3.71 23.85 100.00% 25.24 10.61 7.80 6.83 25.24 100.00% 9.08 9.08 9.08 100.00% 30.69 19.96 10.73 30.69 100.00% 106.10 109.38 97.00%

110.15 30.35 9.10 3.67 17.58 30.35 100.00% 24.53 20.76 3.76 24.53 100.00% 25.92 10.89 8.01 7.02 25.92 100.00% 9.23 9.23 9.23 100.00% 32.76 20.74 12.02 32.76 100.00% 110.15 113.56 97.00%

113.81 31.06 9.37 3.73 17.96 31.06 100.00% 25.19 21.37 3.82 25.19 100.00% 26.49 11.17 8.20 7.13 26.49 100.00% 9.38 9.38 9.38 100.00% 34.59 21.35 13.24 34.59 100.00% 113.81 117.33 97.00%

117.60 31.83 9.67 3.79 18.37 31.83 100.00% 25.92 22.04 3.88 25.92 100.00% 27.02 11.45 8.32 7.25 27.02 100.00% 9.54 9.54 9.54 100.00% 36.46 21.98 14.48 36.46 100.00% 117.60 121.23 97.00%

121.20 32.55 9.95 3.85 18.76 32.55 100.00% 26.60 22.66 3.94 26.60 100.00% 27.52 11.73 8.44 7.36 27.52 100.00% 9.68 9.68 9.68 100.00% 38.28 22.59 15.69 38.28 100.00% 121.20 124.95 97.00%

124.37 33.13 10.17 3.89 19.06 33.13 100.00% 27.14 23.16 3.98 27.14 100.00% 27.94 11.96 8.53 7.44 27.94 100.00% 9.79 9.79 9.79 100.00% 40.01 23.14 16.87 40.01 100.00% 124.37 128.22 97.00%

127.68 33.75 10.42 3.94 19.39 33.75 100.00% 27.73 23.70 4.03 27.73 100.00% 28.38 12.21 8.63 7.54 28.38 100.00% 9.92 9.92 9.92 100.00% 41.77 23.70 18.07 41.77 100.00% 127.68 131.63 97.00% ---------

3.56% 2.44% 3.01% 1.54% 2.33% --------2.74% 2.97% 1.47% --------2.24% 2.26% 2.26% 2.19% --------1.55% 1.55%

30.0 15.00 15.00

1.75 1.00 0.50

30.0 15.00 15.00 15.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

20.0 10.00

1.00 1.00

30.0 15.00 15.00

1.00 1.00 1.00

6.41% 3.67% 11.59% ---------------------

Notes: (1) Historical system coincident and substation non-coincident peak loads provided UCNSB. (2) Projected coincident system peak from 2006 Load Forecast. (3) Capacity of feeders based on planning criteria. Represents feeder loading greater than 100% Represents substation transformer loading greater than 80% Represents substation transformer loading greater than 100%

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UCNSB (Spot Loads) Substation and Feeder Load Forecast

2005 SUBSTATION / FEEDER NAME PEAK (MW ) LL1 2006 LL2 2007 LL3 2008 LL4 2009

PROJECTED LOADS (MW) LL5 2010 LL6 2011 LL7 2012 LL8 2013 LL9 2014 LL10 2015

COMP. ANNUAL GROWTH

PROJECTED SYSTEM COINCIDENT PEAK Field St #1 Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Field St #2 Line 7 Line 8 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Airport Line 15 Line 16 Line 17 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Schoolway (13kV) Line 14 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor Smyrna Line 11 Line 12 Total Feeder Load Substation Coincident Factor COINCIDENT SYSTEM PEAK TOT. NON-COINCIDENT SUB. PEAK SYSTEM COINCIDENT FACTOR Notes:

0.82 0.14 0.00 0.00 0.14 0.14 100.00% 0.12 0.12 0.00 0.12 100.00% 0.06 0.00 0.00 0.06 0.06 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 0.58 0.07 0.50 0.58 100.00% 0.82 0.90 91.65%

2.27 0.28 0.00 0.00 0.28 0.28 100.00% 0.25 0.25 0.00 0.25 100.00% 0.22 0.00 0.09 0.13 0.22 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 1.59 0.36 1.23 1.59 100.00% 2.27 2.34 97.00%

4.41 0.42 0.00 0.00 0.42 0.42 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 0.57 0.11 0.20 0.26 0.57 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 3.19 1.04 2.15 3.19 100.00% 4.41 4.55 97.00%

6.84 0.57 0.01 0.00 0.56 0.57 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 0.81 0.11 0.38 0.32 0.81 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 5.30 1.72 3.58 5.30 100.00% 6.84 7.06 97.00%

8.94 0.58 0.03 0.00 0.56 0.58 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 1.02 0.11 0.47 0.44 1.02 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 7.24 2.31 4.93 7.24 100.00% 8.94 9.22 97.00%

10.85 0.59 0.04 0.00 0.56 0.59 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 1.30 0.21 0.56 0.53 1.30 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 8.92 2.80 6.12 8.92 100.00% 10.85 11.19 97.00%

12.45 0.59 0.04 0.00 0.56 0.59 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 1.48 0.32 0.63 0.54 1.48 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 10.39 3.13 7.26 10.39 100.00% 12.45 12.83 97.00%

13.97 0.59 0.04 0.00 0.56 0.59 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 1.59 0.42 0.63 0.54 1.59 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 11.85 3.45 8.39 11.85 100.00% 13.97 14.41 97.00%

15.48 0.59 0.04 0.00 0.56 0.59 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 1.70 0.53 0.63 0.55 1.70 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 13.29 3.78 9.51 13.29 100.00% 15.48 15.96 97.00%

16.99 0.59 0.04 0.00 0.56 0.59 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 1.82 0.63 0.63 0.56 1.82 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 14.73 4.11 10.63 14.73 100.00% 16.99 17.52 97.00%

18.50 0.59 0.04 0.00 0.56 0.59 100.00% 0.38 0.38 0.00 0.38 100.00% 1.93 0.74 0.63 0.56 1.93 100.00% 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00% 16.17 4.43 11.74 16.17 100.00% 18.50 19.07 97.00%

26.27% 8.78% 0.00% 0.00% 8.01% --------4.67% 4.67% 0.00% --------27.08% 0.00% 23.95% 17.45% --------0.00% 0.00% --------29.43% 32.20% 28.52% ---------------------

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UCNSB (Allocated) Substation and Feeder Load Forecast


RELATIVE SUBSTATION / FEEDER NAME GROWTH FACTOR 2005 PEAK (MW ) LL1 2006 LL2 2007 LL3 2008 LL4 2009 PROJECTED LOADS (MW) LL5 2010 LL6 2011 LL7 2012 LL8 2013 LL9 2014 LL10 2015 COMP. ANNUAL GROWTH

PROJECTED SYSTEM COINCIDENT PEAK Field St #1 Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Total Feeder Load Substation Growth Factors Substation Coincident Factor Field St #2 Line 7 Line 8 Total Feeder Load Substation Growth Factors Substation Coincident Factor Airport Line 15 Line 16 Line 17 Total Feeder Load Substation Growth Factors Substation Coincident Factor Schoolway (13kV) Line 14 Total Feeder Load Substation Growth Factors Substation Coincident Factor Smyrna Line 11 Line 12 Total Feeder Load Substation Growth Factors Substation Coincident Factor COINCIDENT SYSTEM PEAK TOT. NON-COINCIDENT SUB. PEAK SYSTEM GROWTH FACTORS SYSTEM COINCIDENT FACTOR Notes: 1.75 1.25 0.65 1.25

89.18 17.06 7.40 3.30 6.36 17.06 100.00% 1.75 1.00 0.50 20.08 16.68 3.40 20.08 100.00% 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 22.14 9.60 6.70 5.84 22.14 100.00% 1.00 1.00 8.30 8.30 8.30 100.00% 1.00 1.00 1.00 21.42 16.13 5.30 21.42 100.00% 89.18 89.00 91.65%

90.90 18.26 7.98 3.43 6.86 18.26 0.062 100.00% 21.50 17.96 3.53 21.50 0.077 100.00% 23.03 9.99 6.97 6.07 23.03 0.040 100.00% 8.63 8.63 8.63 0.040 100.00% 22.29 16.78 5.51 22.29 0.040 100.00% 90.90 93.71 0.040 97.00%

92.98 18.82 8.24 3.49 7.08 18.82 0.027 100.00% 22.15 18.56 3.59 22.15 0.033 100.00% 23.43 10.16 7.09 6.18 23.43 0.017 100.00% 8.78 8.78 8.78 0.017 100.00% 22.68 17.07 5.61 22.68 0.017 100.00% 92.98 95.86 0.017 97.00%

94.79 19.30 8.48 3.54 7.29 19.30 0.023 100.00% 22.72 19.08 3.64 22.72 0.028 100.00% 23.77 10.31 7.20 6.27 23.77 0.015 100.00% 8.91 8.91 8.91 0.015 100.00% 23.01 17.32 5.69 23.01 0.015 100.00% 94.79 97.72 0.015 97.00%

97.16 19.94 8.78 3.61 7.55 19.94 0.029 100.00% 23.47 19.76 3.71 23.47 0.036 100.00% 24.22 10.50 7.33 6.39 24.22 0.019 100.00% 9.08 9.08 9.08 0.019 100.00% 23.44 17.65 5.80 23.44 0.019 100.00% 97.16 100.16 0.019 97.00%

99.30 20.52 9.06 3.67 7.79 20.52 0.025 100.00% 24.15 20.39 3.76 24.15 0.032 100.00% 24.63 10.68 7.45 6.49 24.63 0.017 100.00% 9.23 9.23 9.23 0.017 100.00% 23.83 17.94 5.89 23.83 0.017 100.00% 99.30 102.37 0.017 97.00%

101.37 21.09 9.33 3.73 8.02 21.09 0.024 100.00% 24.82 21.00 3.82 24.82 0.030 100.00% 25.01 10.85 7.57 6.59 25.01 0.016 100.00% 9.38 9.38 9.38 0.016 100.00% 24.21 18.22 5.98 24.21 0.016 100.00% 101.37 104.50 0.016 97.00%

103.62 21.70 9.63 3.79 8.28 21.70 0.026 100.00% 25.54 21.66 3.88 25.54 0.032 100.00% 25.43 11.03 7.70 6.71 25.43 0.017 100.00% 9.54 9.54 9.54 0.017 100.00% 24.61 18.53 6.08 24.61 0.017 100.00% 103.62 106.83 0.017 97.00%

105.72 22.28 9.91 3.85 8.52 22.28 0.023 100.00% 26.22 22.29 3.94 26.22 0.029 100.00% 25.82 11.20 7.81 6.81 25.82 0.015 100.00% 9.68 9.68 9.68 0.015 100.00% 24.99 18.81 6.18 24.99 0.015 100.00% 105.72 108.99 0.015 97.00%

107.38 22.74 10.14 3.89 8.71 22.74 0.018 100.00% 26.76 22.78 3.98 26.76 0.022 100.00% 26.12 11.33 7.91 6.89 26.12 0.012 100.00% 9.79 9.79 9.79 0.012 100.00% 25.28 19.03 6.25 25.28 0.012 100.00% 107.38 110.70 0.012 97.00%

109.18 23.24 10.38 3.94 8.92 23.24 0.019 100.00% 27.35 23.32 4.03 27.35 0.024 100.00% 26.45 11.47 8.01 6.97 26.45 0.013 100.00% 9.92 9.92 9.92 0.013 100.00% 25.60 19.27 6.33 25.60 0.013 100.00% 109.18 112.56 0.013 97.00% -------------

2.06% 2.71% 2.97% 1.54% 2.97% ------------2.71% 2.94% 1.47% ------------1.55% 1.55% 1.55% 1.55% ------------1.55% 1.55%

1.55% 1.55% 1.55% -----------------------------

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Exhibit 3 Cost of Losses

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COPYRIGHT 2005, R. W. BECK, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED All information in BLUE text requires input data

LOAD LOSS CALCULATION ANNUAL COST OF LOSS PER kW:


Cost for Demand: Cost for Energy: 1kW*DR*DF (.84(LF^2) + .16(LF))*1kW*(ER)*8760 hours DR = Existing Power Demand Rate (1) = $0.00 /kW LF = Three Year Average Annual Load Factor = 47.75% ER = Existing Power Energy Rate (1) = $0.04735 /kWh Based on average $/MWH from LD_EST 2005.xls DF = Three Year Average Annual Demand Factor = 7.96 ANNUAL COST FOR 1kW OF PEAK LOSSES: $111.12 /kW $0.00 /kW $111.12 /kW

CORE LOSS CALCULATION ANNUAL COST OF LOSS PER kW:


Cost for Demand: Cost for Energy 1kW*DR*12 months 1kW*ER*8760 hours DR = Existing Power Demand Rate (1) = $0.00 /kW ER = Existing Power Energy Rate (1) = $0.04735 /kWh ANNUAL COST FOR 1kW OF PEAK LOSSES: $414.79 /kW $0.00 /kW $414.79 /kW

LOAD FACTOR CALCULATION


Peak Load (kW) 2004 2005 77,300 77,000 53,600 54,000 84,000 82,000 89,000 80,000 82,000 74,000 63,000 70,000 89,000 385,510 49.45% 91,000 74,000 67,500 59,000 73,000 79,000 90,000 89,000 82,000 74,000 51,000 0 91,000 396,806 49.78%

(2)

Month January February March April May June July August September October November December System Peak Ann. MWh Purch. Ann. Load Factor

2003

Three Year Average 89,500 71,667 61,233 57,000 78,000 78,667 86,333 83,000 80,000 71,000 58,333 46,233 89,500 389,567 47.75%

Percent of Peak 100.00% 80.07% 68.42% 63.69% 87.15% 87.90% 96.46% 92.74% 89.39% 79.33% 65.18% 51.66% 100.00%

Percent of Peak Squared 1.00 0.64 0.47 0.41 0.76 0.77 0.93 0.86 0.80 0.63 0.42 0.27 7.96

100,200 64,000 62,600 58,000 77,000 75,000 80,000 80,000 76,000 65,000 61,000 68,700 100,200 386,385 44.02%

Notes : (1) Based on the average $/MWh from 2005.

(2) MWh Purch. and Peak Loading was taken from UCNSB data.
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Exhibit 4 Assumptions

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Present Worth Cost Assumptions

Interest for Present Worth Analysis

5.00% TRANSMISSION SUBSTATION 2.40% 40.0 2.50% 5.00% 5.83% 3.00% 6.90% 0.50% 2.00% DISTRIBUTION 2.40% 33.3 3.00% 5.00% 6.23% 5.00% 6.90% 0.50% 2.00%

Annual Inflation on Investment (Blue Chip) Depreciation Life of Investment (Years) Annual Depreciation (3-yr. Avg.) Nominal Interest Rate Capital Recovery Factor (Calculated) Percent O&M Expense of Installed Plant Annual Inflation of O&M Expenses Percent Insurance Expense of Installed Plant Annual Inflation of Insurance Expense COST OF LOSSES Cost for 1kW of Peak Loss (Cu) Cost for 1kW of Peak Loss (Fe) Annual Inflation of Cost of Losses

2.40% 40.0 2.50% 5.00% 5.83% 5.30% 6.90% 0.50% 2.00%

$111.12 $414.79 8.60%

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Copyright 2001, R. W. Beck, Inc. All rights reserved.

Exhibit 5 Substation Cost Estimates

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Smyrna Substation Replace (3) 1 phase regulators with three of matched impedance Replace Relaying with Microprocessor based relays

UCNSB Smyrna Substation SUBSTATION COST ESTIMATE DETAILS


Capital Fund Estimate Unit Total Price Price (d) (e)

Line

Item (a) Power Transformer 115-23kV 18/24/30 MVA with LTC 576KVA Regulators Circuit Switcher-1200 115kV 31.5kA 23 kV Feeder Relay Change out Substation Structures Relay Panels Control Building Small UG Ductbank

Item Code (b)

Quantity (c)

Manufacturer/ Contractor (f)

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

0 3 0 0 2 1 2 0 0

$ 800,000 $ 30,000 $ 45,000 $ 30,000 $ 10,000 $ 50,000 $ 20,000 $ 110,000 $ 100

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

90,000 20,000 50,000 40,000 200,000 100,000 100,000 300,000 45,000 345,000 24,150 24,150 13,800 10,350 24,150 48,300 72,450 417,450

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT Sitework Construction Land SUBTOTAL CONSTRUCTION SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT & CONSTRUCTION Pricing and Construction Allowance SUBTOTAL EQUIP., CONST., & ALLOWANCE Design and Construction Engineering SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING FEES Construction Management by Owner Owner's Overhead Expense Allowance for Funds Used during Const. SUBTOTAL OTHER FEES AND COSTS SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING & OTHER FEES Project Contingency TOTAL 7.0% 15.0% $ $ 100,000 $ -

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4.0% 3.0% 7.0%

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Notes: Prepared by: Date: Checked by: Date: Approved by: Date:

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Planning Study Cost Estimates.xlsSmyrna No TX

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Airport Substation Add a new 3-phase 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer with LTCs at Airport Substation.

UCNSB Airport Substation SUBSTATION COST ESTIMATE DETAILS


Capital Fund Estimate Unit Total Price Price (d) (e)

Line

Item (a) Power Transformer 115-23kV 18/24/30 MVA with LTC Circuit Switcher-1200 115kV 31.5kA Switchgear -23 kv 1200 A 500MVA Substation Structures Relay Panels Control Building Small UG Ductbank

Item Code (b)

Quantity (c)

Manufacturer/ Contractor (f)

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

1 0 1 6 0 1 2 1 450

$ 800,000 $ 45,000 $ 30,000 $ 25,000 $ 50,000 $ 20,000 $ 110,000 $ 100

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

800,000 45,000 180,000 50,000 40,000 110,000 45,000

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT Sitework Construction Land SUBTOTAL CONSTRUCTION SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT & CONSTRUCTION Pricing and Construction Allowance SUBTOTAL EQUIP., CONST., & ALLOWANCE Design and Construction Engineering SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING FEES Construction Management by Owner Owner's Overhead Expense Allowance for Funds Used during Const. SUBTOTAL OTHER FEES AND COSTS SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING & OTHER FEES Project Contingency TOTAL 7.0% 15.0% $ $ 100,000 $ -

$ 1,270,000 $ $ $ $ 100,000 100,000

$ 1,370,000 $ 205,500

$ 1,575,500 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 110,285 110,285 63,020 47,265 110,285 220,570 330,855 -

4.0% 3.0% 7.0%

$ 1,906,355

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Notes: Prepared by: Date: Checked by: Date: Approved by: Date:

2,122,038

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Planning Study Cost Estimates.xlsAirport

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Airport Substation Bus work at Airport to move Lines 17, 15, and 20 to the new transformer. Leave Line 16 on the existing transformer.

UCNSB Airport Substation SUBSTATION COST ESTIMATE DETAILS


Capital Fund Estimate Unit Total Price Price (d) (e)

Line

Item (a) Power Transformer 115-23kV 18/24/30 MVA with LTC Circuit Switcher-1200 115kV 31.5kA Switchgear -23 kv 1200 A 500MVA Substation Structures Relay Panels Control Building Small UG Ductbank

Item Code (b)

Quantity (c)

Manufacturer/ Contractor (f)

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 450

$ 800,000 $ 45,000 $ 30,000 $ 25,000 $ 50,000 $ 20,000 $ 110,000 $ 100

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

110,000 45,000 155,000 155,000 23,250 178,250 12,478 12,478 7,130 5,348 12,478 24,955 37,433 215,683

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT Sitework Construction Land SUBTOTAL CONSTRUCTION SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT & CONSTRUCTION Pricing and Construction Allowance SUBTOTAL EQUIP., CONST., & ALLOWANCE Design and Construction Engineering SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING FEES Construction Management by Owner Owner's Overhead Expense Allowance for Funds Used during Const. SUBTOTAL OTHER FEES AND COSTS SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING & OTHER FEES Project Contingency TOTAL 7.0% 15.0% $ $ -

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4.0% 3.0% 7.0%

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Notes: Prepared by: Date: Checked by: Date: Approved by: Date:

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Planning Study Cost Estimates.xlsAirport-Feeders

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Schoolway Substation Removal

UCNSB Schoolway Substation SUBSTATION COST ESTIMATE DETAILS


Capital Fund Estimate Unit Total Price Price (d) (e)

Line

Item (a) Power Transformer 115-23kV 18/24/30 MVA with LTC Circuit Switcher-1200 115kV 31.5kA Switchgear -23 kv 1200 A 500MVA Power Circuit Breaker Substation Structures Relay Panels Control Building Small UG Ductbank

Item Code (b)

Quantity (c)

Manufacturer/ Contractor (f)

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

$ 800,000 $ 45,000 $ 30,000 $ 22,000 $ 50,000 $ 20,000 $ 110,000 $ 100

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

100,000 100,000 100,000 15,000 115,000 8,050 8,050 4,600 3,450 8,050 16,100 24,150 139,150

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT Sitework Construction Land SUBTOTAL CONSTRUCTION SUBTOTAL EQUIPMENT & CONSTRUCTION Pricing and Construction Allowance SUBTOTAL EQUIP., CONST., & ALLOWANCE Design and Construction Engineering SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING FEES Construction Management by Owner Owner's Overhead Expense Allowance for Funds Used during Const. SUBTOTAL OTHER FEES AND COSTS SUBTOTAL ENGINEERING & OTHER FEES Project Contingency TOTAL 7.0% 15.0% $ $ 100,000 $ -

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4.0% 3.0% 7.0%

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Notes: Prepared by: Date: Checked by: Date: Approved by: Date:

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Planning Study Cost Estimates.xlsSchoolway

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Exhibit 6 System Deficiencies Existing and At Projected Loads

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UCNSB Electric System Study 1ph Loading > 50 A

Section Name OH4183 OH4184 OH4185 OH4189 OH4190 OH4191 OH4192 OH4196 OH4197 OH4198 OH4199 OH4200 OH4201 OH4202 OH4205 OH4206 OH4207 OH4208 OH4211 OH4212 OH4214 OH4216 OH4217 OH4218 OH4222 OH4223 OH4224 OH4225 OH4226 OH4227 OH4229 OH4230 OH4231

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.035712 0.0312627 0.0349131 0.0152888 0.0285017 0.0298074 0.029267 0.0462136 0.035826 0.033368 0.0257485 0.0127825 0.0158764 0.0334562 0.0302325 0.0342764 0.0316891 0.0100723 0.0868762 0.0693856 0.0603153 0.0509419 0.0673949 0.0399091 0.030427 0.0574991 0.0794244 0.0585054 0.0684084 0.0779987 0.0751016 0.0765942 0.0765961

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Through Amps (Bal) 94 92 92 90 90 89 88 88 88 87 87 86 86 86 85 84 84 84 80 79 78 77 76 76 75 75 74 74 73 73 72 72 72

LL5 Through Amps (Bal) 118 115 115 114 113 112 112 111 111 110 110 109 109 109 108 107 107 106 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 96 95 95 94 94 93 82 82

LL10 Through Amps (Bal) 185 182 182 180 179 179 178 177 177 176 176 175 175 175 174 173 173 172 168 167 165 164 163 163 161 161 160 160 159 159 158 88 88

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UCNSB Electric System Study 1ph Loading > 50 A

Section Name OH4232 OH396 OH397 UG401 UG9137 OH557A UG1054 UG402 OH558A OH4290 OH4291

Source Name SMYRNA FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 SCHOOLWAY Line 3 Line 5 SCHOOLWAY LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 2 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 3 2 2

Equipment #2 AL 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 2 CU 3STR 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 6 CU #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0783028 0.0477005 0.0162519 0.0100424 0.023507 0.0115702 0.0775783 0.0559985 0.021169 0.0590968 0.059992

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 7 13 13 7 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10

Existing Through Amps (Bal) 72 48 40 40 39 45 39 35 44 43 42

LL5 Through Amps (Bal) 82 65 54 54 53 51 48 47 49 48 47

LL10 Through Amps (Bal) 88 73 61 61 59 55 53 53 53 52 51

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 73 87 52 62 68 84 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 52 65 54 67 54 67 54 67 53 66 53 66 53 66 53 66 53 66 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 101 74 91 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 74 74 74 73 73 73 73 73

Section Name OH5410 OH5411 UG5099 OH249 OH250 OH252 OH253 OH254 OH255 OH256 OH257 OH258 OH259 OH260 OH261 OH262 OH263 OH265 OH266 OH267 OH268 OH272 OH273 OH274 OH275 OH276 OH277 OH278 OH279 OH280 OH281 OH282 OH283 OH284

Source Name AIRPORT SUB AIRPORT SUB AIRPORT SUB FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 15 LINE 15 LINE 17 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 23_4/0 AL UG 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.037283 0.0266552 0.0342717 0.0467892 0.025663 0.0348641 0.0349407 0.0339005 0.0358137 0.028852 0.0493013 0.0378288 0.0242685 0.0378972 0.0376238 0.0293715 0.0219064 0.0122002 0.0424483 0.0378674 0.054443 0.0495865 0.0263532 0.0174083 0.0425042 0.0312534 0.0376692 0.0315192 0.0403369 0.00884243 0.0160364 0.0206397 0.0315192 0.0287162

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 53 66 53 66 53 66 53 66 53 66 53 65 53 65 53 65 53 65 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 72 59 71 59 71 58 71 58 71 58 71 58 71 57 70 57 70 57 69 57 69 56 68 56 68 56 68 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 73 73 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 80 80 80 80 79 79 79 79 79 79 79 79 78 78 78 77 77 77 77 77 76 76 75 75 75

Section Name OH285 OH286 OH287 OH289 OH290 OH294 OH295 OH296 OH297 OH326 OH327 OH328 OH329 OH330 OH331 OH332 OH333 OH334 OH335 OH336 OH337 OH338 OH339 OH340 OH341 OH342 OH343 OH344 OH345 OH346 OH347 OH348 OH350 OH351

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0260926 0.0142227 0.0219232 0.0431953 0.0361324 0.035552 0.0363108 0.0367928 0.0359901 0.0326743 0.0374488 0.0272597 0.0207485 0.0327556 0.0283259 0.0421349 0.0470783 0.0286013 0.0381417 0.0281192 0.0314384 0.0218626 0.0291204 0.0164157 0.0359776 0.0286489 0.00761051 0.0309418 0.0310707 0.0358032 0.0307475 0.0393392 0.0256044 0.0688028

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 56 68 56 68 55 67 54 66 54 66 54 65 54 65 54 65 54 65 53 65 53 64 53 64 53 64 53 64 53 64 53 64 53 64 53 63 53 63 52 63 52 63 102 120 66 82 59 78 59 78 59 78 58 78 58 78 58 77 58 77 58 77 79 105 79 105 79 105 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 75 74 74 72 72 72 72 72 71 71 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 69 69 69 69 130 90 89 89 89 89 89 88 88 88 120 120 120

Section Name OH352 OH353 OH354 OH356 OH357 OH358 OH359 OH360 OH361 OH362 OH363 OH364 OH365 OH366 OH367 OH368 OH369 OH370 OH371 OH375 OH376 UG1406 UG288 OH1410 OH1411 OH1412 OH1414 OH1415 OH1488 OH1495 OH1496 OH1500 OH1505 OH1506

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1000 MCM CU 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0673999 0.0672771 0.0723925 0.0685142 0.0386931 0.0665184 0.0672587 0.0210658 0.0367356 0.038256 0.0289059 0.0601281 0.0297863 0.0644746 0.0192197 0.0196924 0.019238 0.0532556 0.0463935 0.0534847 0.0442079 0.0197138 0.544292 0.0257154 0.0221356 0.0573491 0.053861 0.0354608 0.0243365 0.0609661 0.045281 0.0304149 0.0310037 0.0204546

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 78 103 78 103 78 103 78 103 78 103 77 102 77 102 77 102 77 102 76 102 76 102 76 102 76 101 76 101 77 102 80 105 80 105 79 105 79 105 79 105 79 104 79 103 78 103 78 103 78 103 78 103 57 75 57 75 57 75 57 75 57 75 57 75 57 75 57 75 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 117 119 119 119 119 119 118 118 118 118 118 118 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85

Section Name OH1507 OH1508 OH1509 OH1510 OH1511 OH1512 OH1513 OH1514 OH1515 OH1516 OH1517 OH1518 OH1519 OH1520 OH1524 OH1525 OH1526 OH1527 OH1528 OH1529 OH1569 OH1570 OH1571 OH1572 OH1573 OH1574 OH1579 OH1580 OH1581 OH1582 OH1583 OH1584 OH1585 OH1586

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0440368 0.0317755 0.0326834 0.0348493 0.0247178 0.0250629 0.0478826 0.0439346 0.0351706 0.0420613 0.0419975 0.0392782 0.0364955 0.0398795 0.0286008 0.0404115 0.0950621 0.0492554 0.0538833 0.0499138 0.0445488 0.0484736 0.0244991 0.0356176 0.0290473 0.023313 0.03673 0.0236895 0.0233162 0.0224244 0.0198976 0.028358 0.00551672 0.0344711

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 56 74 77 101 56 74 56 74 56 73 56 73 56 73 56 73 56 73 56 73 56 73 76 100 171 222 171 222 171 222 171 223 95 121 95 121 95 121 93 118 93 118 91 116 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 85 85 85 85 85 85 84 84 84 84 84 84 84 115 84 84 84 84 84 84 84 84 84 114 252 252 252 252 136 136 136 134 134 131

Section Name OH1587 OH1588 OH1591 OH1592 OH1593 OH1594 OH1595 OH1596 OH1597 OH1598 OH1599 OH1600 OH1601 OH1602 OH1603 OH1604 OH1605 OH1606 OH1607 OH1608 OH1609 OH1610 OH1611 OH1612 OH1820 OH1821 OH1822 OH1823 OH1854 OH1855 OH1856 OH1857 OH1858 OH2100

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0357687 0.0254157 0.0422528 0.0348917 0.0300198 0.0291064 0.0507871 0.0581222 0.0438956 0.0369564 0.0399026 0.0384961 0.0289114 0.00102395 0.038343 0.0381479 0.0437239 0.0343335 0.0479513 0.0465007 0.0147492 0.0263574 0.0722401 0.0201642 0.0211081 0.0216795 0.00989061 0.0400307 0.0283556 0.00965724 0.0271886 0.0252573 0.0289726 0.0445668

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 91 116 91 116 89 113 89 113 88 112 87 110 81 103 81 103 81 103 82 103 82 103 85 107 85 108 87 110 56 73 56 73 54 72 54 72 54 72 57 74 57 74 57 74 57 74 57 74 56 73 56 73 79 105 79 105 56 74 56 73 56 73 52 69 50 58 51 60 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 131 131 128 127 127 125 116 116 116 117 117 121 122 124 84 83 82 82 82 84 84 84 84 83 83 83 120 120 84 83 83 78 63 64

Section Name OH2101 OH2102 OH2103 OH2104 OH2105 OH2106 OH2134 OH2135 OH2136 OH2137 OH2138 OH2139 OH2140 OH2141 OH7196 OH7197 OH7201 OH7202 OH7204 OH7205 OH7206 OH7207 OH7208 OH7209 OH7210 OH7211 OH7684 OH7703 OH8586 OH8812 OH8814 UG1085 OH10A OH110A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 23_500 MCM CU PARRAL 652.4 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0204296 0.0131687 0.024147 0.0306425 0.0125441 0.0141776 0.0379242 0.0286444 0.0288822 0.0286444 0.0209307 0.0239089 0.0343698 0.0370951 0.0396336 0.0284873 0.0241668 0.0147857 0.0277733 0.0429795 0.0286062 0.028692 0.0285511 0.0288721 0.0285772 0.0323872 0.0260396 0.0245011 0.0462974 0.0520397 0.0223058 0.0343792 0.0653031 0.0169703

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 50 59 50 59 50 59 50 56 50 56 50 56 50 56 50 55 50 58 50 55 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 63 63 63 61 61 61 61 60 63 60 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 62 62 62 62 62

Section Name OH111A OH112A OH113A OH114A OH115A OH116A OH117 OH119 OH11A OH120 OH12A OH13A OH14A OH15A OH16A OH17A OH18A OH19A OH20A OH21A OH22A OH23A OH24 OH25A OH26A OH27 OH28 OH29A OH30A OH31 OH32A OH33A OH34A OH35A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0437377 0.0317284 0.0345726 0.0304874 0.0323604 0.0205432 0.0473852 0.0287623 0.0494584 0.018963 0.0529464 0.0491127 0.0293597 0.0302764 0.0369063 0.0424532 0.0607783 0.0378532 0.0380486 0.0376275 0.0382441 0.0474139 0.0367255 0.0470006 0.0381316 0.0305926 0.029378 0.0273506 0.0286957 0.0285187 0.0280317 0.0283514 0.0245816 0.0279634

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Capacity Capacity (Bal) (Bal) 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 57 50 58 89 105 89 105 89 105 50 58 89 105 89 105 89 105 89 105 89 105 87 102 84 99 82 97 50 58 78 92 75 89 74 89 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 84 97 77 102 77 102 77 102 77 102 77 102 77 102 77 102 77 102 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 62 62 62 62 63 113 113 113 63 113 113 113 113 113 110 106 104 63 99 96 95 63 63 63 63 105 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

Section Name OH36A OH37A OH38A OH39A OH4A OH57A OH58A OH59A OH5A OH60A OH61A OH62A OH64A OH65A OH67A OH68A OH69A OH6A OH70A OH71A OH72A OH7A OH8A OH9138 OH9A UG3 OH2912 OH2914 OH2915 OH2916 OH2917 OH2918 OH2919 OH2920

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 1/0 CU 7STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 23_500 MCM CU 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0283229 0.0288155 0.0285271 0.028745 0.0178324 0.0133425 0.0438763 0.0316868 0.0150611 0.0424228 0.0553061 0.0208728 0.0214037 0.0247656 0.0323142 0.0756615 0.0489562 0.0234778 0.0450698 0.0473294 0.0459152 0.0236851 0.0261472 0.0161308 0.0126573 0.016715 0.0208939 0.0658225 0.0573099 0.0554684 0.0588594 0.0549501 0.0792188 0.0872627

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL00 77 102 LL00 77 102 LL00 77 102 LL00 77 102 LL00 77 102 LL00 77 103 LL00 77 103 LL00 77 103 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL00 57 75 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL01-LL05 46 57 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 86 86 86 86 86 86 86 86 86 86 86 86 86 63 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62

Section Name OH2921 OH2922 OH2923 OH2924 OH2925 OH2926 OH2927 OH2928 OH2931 OH2932 OH2933 OH2934 OH2935 OH2936 OH2937 OH2938 OH2939 OH2940 OH2941 OH2942 OH2946 OH298 OH299 OH300 OH301 OH302 OH303 OH304 OH305 OH306 OH307 OH308 OH311 OH312

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.071955 0.0282165 0.0654159 0.0457242 0.0520521 0.0588332 0.0525468 0.0563153 0.0496898 0.0440127 0.0573189 0.0517123 0.0476284 0.0459376 0.0497105 0.057305 0.0338159 0.0347302 0.0167423 0.021376 0.0123025 0.0357593 0.0364019 0.0357593 0.036241 0.0356699 0.0357593 0.0361504 0.0396002 0.0324844 0.0699671 0.0299073 0.0287487 0.0446664

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL01-LL05 46 56 LL01-LL05 46 56 LL01-LL05 46 56 LL01-LL05 46 56 LL01-LL05 44 54 LL01-LL05 44 54 LL01-LL05 44 54 LL01-LL05 44 54 LL01-LL05 44 53 LL01-LL05 44 53 LL01-LL05 44 53 LL01-LL05 44 53 LL01-LL05 43 53 LL01-LL05 47 56 LL01-LL05 47 56 LL01-LL05 47 56 LL01-LL05 45 57 LL01-LL05 45 57 LL01-LL05 45 57 LL01-LL05 44 56 LL01-LL05 44 56 LL01-LL05 49 64 LL01-LL05 49 55 LL01-LL05 49 55 LL01-LL05 49 54 LL01-LL05 48 54 LL01-LL05 48 54 LL01-LL05 48 53 LL01-LL05 47 52 LL01-LL05 47 52 LL01-LL05 47 52 LL01-LL05 46 51 LL01-LL05 46 51 LL01-LL05 45 51 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 62 62 62 62 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 58 61 61 61 63 64 64 64 64 73 59 59 58 58 58 57 57 56 56 56 55 55

Section Name OH313 OH314 OH315 OH316 OH317 OH318 OH319 OH320 OH321 OH322 OH323 OH324 OH325 OH378 OH379 OH380 UG246 OH1653 OH1654 OH1655 OH1656 UG8818 OH121A OH122A OH123A OH124A OH125A OH126A OH127A OH128A OH129A OH130A OH131A OH132A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 23_500 MCM CU PARRAL 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 23_2-500 CU KCM 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.044484 0.0444913 0.0518525 0.0485106 0.0576197 0.0634026 0.0272436 0.025032 0.0190506 0.0131821 0.013094 0.0429141 0.0327819 0.0403481 0.0286029 0.0192518 0.0342215 0.0179139 0.0157293 0.0380389 0.0394932 0.269468 0.0377564 0.0190378 0.0190846 0.0185999 0.0191825 0.0283477 0.0379042 0.0188901 0.0379508 0.0284694 0.0284208 0.0639465

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL01-LL05 45 51 LL01-LL05 45 50 LL01-LL05 45 50 LL01-LL05 45 50 LL01-LL05 47 56 LL01-LL05 46 55 LL01-LL05 46 55 LL01-LL05 45 53 LL01-LL05 44 53 LL01-LL05 45 54 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 43 51 LL01-LL05 44 52 LL01-LL05 44 52 LL01-LL05 44 52 LL01-LL05 44 52 LL01-LL05 44 52 LL01-LL05 44 52 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 55 54 54 54 60 59 59 57 57 58 54 54 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62

Section Name OH139A OH140A OH141A OH142A OH73 OH96A OH97A OH98A OH99A OH1425 OH2897 OH2898 OH2899 OH2900 OH2901 OH2902 OH2903 OH2904 OH2905 OH2906 OH2907 OH2908 OH2909 OH2910 OH2911 OH3003 OH3004 OH3005 OH3006 OH3007 OH3008 OH3009 OH3010 OH3011

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 4/0 CU 7STR 4/0 CU 7STR 4/0 CU 7STR 4/0 CU 7STR 4/0 CU 7STR #2 AL 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7

Length (Miles) 0.0329959 0.0363079 0.0409199 0.0188736 0.0351173 0.0485274 0.0421575 0.0291742 0.0423993 0.0203168 0.0476489 0.0444714 0.0447212 0.0408107 0.0534383 0.0535293 0.0544659 0.0512881 0.0543713 0.0559556 0.0564718 0.0520271 0.0546248 0.0553796 0.0277746 0.0329305 0.0499788 0.0502108 0.0502094 0.050147 0.0502779 0.0501437 0.0502108 0.0499493

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 34 51 LL01-LL05 13 51 LL01-LL05 13 51 LL05-LL10 41 48 LL05-LL10 40 47 LL05-LL10 41 47 LL05-LL10 44 49 LL05-LL10 44 49 LL05-LL10 44 49 LL05-LL10 44 49 LL05-LL10 44 49 LL05-LL10 43 48 LL05-LL10 43 48 LL05-LL10 43 48 LL05-LL10 43 47 LL05-LL10 41 48 LL05-LL10 41 48 LL05-LL10 41 48 LL05-LL10 41 48 LL05-LL10 41 48 LL05-LL10 41 48 LL05-LL10 40 47 LL05-LL10 40 47 LL05-LL10 40 47 LL05-LL10 41 49 LL05-LL10 41 49 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 62 80 80 51 51 51 54 53 53 53 53 52 52 52 51 52 52 52 52 52 51 51 51 51 53 53

Section Name OH3012 OH3013 OH3014 OH3015 OH3016 OH3017 OH3018 OH3019 OH3020 UG3741 UG7525 UG8607 UG8609 UG8610 OH143A OH144A OH145A OH146 OH147A OH148A OH149A OH150A OH151A OH40A OH41A OH42A OH43A OH44A OH45A OH2890 OH2892 OH2893 OH2894 OH2895

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA AIRPORT SUB AIRPORT SUB AIRPORT SUB FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 17 LINE 17 LINE 17 SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.039569 0.0359933 0.0386037 0.0434888 0.0492072 0.05264 0.0471047 0.0483994 0.0453049 0.0900288 0.0619418 0.178813 0.160077 0.112905 0.0285465 0.0279995 0.0192237 0.04534 0.0493771 0.0426396 0.0233742 0.0286881 0.0397467 0.0271395 0.0278773 0.0283365 0.0302701 0.0227594 0.020928 0.0499966 0.0505955 0.0379007 0.0505001 0.0409437

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 13 13 13 13 13

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL05-LL10 41 49 LL05-LL10 34 47 LL05-LL10 34 47 LL05-LL10 34 47 LL05-LL10 34 47 LL05-LL10 34 47 LL05-LL10 36 49 LL05-LL10 36 49 LL05-LL10 36 47 LL05-LL10 36 47 LL05-LL10 36 47 LL05-LL10 20 43 LL05-LL10 20 43 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 20 42 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 53 54 54 54 54 54 55 55 53 53 53 64 64 61 61 61 61 61 61 61 61 61 61 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60

Section Name OH2896 OH3021 OH3022 OH3023 OH3024 OH3025 OH3027 OH3028 OH3029 OH3030 OH3031 OH2952 OH2957 OH2958 OH2959 OH2960 OH2961 OH2962 OH2963 OH2964 OH2965 OH2966 OH2967 OH2968 OH3137 OH3138 OH3139 OH3140 OH3141 OH3142 OH3143 OH3144 OH3145 OH3146

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0426887 0.0523516 0.0593357 0.0499907 0.0532626 0.0536616 0.053198 0.0420628 0.0449757 0.0400839 0.0542774 0.0137269 0.0106689 0.0382624 0.0346177 0.0504327 0.0457295 0.0518891 0.0506313 0.0572686 0.0478312 0.0571651 0.0567869 0.0517203 0.0583294 0.0604977 0.0561906 0.0578681 0.0596639 0.0571826 0.0576855 0.0573487 0.0545205 0.0606711

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 12 36 LL05-LL10 13 36 LL05-LL10 13 36 LL05-LL10 13 36 LL05-LL10 13 36 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 12 35 LL05-LL10 11 35 LL05-LL10 11 35 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 55 55 55 55 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 52

Section Name OH3147 OH3148 OH3149 OH3150 OH3151 OH3152 OH3153 OH3154 OH3155 OH3156 OH3157 OH3158 OH3159 OH3160 OH3161 OH3162 OH3163 OH3164 OH3445 OH3446 OH3447 OH3448 OH3506 OH3507 OH3508 OH3509 OH3510 OH3511 OH3512 OH3513 OH3514 OH3515 OH3516 OH3517

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0561859 0.057344 0.0572356 0.0572415 0.0575519 0.0573392 0.0552156 0.0576608 0.0580889 0.0593707 0.0555346 0.0574511 0.0573419 0.0573448 0.0571321 0.0573448 0.0574388 0.0582937 0.0357383 0.0367293 0.0361675 0.0383201 0.0357059 0.037244 0.0450365 0.0425764 0.0436678 0.0882378 0.0445986 0.0428226 0.0432689 0.044372 0.0457165 0.0322212

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 50% Existing % LL5 % Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 11 34 LL05-LL10 10 34 LL05-LL10 10 34 LL05-LL10 10 34 LL05-LL10 10 34 LL05-LL10 10 34 LL05-LL10 10 34 LL05-LL10 9 33 LL05-LL10 9 33 LL05-LL10 9 33 LL05-LL10 13 46 LL05-LL10 9 42 LL05-LL10 8 31 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 51 51 51 67 62 52

Section Name OH3518 OH3519 OH3520 OH3521 OH3522 OH3523 OH3524 OH3525 OH3526 OH3527 OH3528 OH3529 OH3530 OH3531 OH3532 OH3533 OH3534 UG3749 UG3761 UG3769

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.0338331 0.0332206 0.0339958 0.0336343 0.0337247 0.033815 0.0336363 0.0337267 0.032563 0.0348939 0.0339911 0.0338171 0.0335439 0.0351968 0.0441719 0.0463303 0.0463406 0.398122 0.25909 0.338488

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

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UCNSB Electric System Study Conductor Loading > 80% Existing % LL5 Load Capacity Capacity Level (Bal) (Bal) LL05-LL10 55 69 LL05-LL10 53 67 LL05-LL10 53 67 LL05-LL10 53 66 LL05-LL10 52 66 LL05-LL10 52 65 LL05-LL10 51 65 LL05-LL10 51 64 LL05-LL10 51 64 LL05-LL10 51 64 LL05-LL10 51 64 LL05-LL10 50 63 LL05-LL10 50 63 LL05-LL10 50 63 LL05-LL10 49 63 LL05-LL10 49 62 LL05-LL10 49 62 LL05-LL10 49 62 LL05-LL10 46 59 LL05-LL10 46 59 LL05-LL10 45 58 LL05-LL10 45 57 LL05-LL10 44 57 LL05-LL10 44 57 LL05-LL10 43 56 LL05-LL10 43 56 LL05-LL10 43 55 LL05-LL10 43 55 LL05-LL10 42 55 LL05-LL10 42 55 LL05-LL10 42 54 LL10 % Capacity (Bal) 107 105 105 104 104 104 103 103 103 102 102 102 101 101 101 100 100 100 97 97 96 95 95 94 94 94 93 93 92 92 92

Section Name OH4183 OH4184 OH4185 OH4189 OH4190 OH4191 OH4192 OH4196 OH4197 OH4198 OH4199 OH4200 OH4201 OH4202 OH4205 OH4206 OH4207 OH4208 OH4211 OH4212 OH4214 OH4216 OH4217 OH4218 OH4222 OH4223 OH4224 OH4225 OH4226 OH4227 OH4229

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.035712 0.0312627 0.0349131 0.0152888 0.0285017 0.0298074 0.029267 0.0462136 0.035826 0.033368 0.0257485 0.0127825 0.0158764 0.0334562 0.0302325 0.0342764 0.0316891 0.0100723 0.0868762 0.0693856 0.0603153 0.0509419 0.0673949 0.0399091 0.030427 0.0574991 0.0794244 0.0585054 0.0684084 0.0779987 0.0751016

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

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Section Name OH1000 OH1001 OH1002 OH326A OH327A OH328A OH444 OH445 OH446 OH447 OH450 OH451 OH452 OH464 OH985 OH989 OH990 OH991 OH992 OH999 UG1003 UG1004 UG1005 UG1006 UG1007 UG1008 UG1009 UG1010 UG1011 UG1012 UG1013 UG1014 UG1015

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5

Phase 1 1 1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 7 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.0380228 0.0200866 0.0189043 0.0113261 0.00362908 0.0262444 0.0367066 0.0480512 0.0385062 0.0321735 0.0135253 0.0161729 0.00770083 0.0447585 0.015043 0.0241095 0.03842 0.0286049 0.00814681 0.0189059 0.0460227 0.0326677 0.0557994 0.0411805 0.0275376 0.103215 0.019254 0.011512 0.0198538 0.0174285 0.126389 0.0309398 0.103349

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name UG1016 UG1017 UG1018 UG1019 UG1020 UG1021 UG1022 UG1023 UG405 UG406 UG408 UG409 UG410 UG411 UG412 UG413 UG416 UG448 UG449 UG455 UG463 UG465 UG466 UG467 UG468 UG8736 UG8737 UG8738 UG993 UG994 OH1671 OH1672 OH1674

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 7 7 7 2 1 7 7 7

Equipment 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0324396 0.0569427 0.050613 0.0468714 0.0192429 0.0504839 0.0703294 0.0227532 0.0513768 0.0515276 0.0656659 0.0687515 0.0627638 0.0404892 0.0546784 0.0034382 0.0293658 0.0124101 0.0657679 0.123918 0.0557001 0.12132 0.0560398 0.06728 0.0633645 0.0368214 0.0262413 0.0705075 0.067222 0.0845629 0.0162125 0.0329837 0.0420091

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH1675 OH1676 OH1677 OH1678 OH1679 OH1680 OH1681 OH1682 OH1683 OH1684 OH1685 OH1686 OH1687 OH1688 OH1689 OH1690 OH1692 OH1693 OH1694 OH1695 OH1696 OH1697 OH1698 OH1699 OH1700 OH1701 OH1702 OH1703 OH1704 OH1705 OH1706 OH1707 OH1857

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.044635 0.0332429 0.0365298 0.0516581 0.0275334 0.0403579 0.0481288 0.0332074 0.05027 0.0323707 0.0397402 0.047862 0.0475149 0.0552107 0.0497855 0.0384143 0.029976 0.0411674 0.0401941 0.0409893 0.0522906 0.0403721 0.0373986 0.0332729 0.0518946 0.0437489 0.0465943 0.0472221 0.0255962 0.0242663 0.0132173 0.019908 0.0252573

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116

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Section Name OH1858 OH1860 OH1861 OH1862 OH1863 OH1864 OH1865 OH1866 OH1867 OH1868 OH1869 OH1870 OH1871 OH1872 OH1873 OH1874 OH1875 OH1876 OH1877 OH1878 OH1879 OH1880 OH1881 OH1882 OH1883 OH1900 OH1901 OH1902 OH1903 OH1904 OH1905 OH1907 OH1908

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 2 CU 3STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7

Length (Miles) 0.0289726 0.0267426 0.0277687 0.0258632 0.0248178 0.025103 0.0249167 0.0269116 0.0264342 0.0336633 0.0142655 0.0335951 0.0188995 0.029003 0.0203094 0.0316315 0.0381528 0.028767 0.040176 0.028764 0.0284127 0.0194927 0.018898 0.0221151 0.0257941 0.0380339 0.0499263 0.0266406 0.0285263 0.0451728 0.0194938 0.01428 0.0205031

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH1909 OH1910 OH1911 OH1912 OH1913 OH1914 OH1915 OH1916 OH1917 OH1918 OH1919 OH1920 OH1921 OH1922 OH1923 OH1942 OH1943 OH1944 OH1945 OH1946 OH1947 OH1948 OH1949 OH1950 OH1951 OH1952 OH1953 OH1954 OH1955 OH1956 OH1960 OH1961 OH1962

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 336.4 ACSR 26/7 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7 336.4 ACSR 26/7

Length (Miles) 0.0258737 0.0128442 0.0366714 0.0264587 0.0236015 0.0196734 0.0100009 0.0374107 0.0176456 0.0242096 0.0260295 0.026165 0.0178293 0.0436439 0.047914 0.0201653 0.0191122 0.0287155 0.0211225 0.0267324 0.0192071 0.0285255 0.0285382 0.0276828 0.0353818 0.0233538 0.0257681 0.0213753 0.0250923 0.0283126 0.0171893 0.0287537 0.0372825

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH1963 OH1964 OH1965 OH1966 OH1967 OH1968 OH1969 OH1970 OH1971 OH1972 OH1973 OH1974 OH1975 OH1976 OH1977 OH1978 OH1979 OH1980 OH1981 OH1982 OH1983 OH1984 OH1985 OH1986 OH1987 OH1988 OH1989 OH1990 OH1991 OH1992 OH1993 OH1994 OH1995

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0237784 0.0268614 0.0210405 0.0460806 0.0272799 0.0287631 0.0288822 0.0194938 0.0259718 0.0305646 0.0288829 0.0286442 0.0341118 0.0117673 0.0247223 0.016735 0.0280121 0.0298216 0.0274348 0.0275091 0.045459 0.00648825 0.0323287 0.0183915 0.0219365 0.0306714 0.0286583 0.0288751 0.0396579 0.0269498 0.0317442 0.0294114 0.0304702

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 114 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH1996 OH1997 OH1998 OH1999 OH2000 OH2001 OH2002 OH2003 OH2004 OH2005 OH2006 OH2007 OH2008 OH2009 OH2010 OH2011 OH2013 OH2014 OH2015 OH2016 OH2017 OH2018 OH2019 OH2020 OH2021 OH2022 OH2023 OH2024 OH2025 OH2026 OH2027 OH2028 OH2029

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Length Equipment (Miles) 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0301931 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0287141 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0189231 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0384316 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.028337 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0289188 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0284929 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0476344 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0263232 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0189231 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0374772 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.00959199 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0270155 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0326939 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0380134 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0268756 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.030723 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0305348 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0363041 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0380635 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0384896 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0283926 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.028959 652.4 AAAC 19STR 0.0360669 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0310025 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0380689 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0288134 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.030535 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0109579 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0375074 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0164863 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0382296 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0366347

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH2030 OH2031 OH2032 OH2033 OH2034 OH2035 OH2036 OH2037 OH2038 OH2039 OH2040 OH2041 OH2042 OH2043 OH2044 OH2045 OH2046 OH2047 OH2048 OH2049 OH2050 OH2051 OH2052 OH2053 OH2054 OH2055 OH2056 OH2057 OH2058 OH2059 OH2060 OH2061 OH2062

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

Length Equipment (Miles) 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0305819 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0378461 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0285852 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0365755 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0310423 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0379239 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0281853 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0366532 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0302475 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0373277 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0302447 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0287228 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0185753 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.00999306 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0188408 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0288841 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0286027 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0380852 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0287704 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0360013 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0294285 2 CU 3STR 0.0201101 2 CU 3STR 0.0192579 2 CU 3STR 0.0255551 2 CU 3STR 0.0386419 2 CU 3STR 0.0300856 2 CU 3STR 0.035862 2 CU 3STR 0.0190173 2 CU 3STR 0.0464732 2 CU 3STR 0.0300726 2 CU 3STR 0.012837 2 CU 3STR 0.0425438 2 CU 3STR 0.00532289

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 117 117 117 117 116 117 117 117 117 117 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 116 116 116 116 115 116 116 116 116 116 115 115

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Section Name OH2063 OH2064 OH2065 OH2066 OH2067 OH2068 OH2069 OH2070 OH2071 OH2072 OH2073 OH2074 OH2075 OH2076 OH2077 OH2078 OH2081 OH2082 OH2100 OH2101 OH2102 OH2103 OH2104 OH2105 OH2106 OH2107 OH2108 OH2109 OH2110 OH2111 OH2112 OH2113 OH2114

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 1 1 3 3 3

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0365529 0.0380338 0.0381827 0.0191706 0.0334437 0.019166 0.00921251 0.0194649 0.0283772 0.0288229 0.0191655 0.0190192 0.0479745 0.0334942 0.0145271 0.0190842 0.0318817 0.021268 0.0445668 0.0204296 0.0131687 0.024147 0.0306425 0.0125441 0.0141776 0.0381754 0.0191167 0.0333747 0.011018 0.032648 0.0326254 0.0152251 0.0305459

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name OH2115 OH2116 OH2117 OH2118 OH2119 OH2120 OH2121 OH2122 OH2123 OH2124 OH2125 OH2126 OH2127 OH2128 OH2129 OH2130 OH2131 OH2132 OH2133 OH2134 OH2135 OH2136 OH2137 OH2138 OH2139 OH2140 OH2141 OH2142 OH2143 OH2144 OH2145 OH2146 OH2147

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 1

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0305517 0.0155705 0.014857 0.029833 0.0296036 0.0293573 0.0298365 0.029716 0.0298349 0.0447107 0.0289853 0.0298961 0.0263955 0.0285303 0.0289073 0.0285263 0.0288312 0.028527 0.0286811 0.0379242 0.0286444 0.0288822 0.0286444 0.0209307 0.0239089 0.0343698 0.0370951 0.0315248 0.00496868 0.0322808 0.0392225 0.0287633 0.0146197

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name OH2153 OH2154 OH2155 OH2156 OH2157 OH2158 OH2159 OH2160 OH2161 OH2162 OH2163 OH2164 OH2165 OH2166 OH2167 OH2168 OH2169 OH2170 OH2171 OH2172 OH2173 OH2174 OH2175 OH2176 OH2177 OH2178 OH2179 OH2180 OH2181 OH2182 OH2183 OH2184 OH2185

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0245184 0.0150989 0.0147501 0.0328257 0.0286452 0.0114108 0.0268679 0.0250004 0.0321018 0.025482 0.0192605 0.0287633 0.0378008 0.0193767 0.0286452 0.0259203 0.0226955 0.0198057 0.0311996 0.0224719 0.0310144 0.0230552 0.0302716 0.0302391 0.0286002 0.023035 0.0301317 0.0290057 0.0207808 0.02885 0.0284797 0.0287863 0.0286056

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name OH2186 OH2187 OH2188 OH2189 OH2190 OH2191 OH2192 OH2193 OH2194 OH2195 OH2196 OH2197 OH2198 OH2199 OH2200 OH2201 OH2202 OH2203 OH2204 OH2205 OH2206 OH2207 OH2208 OH2209 OH2210 OH2211 OH2212 OH2213 OH2214 OH2215 OH2216 OH2217 OH2218

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0287863 0.0383388 0.029813 0.0282337 0.01554 0.0516333 0.019626 0.0187606 0.0287536 0.0293478 0.0291662 0.0122584 0.0235971 0.0237718 0.0120727 0.0313859 0.0185721 0.0262091 0.027681 0.0399281 0.00984448 0.0271546 0.0384428 0.0286051 0.0183892 0.0484722 0.0302934 0.028767 0.0237723 0.0114126 0.0350814 0.0265486 0.0261712

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH2219 OH2220 OH2221 OH2222 OH2223 OH2224 OH2225 OH2226 OH2227 OH2228 OH2229 OH2230 OH2231 OH2236 OH2237 OH2238 OH2239 OH2240 OH2241 OH2242 OH2243 OH2244 OH2245 OH2246 OH2247 OH2248 OH2249 OH2250 OH2251 OH2252 OH2253 OH2254 OH2255

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 7 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0256366 0.0197039 0.0167906 0.0282249 0.0305739 0.029721 0.0149763 0.0190184 0.018898 0.0193749 0.0379241 0.019255 0.0173533 0.0201601 0.0367004 0.0360996 0.0148117 0.00760769 0.0234221 0.0148589 0.0299667 0.0299575 0.0152154 0.0247333 0.0255561 0.0124788 0.0240471 0.0247295 0.0248815 0.0251857 0.0245774 0.0249576 0.0248038

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH2256 OH2269 OH2270 OH2276 OH2277 OH2278 OH2279 OH2281 OH2282 OH2283 OH2284 OH2285 OH2286 OH2287 OH2288 OH2289 OH2293 OH2294 OH2295 OH2296 OH2297 OH2298 OH2299 OH2300 OH2301 OH2302 OH2303 OH2304 OH2305 OH2306 OH2324 OH2325 OH2330

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 1 7 7 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 2 2 2 2 7 4 4 4 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 652.4 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0329429 0.0195306 0.013693 0.0225947 0.0321278 0.0113711 0.0102921 0.0408304 0.0160813 0.0443947 0.0164998 0.0215005 0.0128114 0.0247112 0.0249237 0.0249237 0.0238822 0.0268773 0.0119141 0.0308358 0.0170069 0.0292365 0.0184854 0.0193314 0.0191369 0.0192192 0.0189443 0.0194346 0.0380272 0.0380303 0.0239774 0.027022 0.0232373

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH2331 OH2334 OH2335 OH2336 OH2337 OH2338 OH2339 OH2340 OH2341 OH2342 OH2343 OH2344 OH2345 OH2346 OH2347 OH2348 OH2349 OH2353 OH2357 OH2358 OH2359 OH2360 OH2361 OH2362 OH2363 OH2364 OH2368 OH2369 OH2370 OH2371 OH2372 OH2373 OH2374

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Length Equipment (Miles) 2 CU 3STR 0.0127469 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0166724 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0382802 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0192212 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0188514 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0480124 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0286193 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0287501 397 AAAC/465AAAC 0.0366115 2 CU 3STR 0.0197843 2 CU 3STR 0.0286531 2 CU 3STR 0.0289798 2 CU 3STR 0.0281766 2 CU 3STR 0.0286094 2 CU 3STR 0.0179688 2 CU 3STR 0.0394472 2 CU 3STR 0.019087 2 CU 3STR 0.00753176 2 CU 3STR 0.0159952 2 CU 3STR 0.0232114 2 CU 3STR 0.0270608 2 CU 3STR 0.019275 2 CU 3STR 0.0219159 2 CU 3STR 0.0177044 2 CU 3STR 0.0285483 2 CU 3STR 0.0190561 2 CU 3STR 0.0444404 2 CU 3STR 0.0287422 2 CU 3STR 0.0197083 2 CU 3STR 0.0189158 2 CU 3STR 0.0287537 2 CU 3STR 0.038142 2 CU 3STR 0.0244108

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH2375 OH2376 OH2377 OH2378 OH2379 OH2380 OH2381 OH2382 OH2383 OH2384 OH2385 OH2386 OH2388 OH2389 OH2390 OH2391 OH2392 OH2393 OH2394 OH2395 OH2398 OH2399 OH2402 OH2403 OH2405 OH2406 OH2407 OH2408 OH2409 OH2410 OH2411 OH2412 OH2413

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.02709 0.0190381 0.0283926 0.0173516 0.0281884 0.0191625 0.0382739 0.0191369 0.0189983 0.0193268 0.0189757 0.0192192 0.0239696 0.0113885 0.0189659 0.0287582 0.0383314 0.0382224 0.0190215 0.0189957 0.0294024 0.0282435 0.0424136 0.027064 0.022054 0.019087 0.0191921 0.0192476 0.0112029 0.0152235 0.0191641 0.0192528 0.0189669

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH2414 OH2415 OH2416 OH2417 OH2418 OH2419 OH2420 OH2421 OH2422 OH2423 OH2424 OH2425 OH2426 OH2427 OH2428 OH2429 OH2430 OH2431 OH2432 OH2433 OH2434 OH2435 OH2436 OH2438 OH2439 OH2440 OH2441 OH2442 OH2443 OH2444 OH2445 OH2446 OH2449

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 3 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0190531 0.019144 0.0360792 0.0125429 0.0193527 0.0188435 0.0192793 0.0190934 0.020699 0.0213934 0.0190934 0.0191279 0.0209581 0.0266646 0.0380749 0.0330704 0.019273 0.0380841 0.0286628 0.0190009 0.0192965 0.0189799 0.0192446 0.0172401 0.0478388 0.0285522 0.0191243 0.0194962 0.037972 0.0189508 0.0289282 0.0276978 0.023461

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH2470 OH2471 OH2472 OH2473 OH2474 OH2475 OH2476 OH2477 OH2478 OH2479 OH2482 OH2483 OH2484 OH2485 OH2486 OH2487 OH2488 OH2489 OH2491 OH2499 OH2500 OH2501 OH2502 OH2503 OH2506 OH2507 OH2508 OH2509 OH2510 OH2514 OH2515 OH2516 OH2517

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 4

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0104398 0.0315978 0.0382011 0.0284715 0.0207711 0.0135858 0.0272596 0.0284374 0.0298432 0.0265146 0.0162186 0.0174846 0.0197335 0.0107046 0.0264536 0.0253653 0.0248885 0.0198332 0.0246605 0.0123742 0.0125803 0.0332706 0.026643 0.0326904 0.0148347 0.0276056 0.0153647 0.0445855 0.0260451 0.0225741 0.0221294 0.029531 0.0340694

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name OH2518 OH2519 OH2520 OH2521 OH2522 OH2523 OH2524 OH2525 OH2526 OH2527 OH2528 OH2529 OH2530 OH2531 OH2532 OH2533 OH2534 OH2535 OH2536 OH2537 OH2538 OH2539 OH2540 OH2541 OH2542 OH2543 OH2544 OH2545 OH2546 OH2547 OH2548 OH2549 OH2550

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 4 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0273796 0.0254167 0.0308385 0.0310545 0.0305449 0.0555279 0.0352447 0.0209723 0.0161443 0.028834 0.0240128 0.00821587 0.02743 0.0291283 0.0122526 0.0183535 0.010825 0.0214624 0.0191543 0.025946 0.0332172 0.0191799 0.0309553 0.0446542 0.0244712 0.0209715 0.0271634 0.035909 0.0295205 0.0381016 0.0378233 0.0101272 0.0560413

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116

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Section Name OH2551 OH2552 OH2553 OH2554 OH2556 OH2557 OH2559 OH2560 OH2561 OH2562 OH2563 OH2564 OH2565 OH2566 OH2567 OH2568 OH2569 OH2570 OH2571 OH2572 OH2573 OH2574 OH2575 OH2576 OH2577 OH2578 OH2579 OH2580 OH2581 OH2582 OH2583 OH2584 OH2585

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0325001 0.0308187 0.0286487 0.0293815 0.00800616 0.0454878 0.0617499 0.0196961 0.02561 0.0224463 0.0365429 0.00946453 0.0237589 0.0144234 0.0256721 0.0317136 0.0198709 0.0295257 0.0163722 0.0370749 0.0286308 0.0333319 0.0145097 0.0278443 0.019944 0.0189584 0.0270464 0.032826 0.0119964 0.0274741 0.0248426 0.0190391 0.0284592

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH2586 OH2587 OH2594 OH2595 OH2598 OH2599 OH2600 OH2601 OH2603 OH2605 OH2606 OH2607 OH2608 OH2609 OH2610 OH2611 OH2612 OH2613 OH2614 OH2615 OH2616 OH2617 OH2618 OH2619 OH2620 OH2621 OH2622 OH2623 OH2624 OH2625 OH2626 OH2627 OH2628

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 5 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0287667 0.0476054 0.0353135 0.0272182 0.0259172 0.0189365 0.0385643 0.0285837 0.0477705 0.0102254 0.0286739 0.0282282 0.0289857 0.0286654 0.0478268 0.0287036 0.0253154 0.0197942 0.0286856 0.0289791 0.0286017 0.0332268 0.0288122 0.0444709 0.0434506 0.0247812 0.0298186 0.019093 0.0190936 0.01955 0.0187128 0.0189408 0.0175716

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH2629 OH2631 OH2632 OH2633 OH2634 OH2635 OH2636 OH2637 OH2639 OH2640 OH2649 OH2650 OH2652 OH2653 OH2654 OH8965 UG1719 UG1720 UG1722 UG1723 UG1725 UG1726 UG1727 UG1728 UG1729 UG1730 UG1906 UG1924 UG1931 UG1932 UG1933 UG1934 UG1935

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 7 2 1 1 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 336.4 ACSR 26/7 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.0225922 0.0570462 0.0285263 0.0285253 0.0214965 0.0311422 0.00776671 0.0234146 0.0350229 0.025036 0.0227623 0.0292219 0.00820361 0.0258511 0.0282482 0.0102399 0.10631 0.0381989 0.037806 0.0645228 0.0164328 0.0122907 0.0546633 0.0693373 0.0577266 0.0747226 0.0542544 0.0251092 0.027206 0.0237926 0.0263577 0.00363297 0.0265132

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 117 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 116 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name UG1937 UG1938 UG1939 UG1941 UG2079 UG2080 UG2152 UG2232 UG2233 UG2235 UG2257 UG2258 UG2259 UG2260 UG2261 UG2262 UG2263 UG2264 UG2265 UG2266 UG2271 UG2272 UG2273 UG2274 UG2275 UG2290 UG2291 UG2326 UG2328 UG2329 UG2332 UG2333 UG2354

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 3 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1

Equipment 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.0176521 0.0674408 0.0481113 0.060374 0.0588287 0.0401588 0.0134822 0.0577973 0.0170123 0.0342365 0.051935 0.0229344 0.0319598 0.00912861 0.0633308 0.041648 0.00979786 0.0402262 0.00704203 0.0386054 0.0557641 0.023401 0.029089 0.030411 0.0265822 0.0416176 0.0264019 0.032913 0.018777 0.0270504 0.0856247 0.0329344 0.00270099

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name UG2355 UG2356 UG2365 UG2366 UG2367 UG2387 UG2396 UG2397 UG2400 UG2401 UG2404 UG2450 UG2451 UG2452 UG2455 UG2456 UG2457 UG2458 UG2459 UG2464 UG2465 UG2466 UG2467 UG2468 UG2504 UG2505 UG2641 UG2642 UG2643 UG2647 UG2648 UG8889 UG8891

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 1 1 7 7 7 7 1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.0100164 0.00334199 0.0499615 0.0281343 0.0175505 0.0318387 0.0369938 0.0614789 0.0235018 0.00472967 0.0234931 0.0533321 0.0455574 0.106483 0.207736 0.0576562 0.0300898 0.0971304 0.11041 0.0236516 0.0943627 0.0790659 0.0215894 0.0775497 0.054188 0.0840269 0.0030934 0.00218317 0.0910071 0.0144346 0.0151238 0.10054 0.0267161

Primary kV (Bal) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116 116 116

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Section Name UG8903 UG8927 UG8928 UG8929 UG8930 UG8933 UG8936 UG8943 UG8946 UG8955 UG8958 OH116A OH117 OH119 OH120 OH121A OH122A OH123A OH124A OH125A OH126A OH127A OH128A OH129A OH130A OH131A OH132A OH133A OH134A OH135A OH136A OH137A OH139A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 7

Equipment 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_2-500 CU KCM 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.014582 0.0370428 0.117186 0.0907717 0.0920808 0.00907418 0.00889766 0.118804 0.135841 0.017973 0.00552236 0.0205432 0.0473852 0.0287623 0.018963 0.0377564 0.0190378 0.0190846 0.0185999 0.0191825 0.0283477 0.0379042 0.0188901 0.0379508 0.0284694 0.0284208 0.0639465 0.0197453 0.0238261 0.0143071 0.00944943 0.0187937 0.0329959

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH140A OH141A OH142A OH143A OH144A OH145A OH146 OH147A OH148A OH149A OH1500A OH150A OH151A OH152A OH153A OH154A OH155A OH156A OH157A OH158 OH159A OH160A OH161A OH162A OH163A OH165A OH166A OH167A OH168A OH169A OH171A OH172A OH173A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0363079 0.0409199 0.0188736 0.0285465 0.0279995 0.0192237 0.04534 0.0493771 0.0426396 0.0233742 0.0215257 0.0286881 0.0397467 0.0268004 0.0276297 0.0478297 0.0475605 0.0185663 0.0285262 0.0190731 0.0286384 0.0424311 0.0238663 0.0281888 0.0449172 0.035861 0.0306067 0.00759835 0.0305328 0.0184624 0.0494385 0.0477224 0.0280788

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 114

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Section Name OH174A OH175A OH176 OH177A OH178A OH179A OH180A OH181A OH182A OH183 OH184 OH185 OH186 OH187 OH188 OH189 OH190 OH191 OH192 OH193 OH194 OH195 OH196 OH197 OH198 OH199 OH200A OH201A OH202A OH203A OH204A OH205A OH206A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 2 2 2

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0189193 0.0381107 0.054501 0.0449383 0.0707485 0.0288771 0.0400122 0.0405376 0.0137617 0.028447 0.0587029 0.0550496 0.0519583 0.0288366 0.0591655 0.0307786 0.0375253 0.0284219 0.0100443 0.0370833 0.0192618 0.0281868 0.0288519 0.0238514 0.0422437 0.0503672 0.0537996 0.0348596 0.058075 0.0585817 0.0811284 0.081281 0.0434919

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 114

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH207A OH208A OH209A OH210A OH211A OH212A OH213A OH214A OH215A OH216 OH217A OH218A OH219A OH220A OH221A OH222A OH223A OH224A OH225A OH226A OH227A OH228A OH229A OH230A OH231A OH232A OH233A OH234A OH235A OH236A OH237A OH238A OH239A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU

Length (Miles) 0.0693305 0.0820036 0.0819445 0.0875364 0.018614 0.0818643 0.0536142 0.0123694 0.0688583 0.0557536 0.0179917 0.0288504 0.0286138 0.0434311 0.0600674 0.0593566 0.0590211 0.0590536 0.0807487 0.08106 0.0806571 0.0808557 0.0817065 0.0691132 0.0696273 0.0689654 0.0705221 0.068368 0.0694328 0.0787897 0.0789997 0.0783523 0.048618

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113

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Section Name OH240A OH241A OH242A OH243A OH244A OH245A OH246 OH247 OH248 OH249A OH250A OH251A OH252A OH253A OH254A OH255A OH256A OH257A OH258A OH259A OH260A OH265A OH266A OH267A OH268A OH269 OH270 OH271 OH272A OH273A OH274A OH275A OH276A

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1

Equipment 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR #2 AL #2 AL 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0426411 0.0423056 0.0426087 0.0486504 0.0295241 0.0223535 0.0339676 0.0455846 0.0452547 0.0476596 0.0637269 0.0638495 0.0683286 0.0597016 0.0626521 0.0497407 0.0480982 0.0477017 0.0485866 0.0485337 0.0483976 0.0212498 0.021516 0.0174341 0.0234719 0.02845 0.0379215 0.018651 0.017202 0.0346515 0.021379 0.0188219 0.0191821

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH277A OH278A OH279A OH280A OH281A OH282A OH283A OH284A OH520A OH521A OH522A OH523A OH524A OH525A OH526A OH527A OH528A OH529A OH530A OH531A OH532A OH533A OH534A OH535A OH536A OH537A OH538A OH539 OH540 OH541A OH542A OH543 OH544

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.00533841 0.0209093 0.0191821 0.018671 0.0191521 0.0188533 0.0187464 0.0174399 0.0173691 0.0189193 0.020817 0.0256268 0.0241467 0.0235935 0.0285873 0.0281945 0.0330289 0.0380809 0.018486 0.0264821 0.030517 0.018888 0.0190043 0.0191929 0.0170394 0.0188818 0.0190503 0.0283826 0.0377748 0.0188092 0.0190258 0.0190618 0.02825

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name OH545 OH546A OH547A OH548A OH549 OH550 OH551 OH552 OH553 OH554A OH555A OH556A OH557A OH558A OH559A OH560A OH561A OH562A OH563A OH564A OH565A OH566A OH567A OH568A OH569A OH570A OH571A OH572A OH573A OH574A OH575A OH576A OH577

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU

Length (Miles) 0.0188092 0.0190258 0.0193745 0.028046 0.0188939 0.0189055 0.0237285 0.0332168 0.0237132 0.018636 0.0284955 0.0188137 0.0115702 0.021169 0.0480374 0.017297 0.028924 0.0329071 0.0235274 0.0189115 0.019333 0.0234364 0.0255939 0.0169451 0.0303782 0.0528408 0.0353829 0.0400235 0.0473983 0.0449253 0.0212716 0.025992 0.0187912

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name OH578A OH579A OH580A OH581A OH582A OH583A OH584A OH585A OH586A OH587A OH588A OH589A OH590A OH591A OH592A OH593A OH594A OH597A OH598A OH599A OH600 OH601A OH602 OH603A OH604A OH605A OH606A OH612A OH613 OH616 OH617 OH618A OH619

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 1 1 3 3 3 3

Equipment 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU #2 AL 6 CU 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU

Length (Miles) 0.0189115 0.023707 0.0190317 0.0264532 0.0239085 0.0186529 0.0379434 0.0238609 0.0284906 0.0351986 0.0211825 0.0403615 0.0350404 0.018888 0.0234467 0.0188617 0.0237089 0.0419847 0.021696 0.0258573 0.0251914 0.0198663 0.0194566 0.0186971 0.00933818 0.030635 0.03504 0.0180905 0.0305418 0.0378879 0.0400601 0.0211244 0.0376217

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH620 OH621 OH622 OH632A OH633A OH634A OH635A OH636A OH637A OH638A OH645A OH646A OH651A OH652A OH653A OH654A OH655A OH656A OH657A OH658A OH659A OH660A OH661A OH662A OH663A OH664A OH665A OH666A OH667A OH668A OH669A OH670 OH671

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY

Phase 3 3 3 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Equipment 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 2 CU 3STR #2 AL #2 AL 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU 6 CU

Length (Miles) 0.0286344 0.0190448 0.0188297 0.0335949 0.0171204 0.0347864 0.0213021 0.0189567 0.0189419 0.00530665 0.0464251 0.0361646 0.0143557 0.0330024 0.0189589 0.0189792 0.0187219 0.0190275 0.0188617 0.0284231 0.0195205 0.0163486 0.0305589 0.0197417 0.0275762 0.0335009 0.0238005 0.0187914 0.0141178 0.0332146 0.0186532 0.0194517 0.0249927

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name UG607 UG608 UG614 UG624 UG626 UG627 UG630 OH4231 OH4232 OH4235 OH4236 OH4237 OH4238 OH4239 OH4240 OH4241 OH4242 OH4243 OH4244 OH4245 OH4246 OH4247 OH4248 OH4249 OH4250 OH4251 OH4252 OH4253 OH4254 OH4255 OH4256 OH4257 OH4258

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 7 7 1 7 7 7 7 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 13_4/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG 13_1/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0392496 0.0474276 0.0173426 0.0498531 0.0435478 0.0194072 0.0374149 0.0765961 0.0783028 0.0164466 0.0469792 0.0437462 0.0823401 0.0409173 0.0414226 0.041423 0.0410185 0.041831 0.0527489 0.0379876 0.0268741 0.0379876 0.0535786 0.0332147 0.02892 0.0285757 0.0546946 0.0290463 0.0280362 0.041956 0.0138561 0.0572107 0.0496667

Primary kV (Bal) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH4259 OH4260 OH4261 OH4262 OH4263 OH4264 OH4265 OH4266 OH4267 OH4268 OH4269 OH4270 OH4271 OH4272 OH4273 OH4274 OH4275 OH4276 OH4277 OH4278 OH4279 OH4280 OH4281 OH4282 OH4283 OH4284 OH4285 OH4286 OH4287 OH4288 OH4289 OH4290 OH4291

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0507579 0.0288212 0.0379876 0.0574592 0.0287939 0.0518554 0.0515034 0.0381889 0.054698 0.0391514 0.0394589 0.0492868 0.028532 0.0100225 0.0282886 0.0561746 0.0487938 0.0381163 0.0385635 0.0595866 0.0475611 0.0558405 0.0381494 0.0379066 0.0623736 0.0380965 0.0573053 0.0341912 0.0553589 0.0401002 0.0488776 0.0590968 0.059992

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114

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Section Name OH4292 OH4293 OH4294 OH4295 OH4296 OH4297 OH4298 OH4299 OH4300 OH4301 OH4302 OH4303 OH4304 OH4305 OH4306 OH4307 OH4308 OH4309 OH4310 OH4311 OH4314 OH4316 OH4317 OH4318 OH4319 OH4320 OH4321 OH4322 OH4323 OH4324 OH4325 OH4326 OH4327

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0569884 0.0585765 0.0574619 0.0569884 0.0585732 0.057446 0.0572085 0.0216311 0.0492524 0.0271942 0.0185751 0.0142756 0.0378866 0.0481348 0.0415132 0.0541771 0.0565672 0.0577993 0.0582091 0.0354575 0.0608034 0.0759554 0.0398659 0.0553742 0.0496906 0.0137739 0.0983839 0.0466965 0.0413884 0.0280792 0.028945 0.0335488 0.00998826

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113

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Section Name OH4328 OH4329 OH4330 OH4331 OH4332 OH4333 OH4334 OH4335 OH4336 OH4337 OH4338 OH4340 OH4342 OH4343 OH4344 OH4345 OH4346 OH4347 OH4348 OH4349 OH4350 OH4351 OH4352 OH4353 OH4354 OH4355 OH4356 OH4357 OH4358 OH4359 OH4360 OH4361 OH4362

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0353361 0.0395001 0.0861617 0.086078 0.0268285 0.0533603 0.0513611 0.0426353 0.0422307 0.043039 0.0705315 0.0108154 0.0367841 0.0433755 0.0672249 0.0226814 0.0492893 0.0380525 0.0479897 0.0434895 0.0227464 0.0509294 0.042775 0.0432205 0.0434037 0.016866 0.0552818 0.0438246 0.0441878 0.0439524 0.0519596 0.0348236 0.0373813

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113

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Section Name OH4363 OH4364 OH4365 OH4366 OH4367 OH4368 OH4370 OH4371 OH4372 OH4373 OH4374 OH4375 OH4376 OH4377 OH4378 OH4379 OH4380 OH4381 OH4382 OH4383 OH4384 OH4385 OH4386 OH4387 OH4388 OH4389 OH4390 OH4391 OH4392 OH4393 UG4315 UG4341 UG4369

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.019457 0.0577344 0.0110862 0.0314731 0.0306774 0.029424 0.0327556 0.0713007 0.0475666 0.0379241 0.0413086 0.0334948 0.0574923 0.0570823 0.0544551 0.03821 0.0376612 0.0816645 0.0511267 0.0530369 0.0630516 0.0709316 0.0707511 0.0507577 0.0587363 0.0504673 0.0765281 0.0473095 0.063084 0.0259968 0.0335279 0.0302352 0.0430376

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00 LL00

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113

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Section Name OH363 OH364 OH365 OH366 OH367 OH368 OH369 OH370 OH371 OH372 OH373 OH374 OH375 OH376 OH377 OH378 OH379 OH380 OH381 OH383 OH385 OH386 OH387 OH388 OH389 OH390 OH391 OH392 OH393 OH394 OH395 OH396 OH397

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 AAAC 7STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 CU 3STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0289059 0.0601281 0.0297863 0.0644746 0.0192197 0.0196924 0.019238 0.0532556 0.0463935 0.0278237 0.0264514 0.0290302 0.0534847 0.0442079 0.02716 0.0403481 0.0286029 0.0192518 0.0178509 0.00662104 0.0398004 0.0223129 0.0387244 0.0478147 0.0364496 0.0493283 0.00980319 0.0318876 0.0556911 0.0555257 0.105614 0.0477005 0.0162519

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

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Section Name OH432 OH433 OH434 OH435 OH436 OH437 OH438 OH439 OH440 OH441 OH442 OH443 OH472 OH473 OH667 OH668 OH669 UG1406 UG384 UG399 UG400 UG401 UG402 UG403 UG419 UG420 UG421 UG422 UG423 UG424 UG425 UG426 UG427

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 1 1 7 3 1 1 1 1 1 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 3 7

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.0437177 0.0530374 0.0254044 0.030617 0.0371251 0.0428585 0.0618653 0.0372605 0.0382901 0.0384159 0.0380441 0.0480241 0.0178927 0.0303066 0.0381706 0.0192001 0.019153 0.0197138 0.0269774 0.0190889 0.0225952 0.0100424 0.0559985 0.0383169 0.0353547 0.0660068 0.05179 0.0277246 0.0415526 0.0370902 0.0304372 0.0421126 0.0119917

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

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Section Name UG428 UG429 UG430 UG431 UG470 UG471 UG475 UG8729 UG9137 OH1625 OH1627 OH1641 OH1642 OH1643 OH1644 OH1645 OH1646 OH1647 OH1648 OH1649 OH1650 OH1651 OH1652 OH1653 OH1654 OH1655 OH1656 OH1657 OH1658 OH1659 OH1660 OH1661 OH1662

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 Line 5 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR

Length (Miles) 0.0629607 0.0329873 0.0749382 0.0805149 0.0247383 0.0389888 0.0379606 0.0539696 0.023507 0.035327 0.0290115 0.029595 0.0280076 0.0299404 0.0387943 0.0165365 0.0323849 0.0322751 0.0348363 0.0386147 0.0233529 0.0118814 0.038791 0.0179139 0.0157293 0.0380389 0.0394932 0.0293875 0.0280131 0.0520849 0.0370789 0.0390841 0.04037

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH1663 OH1664 OH1665 OH1666 OH1667 OH1668 OH1669 OH1670 OH1763 OH1764 OH1765 OH1766 OH1767 OH1770 OH1771 OH1772 OH1773 OH1774 OH1775 OH1776 OH1777 OH1778 OH1779 OH1780 OH1781 OH1783 OH1784 OH1786 OH1787 OH1788 OH1789 OH1790 OH1791

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR 394.5 AAAC 19STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0345895 0.0337077 0.033324 0.0341257 0.0328033 0.0193492 0.019251 0.0313549 0.0318206 0.0413624 0.0398173 0.032477 0.028066 0.0317582 0.0383022 0.0193031 0.0177811 0.0209402 0.0313923 0.0289157 0.0208235 0.021109 0.0238664 0.0155014 0.0178769 0.0306535 0.0215479 0.00593367 0.0306093 0.0288108 0.0170204 0.0231063 0.0209292

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH1792 OH1793 OH1794 OH1795 OH1796 OH1797 OH1798 OH1799 OH1800 OH1801 OH1802 OH1803 OH1804 OH1805 OH1806 OH1807 OH1808 OH1809 OH1810 OH1811 OH1812 OH1814 OH1815 OH1816 OH1817 OH1818 OH1820 OH1821 OH1822 OH1823 OH1824 OH1825 OH1826

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 3

Equipment 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 4/0 CU 7STR 4/0 CU 7STR 4/0 CU 7STR

Length (Miles) 0.0326307 0.0274875 0.0189221 0.0191129 0.0192073 0.0135971 0.0244375 0.019208 0.0209195 0.0292742 0.00954519 0.0281029 0.0283251 0.0292407 0.02235 0.029001 0.0281698 0.0204631 0.0335173 0.012361 0.0555438 0.0309198 0.0256267 0.0204434 0.00226812 0.0240571 0.0211081 0.0216795 0.00989061 0.0400307 0.0184552 0.0336255 0.0332781

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117

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Section Name OH1827 OH1828 OH1843 OH1844 OH1845 OH1846 OH1847 OH1848 OH1849 OH1850 OH1851 OH1852 OH1853 OH1854 OH1855 OH1856 OH1859 OH1899 OH2087 OH2088 OH2089 OH2090 OH2091 OH2092 OH2093 OH2094 OH2095 OH2096 OH2097 OH2098 OH2630 OH2645 OH2646

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7

Phase 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 2 2 7 7 7 3 7 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 1

Equipment 4/0 CU 7STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 6 CU 336.4 ACSR 26/7 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR

Length (Miles) 0.0331392 0.028177 0.00949021 0.0223644 0.0178024 0.014604 0.00487175 0.0189265 0.00949343 0.0478923 0.0191091 0.0298794 0.0397834 0.0283556 0.00965724 0.0271886 0.0425036 0.0442133 0.019169 0.019169 0.0096758 0.0190482 0.0314621 0.0329829 0.0117757 0.012994 0.0174047 0.0102419 0.0463065 0.0265287 0.0220374 0.00385465 0.0311611

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH8814 UG1759 UG1760 UG1761 UG1768 UG1769 UG1785 UG1813 UG2651 UG8818 OH108A OH109A OH110A OH111A OH112A OH113A OH114A OH115A UG508 UG510A UG511 UG512 OH4211 OH4212 OH4213 OH4214 OH4215 OH4216 OH4217 OH4218 OH4219 OH4220 OH4221

Source Name FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET FIELD STREET SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 LINE 7 SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY SCHOOLWAY LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11

Phase 7 1 3 3 3 3 1 7 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment 652.4 AAAC 19STR 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_2-500 CU KCM 23_1/0 AL UG 23_2-500 CU KCM 4/0 CU 7STR 4/0 CU 7STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 2 CU 3STR 13_4/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG 13_4/0 AL UG #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 2 CU 3STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0223058 0.0589145 0.0646011 0.0547735 0.0429631 0.0386592 0.0160948 0.0370516 0.045059 0.269468 0.0254575 0.0279339 0.0169703 0.0437377 0.0317284 0.0345726 0.0304874 0.0323604 0.0421417 0.0395018 0.0263013 0.0262975 0.0868762 0.0693856 0.0337525 0.0603153 0.0339476 0.0509419 0.0673949 0.0399091 0.0147508 0.0343505 0.0342495

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 120 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 120 120 120 120 120 120 119 119 119 119 119

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116

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Section Name OH4222 OH4223 OH4224 OH4225 OH4226 OH4227 OH4228 OH4229 OH4230 OH4396 OH4397 OH4398 OH4399 OH4400 OH4401 OH4402 OH4403 UG3749 UG3761 UG3762 UG3763 UG3764 UG3765 UG3769 UG3771 UG3773 UG3774 UG3775 UG3777 UG3778 UG3782 UG3784 UG3785

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 7 7 1 1 2 2 7 7 3 1 2 3 3 7 3 3

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 2 CU 3STR #2 AL #2 AL 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.030427 0.0574991 0.0794244 0.0585054 0.0684084 0.0779987 0.0377855 0.0751016 0.0765942 0.0382255 0.0190809 0.047826 0.037253 0.0209747 0.023642 0.0241566 0.0402524 0.398122 0.25909 0.174153 0.155655 0.129977 0.125378 0.338488 0.0521383 0.00919185 0.00962718 0.0112879 0.10996 0.125018 0.0141749 0.0734052 0.10114

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 114 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name UG3787 UG3791 UG3795 UG3797 UG5028 UG5029 UG5030 UG5031 UG5032 UG5033 UG5034 UG5035 UG5036 UG5037 UG5038 UG5039 UG5040 UG5041 UG5042 UG5043 UG5044 UG5045 UG5046 UG5047 UG5048 UG5050 UG5051 UG5052 UG5053 UG5054 UG5055 UG5056 UG5057

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Equipment 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.660671 0.352305 0.0851081 0.0232651 0.145033 0.223135 0.0931846 0.194148 0.189672 0.107561 0.132983 0.182104 0.100339 0.130473 0.147686 0.0897945 0.0437507 0.120169 0.139043 0.1444 0.136679 0.15627 0.125365 0.0515196 0.0650588 0.0650926 0.0232076 0.0561078 0.033049 0.128042 0.0532782 0.0487602 0.0952528

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118 118

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

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Section Name UG5058 UG5059 UG5060 UG5061 OH4202 OH4205 OH4206 OH4207 OH4208 OH4209 OH4394 OH4395 OH3525 OH3526 OH3527 OH3528 OH3529 OH3530 OH3531 OH3532 OH3533 OH3534 OH3535 OH3536 OH3537 OH3538 OH3539 OH3540 OH3541 OH3542 OH3543 OH3544 OH3545

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 11 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Equipment 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0223502 0.091408 0.0650471 0.0199219 0.0334562 0.0302325 0.0342764 0.0316891 0.0100723 0.0378965 0.0504863 0.0285847 0.0337267 0.032563 0.0348939 0.0339911 0.0338171 0.0335439 0.0351968 0.0441719 0.0463303 0.0463406 0.0460478 0.046617 0.0457697 0.0463303 0.0476189 0.0447741 0.0464734 0.0466081 0.0496788 0.0324351 0.0226688

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL01-LL05 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 122 122 122 122 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 118 118 118 118 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 115 115 115 115 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

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Section Name OH3546 OH3547 OH3548 OH3549 OH3550 OH3551 OH3552 OH3553 OH3554 OH3555 OH3556 OH3557 OH3558 OH3559 OH3560 OH3561 OH3562 OH3563 OH3564 OH3565 OH3566 OH3642 OH3643 OH3644 OH3647 OH3648 OH3649 OH3650 OH3651 OH3652 OH3653 OH3654 OH3655

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 3 4 4 4 4

Equipment 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 2 AAAC 7STR 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL 4/0 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0460808 0.0462138 0.0465853 0.0477293 0.0451715 0.0463229 0.0464419 0.046162 0.0464419 0.0461201 0.0466028 0.0310703 0.029849 0.0301675 0.0432867 0.0432867 0.0433929 0.0435292 0.0436924 0.0436146 0.0440226 0.0111368 0.0476971 0.0479541 0.04816 0.0462541 0.046729 0.0464176 0.0477929 0.0435553 0.0413702 0.0410546 0.0415319

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

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Section Name OH3656 OH3657 OH3658 OH3659 OH3660 OH3661 OH3662 OH3663 OH3664 OH3665 OH3666 OH3667 OH3682 OH3683 OH3684 OH3685 OH3686 OH3687 OH3688 OH3689 OH3690 OH3691 OH3692 OH3693 OH3694 OH3695 OH3696 OH3697 OH3699 OH3700 OH3701 OH3702 OH3703

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 4 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL

Length (Miles) 0.0413972 0.0412305 0.0535676 0.057593 0.050844 0.0427746 0.0459691 0.043277 0.0289986 0.0363008 0.0513817 0.0495771 0.0416136 0.042713 0.043011 0.0426283 0.041448 0.0474645 0.0443795 0.0426446 0.0418381 0.0438589 0.0394176 0.00947427 0.0585137 0.0587183 0.0420434 0.0547768 0.0446693 0.0449626 0.0464873 0.0480023 0.0478003

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 122 122 122

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117

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Section Name OH3704 OH3705 OH3706 OH3707 OH3708 OH3709 OH3710 OH3712 OH3713 OH3714 OH3715 OH3716 OH3717 OH3718 OH3719 OH3720 OH3721 OH3722 OH3723 OH3724 OH3725 OH3726 OH3727 OH3739 UG3711 UG3741 UG3742 UG3747 UG7525 UG7526

Source Name SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA SMYRNA

Feeder Name LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12 LINE 12

Phase 2 2 1 6 6 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 7 7 1 7 7

Equipment #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL #2 AL 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_1/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG 23_4/0 AL UG

Length (Miles) 0.0465136 0.047822 0.0478043 0.0451856 0.0381684 0.0479514 0.0482338 0.0103479 0.0473688 0.054516 0.0550376 0.0616946 0.0616187 0.0691277 0.0672634 0.0564823 0.0102856 0.0478203 0.0476274 0.062307 0.0617631 0.039378 0.0574799 0.0518074 0.0501969 0.0900288 0.035321 0.130864 0.0619418 0.382946

Primary kV (Bal) 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Load Level LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10 LL06-LL10

Existing Base Volts (Bal) 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122 122

LL5 Base Volts (Bal) 120 120 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119 119

LL10 Base Volts (Bal) 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 116 117 116 116 116 116 116

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Exhibit 7 Existing & Proposed Device Settings

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Station Airport

Line Bkr Line 15 Bkr Line 16 Bkr Line 17

Phase Relay DPU 2000 DPU 2000 DPU 2000

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5

Existing Digital Relay Settings Phase Settings CTR 120 120 120 Curve EI EI EI Tap 3.50 3.50 2.90 Pick-up 420 420 348 Time Dial Inst. Set. 2.50 29.75 2.50 29.75 4.00 30.74 Inst. 3570 3570 3689

Ground Relay DPU 2000 DPU 2000 DPU 2000

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5

Ground Settings CTRN 120 120 120 Curve EI EI EI Tap 1.80 2.90 2.90 Pick-up 216 348 348 Time Dial Inst. Set. 6.00 15.00 6.00 10.60 4.00 10.60 Inst. 1800 1272 1272

Station

Line

Phase Relay Style IAC -53 IAC - 53 IAC - 77 JBC - 54 JBC - 54 JBC - 54 JBC - 54 JBC - 53

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Bkr 23-11B (Line 11) Smyrna Bkr 23-12B (Line 12) Bkr Line 14 Schoolway Bkr 23-3B (Line 3) Bkr 23-4B (Line 4) Field Street Bkr 23-5B (Line 5) Bkr 23-7B (Line 7) Bkr 23-8B (Line 8) ASSUMED

CTR 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120

Range (Time) 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A

Range (Inst.) 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A

Existing Electro-Mechanical Relay Settings Phase Settings Ground Relay Style Tap Pick-up Time Dial Inst. Set. Inst. 5.0 600 2.0 32 3840 IAC -53 5.0 600 2.0 30 3600 IAC - 53 4.0 480 1.0 24 2880 IAC - 77 5.0 600 3.0 35 4200 JBC - 77 5.0 600 3.0 35 4200 JBC - 77 5.0 600 3.0 35 4200 JBC - 77 6.0 720 3.5 30 3600 JBC - 77 5.0 600 3.0 30 3600 JBC - 77

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Ground Settings CTR 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 Range (Time) 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 0.5-4A 2-16A 2-16A 2-16A 2-16A 2-16A Range (Inst.) 10-80A 10-80A 2-16A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A Tap 2.0 2.5 1.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 3.0 3.0 Pick-up 240 300 120 300 300 300 360 360 Time Dial Inst. Set. 2.5 25 2.5 25 10.0 16 9.0 35 4.0 30 9.0 35 10.0 25 5.0 25 Inst. 3000 3000 1920 4200 3600 4200 3000 3000

Station Airport

Line Bkr Line 15 Bkr Line 16 Bkr Line 17

Phase Relay DPU 2000 DPU 2000 DPU 2000

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5

Proposed Digital Relay Settings Phase Settings CTR 120 120 120 Curve EI EI EI Tap 5.00 3.50 2.90 Pick-up 600 420 348 Time Dial Inst. Set. 2.00 29.75 2.00 29.75 2.00 30.74 Inst. 3570 3570 3689

Ground Relay DPU 2000 DPU 2000 DPU 2000

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5

Ground Settings CTRN 120 120 120 Curve EI EI EI Tap 1.60 1.60 1.60 Pick-up 192 192 192 Time Dial Inst. Set. 6.00 29.75 6.00 29.75 6.00 30.74 Inst. 3570 3570 3689

Station

Line

Phase Relay Style IAC -53 IAC - 53 IAC - 77 JBC - 54 JBC - 54 JBC - 54 JBC - 54 JBC - 53

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Bkr 23-11B (Line 11) Smyrna Bkr 23-12B (Line 12) Bkr Line 14 Schoolway Bkr 23-3B (Line 3) Bkr 23-4B (Line 4) Field Street Bkr 23-5B (Line 5) Bkr 23-7B (Line 7) Bkr 23-8B (Line 8) ASSUMED CHANGED

CTR 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120

Range (Time) 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 1.5-12A

Range (Inst.) 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A

Proposed Electro-Mechanical Relay Settings Phase Settings Ground Relay Style Tap Pick-up Time Dial Inst. Set. Inst. 5.0 600 1.5 32 3840 IAC -53 5.0 600 1.5 30 3600 IAC - 53 3.0 360 4.0 26 3120 IAC - 77 5.0 600 1.5 35 4200 JBC - 77 4.0 480 1.5 35 4200 JBC - 77 5.0 600 1.5 35 4200 JBC - 77 5.0 600 1.5 30 3600 JBC - 77 5.0 600 1.5 30 3600 JBC - 77

Rating (Amps) 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 1200

Oper. Time (Cycles) 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Ground Settings CTR 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 Range (Time) 1.5-12A 1.5-12A 0.5-4A 2-16A 2-16A 2-16A 2-16A 2-16A Range (Inst.) 10-80A 10-80A 2-16A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A 10-80A Tap 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 Pick-up 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 Time Dial Inst. Set. Inst. 10.0 32 3840 9.0 25 3000 10.0 9.0 35 4200 9.0 30 3600 9.0 35 4200 9.0 25 3000 9.0 30 3600

Exhibit 8 TCC Charts for Proposed Device Settings

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3771 4355 4578 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at Line 3 Fault 3 Phase: 4355 A Phase-Phase: 3771 A Phase-Ground: 4578 A Minimum: 219 A Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles

Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse

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3692 Phase-Ground Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at R105 Fault 3 Phase: 0 A Phase-Phase: 0 A Phase-Ground: 3692 A Minimum: 218 A 15T Fuse Minimum Melt 15T Fuse Total Clear 15T Fuse R105 Electronic Recloser Phase Fast Response R105 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 50 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear R105 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 50 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Total Clear R105 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 50 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Response R105 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 50 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2

Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Phase Fast Total Clear Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 3 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1

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3771 4355 4578 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at Line 4 Fault 3 Phase: 4355 A Phase-Phase: 3771 A Phase-Ground: 4578 A Minimum: 219 A Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 480 A Tap: 4 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 480 A Tap: 4 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles

Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse

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100 Amp: Curve--A1 Time In Seconds .1

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1978 2084 2406 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at R215 Fault 3 Phase: 2406 A Phase-Phase: 2084 A Phase-Ground: 1978 A Minimum: 212 A 40T Fuse Minimum Melt 40T Fuse Total Clear 40T Fuse New R215 Hydraulic Recloser Phase Fast New R215 Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 0 Phase Slow New R215 Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 3 Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Phase Fast Response Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 480 A Tap: 4 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 480 A Tap: 4 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles

Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 4 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1

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3771 4355 4578 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at Line 5 Fault 3 Phase: 4355 A Phase-Phase: 3771 A Phase-Ground: 4578 A Minimum: 219 A Line 5 NEw Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 5 NEw Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 5 NEw Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 5 NEw Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 5 NEw Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles

Inst: 4200 A Operations: 1 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse

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3808 4397 4624 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Three Phase Fault Fault Fault

Doc1.ltf Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Fault at LINE 7 Fault 3 Phase: 4397 A

Phase-Phase: 3808 A Phase-Ground: 4624 A Minimum: 219 A 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse

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2014 2123 2452 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 7 and R213.ltf Fault at R213 Fault 3 Phase: 2452 A Phase-Phase: 2123 A Phase-Ground: 2014 A Minimum: 213 A 40T Fuse Total Clear 40T Fuse Minimum Melt 40T Fuse Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1

Phase Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 NEW R213 Electronic Recloser Ground Slow Response NEW R213 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Ground Slow Total Clear NEW R213 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Response NEW R213 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Total Clear NEW R213 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2

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1920 2047 2363 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 7 and R226.ltf Fault at R226 Fault 3 Phase: 2363 A Phase-Phase: 2047 A Phase-Ground: 1920 A Minimum: 213 A 20T Fuse Minimum Melt 20T Fuse Total Clear 20T Fuse Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1

Phase Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 NEW R226 Electronic Recloser Ground Slow Response NEW R226 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 140 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Ground Slow Total Clear NEW R226 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 140 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Response NEW R226 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 200 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 Phase Slow Total Clear NEW R226 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 200 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3

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1891 2021 2334 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at R237 Fault 3 Phase: 2334 A Phase-Phase: 2021 A Phase-Ground: 1891 A Minimum: 213 A 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse R237 Electronic Recloser Phase Slow Total Clear R237 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 340 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Response R237 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 340 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Ground Slow Response R237 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 170 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Ground Slow Total Clear R237 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 170 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1

Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Phase Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1

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1903 Phase-Ground Fault

Doc1.ltf 20T Fuse Minimum Melt 20T Fuse Total Clear 20T Fuse Fault at R259 Fault 3 Phase: 0 A Phase-Phase: 0 A Phase-Ground: 1903 A Minimum: 213 A R259 Electronic Recloser Phase Slow Response R259 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Total Clear R259 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Fast Total Clear R259 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response R259 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1

Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 7 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1

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3808 4397 4624 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at LINE 8 Fault 3 Phase: 4397 A Phase-Phase: 3808 A Phase-Ground: 4624 A Minimum: 219 A Line 8 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 8 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 8 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 8 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 8 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles

Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse

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219 Minimum Fault

4364 5039 5255 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at LINE 11 Fault 3 Phase: 5039 A Phase-Phase: 4364 A Phase-Ground: 5255 A Minimum: 219 A Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Phase Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles

Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse

1,000

100 180 A PU IAC 53 10 50 Amp: Curve--C 1 600 A PU IAC 53

Time In Seconds

.1 50 Amp: Curve--A1 .01 25 -Total Clear 25 -Minimum Melt .001

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.000001

214 Minimum Fault

2281 2428 2803 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at R209 Fault 3 Phase: 2803 A Phase-Phase: 2428 A Phase-Ground: 2281 A Minimum: 214 A 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse R209 Hydraulic Recloser Phase Slow R209 Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 3 Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5

Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1

1,000

100 180 A PU IAC 53 400 A Amp: Curve--117 10 180 A Amp: Curve--114 1 600 A PU IAC 53

Time In Seconds

.1

.01 30 -Total Clear 30 -Minimum Melt .001

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212 Minimum Fault

1834 2037 2352 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 11 and R212.ltf Fault at R212 Fault 3 Phase: 2352 A Phase-Phase: 2037 A Phase-Ground: 1834 A Minimum: 212 A 30T Fuse Total Clear 30T Fuse Minimum Melt 30T Fuse Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1

Phase Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Ground Slow Response NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Ground Slow Total Clear NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Total Clear NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 Phase Slow Response NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3

1,000

100 180 A PU IAC 53 10 180 A Amp: Curve--114 70 A Amp: Curve--133

400 A Amp: Curve--117 600 A PU IAC 53

Time In Seconds

.1

.01 20 -Total Clear 20 -Minimum Melt .001

.0001

.00001

100

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10,000

10

1,000

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210 Minimum Fault

1547 Phase-Ground Fault

New_Line 11 and R212 and R102.ltf Fault at R102 Fault 3 Phase: 0 A Phase-Phase: 0 A Phase-Ground: 1547 A Minimum: 210 A Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles

Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 20T Fuse Minimum Melt 20T Fuse Total Clear 20T Fuse R102 Control Electronic Recloser Phase Fast Response R102 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear R102 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Response R102 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Total Clear R102 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 70 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Phase Slow Total Clear NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles

Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 Phase Slow Response NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 Ground Slow Total Clear NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Ground Slow Response NEW R212 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1

1,000

180 A Amp: Curve--140 100 180 A PU IAC 53 400 A Amp: Curve--133 10 600 A PU IAC 53 1

Time In Seconds

.1

.01

50 -Total Clear 50 -Minimum Melt

.001

.0001

.00001

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Current in Amperes Base Voltage: 0.000 kV

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217 Minimum Fault

3134 3198 3619 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 11 and R246.ltf Fault at R246 Fault 3 Phase: 3619 A Phase-Phase: 3134 A Phase-Ground: 3198 A Minimum: 217 A Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles

Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Phase Fast Response R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Total Clear R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Response R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Ground Slow Total Clear R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 Ground Slow Response R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A

Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 50T Fuse Total Clear 50T Fuse Minimum Melt 50T Fuse

1,000

100

180 A Amp: Curve--140 180 A PU IAC 53

10

400 A Amp: Curve--133 600 A PU IAC 53 100 A Amp: Curve--133

Time In Seconds

.1

.01 25 -Minimum Melt .001 25 -Total Clear

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213 Minimum Fault

2075 Phase-Ground Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at R101 Fault 3 Phase: 0 A Phase-Phase: 0 A Phase-Ground: 2075 A Minimum: 213 A R101 Electronic Recloser Phase Slow Total Clear R101 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 100 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Response R101 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 100 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Fast Response R101 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 100 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear R101 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 100 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse

Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Phase Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 11 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3840 A Operations: 1 R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Ground Slow Total Clear R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles

Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 Ground Slow Response R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 180 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 3 Phase Fast Total Clear R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Total Clear R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Response R246 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 400 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2

1,000

100 180 A PU IAC 53 10 600 A PU IAC 53 1

Time In Seconds

.1

.01 80 -Total Clear 25 -Total Clear 80 -Minimum Melt 25 -Minimum Melt

.001

.0001

.00001

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Current in Amperes Base Voltage: 0.000 kV

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219 Minimum Fault

4364 5039 5255 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at LINE 12 Fault 3 Phase: 5039 A Phase-Phase: 4364 A Phase-Ground: 5255 A Minimum: 219 A Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles

Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse

1,000

100 180 A PU IAC 53

120 A Amp: Curve--6 10 200 A Amp: Curve--B 1

600 A PU IAC 53

Time In Seconds

.1

.01 25 -Total Clear 25 -Minimum Melt .001

.0001

.00001

100

Current in Amperes Base Voltage: 0.000 kV

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216 Minimum Fault

2807 2847 3287 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 12 and R225.ltf Fault at R225 Fault 3 Phase: 3287 A Phase-Phase: 2847 A Phase-Ground: 2807 A Minimum: 216 A 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1

Phase Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 NEW R225 Electronic Recloser Ground Slow Response NEW R225 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 120 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Ground Slow Total Clear NEW R225 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 120 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Slow Response NEW R225 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 200 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Total Clear NEW R225 Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 200 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2

1,000

100 180 A PU IAC 53 10 600 A PU IAC 53 1 100 Amp: Curve--A1 Time In Seconds .1 100 Amp: Curve--B

.01 40 -Total Clear 40 -Minimum Melt .001

.0001

.00001

100

Current in Amperes Base Voltage: 0.000 kV

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213 Minimum Fault

1945 2138 2468 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 12 and R228.ltf Fault at R228 Fault 3 Phase: 2468 A Phase-Phase: 2138 A Phase-Ground: 1945 A Minimum: 213 A R228 Hydraulic Recloser Phase Slow R228 Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 3 Phase Fast R228 Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 0 Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A

Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 40T Fuse Minimum Melt 40T Fuse Total Clear 40T Fuse

1,000

100 25 Amp: Curve--C 180 A PU IAC 53 10 600 A PU IAC 53 1 25 Amp: Curve--A Time In Seconds .1

.01 15 -Total Clear 15 -Minimum Melt .001

.0001

.00001

100

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208 Minimum Fault

1634 1840 2125 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at R235 Fault 3 Phase: 2125 A Phase-Phase: 1840 A Phase-Ground: 1634 A Minimum: 208 A 15T Fuse Total Clear 15T Fuse Minimum Melt 15T Fuse R235 Hydraulic Recloser Phase Fast R235 Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 1 Phase Slow R235 Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 3 Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Phase Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 1.5 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles

Inst: 3600 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 12 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 9 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3000 A Operations: 1

1,000

100 180 A PU IAC 77

10

360 A PU IAC 77

Time In Seconds

.1

.01

65 -Total Clear 20 -Total Clear 65 -Minimum Melt 20 -Minimum Melt

.001

.0001

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100

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252 Minimum Fault

4485 5576 3884 Phase-Ground Fault Three Phase Fault Phase-Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at SCHOOLWAY Fault 3 Phase: 4485 A Phase-Phase: 3884 A Phase-Ground: 5576 A Minimum: 252 A Line 14 NEW Mechanical Relay Phase Fast Total Clear Line 14 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 4 Pickup: 360 A Tap: 3 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3120 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 14 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 4 Pickup: 360 A Tap: 3 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3120 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 14 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 14 NEW Mechanical Relay Time Dial: 10 Pickup: 180 A Tap: 1.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Operations: 1

65K Fuse Minimum Melt 65K Fuse Total Clear 65K Fuse 20T Fuse Minimum Melt 20T Fuse Total Clear 20T Fuse

1,000

192 A PU Extremely Inverse 100 600 A PU Extremely Inverse

10

Time In Seconds

.1

.01

80 -Total Clear 25 -Total Clear 80 -Minimum Melt 25 -Minimum Melt

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10

100

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219 Minimum Fault

3676 4244 4462 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Fault Fault Three Phase Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at LINE 15 Fault 3 Phase: 4244 A Phase-Phase: 3676 A Phase-Ground: 4462 A Minimum: 219 A Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Phase Fast Response Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles

Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse

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192 A PU Extremely Inverse 100 600 A PU Extremely Inverse

10 80 A Amp: Curve--133 1

Time In Seconds

.1

.01 20 -Total Clear 20 -Minimum Melt .001

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214 Minimum Fault

1943 Phase-Ground Fault

Doc1.ltf Fault at R104 Fault 3 Phase: 0 A Phase-Phase: 0 A Phase-Ground: 1943 A Minimum: 214 A 20T Fuse Total Clear 20T Fuse Minimum Melt 20T Fuse R104 Electronic Recloser Phase Slow Response R104 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 80 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Total Clear R104 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 80 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Fast Total Clear R104 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.045 s 2.7 cycles Minimum Trip: 80 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response R104 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 80 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1

Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Phase Fast Response Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1

1,000

192 A PU Extremely Inverse 100 600 A PU Extremely Inverse

10

240 A Amp: Curve--D 140 A Amp: Curve--15

Time In Seconds

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.01

40 -Total Clear 40 -Minimum Melt

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213 Minimum Fault

2027 2138 2469 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 15 and R220.ltf Fault at R220 Fault 3 Phase: 2469 A Phase-Phase: 2138 A Phase-Ground: 2027 A Minimum: 213 A Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 15 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 600 A Tap: 5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles

Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 40T Fuse Total Clear 40T Fuse Minimum Melt 40T Fuse R220 NEW Electronic Recloser Phase Slow Response R220 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 240 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Total Clear R220 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 240 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Ground Slow Total Clear R220 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 140 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1 Ground Slow Response R220 NEW Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 140 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 1

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192 A PU Extremely Inverse 100 420 A PU Extremely Inverse

10

Time In Seconds

.1

.01

80 -Total Clear 25 -Total Clear 80 -Minimum Melt 25 -Minimum Melt

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219 Minimum Fault

3676 4244 4462 Phase-Phase Phase-Ground Three Phase Fault Fault Fault

Doc1.ltf Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Phase Fast Total Clear Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 420 A Tap: 3.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 420 A Tap: 3.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Fault at LINE 16 Fault 3 Phase: 4244 A

Phase-Phase: 3676 A Phase-Ground: 4462 A Minimum: 219 A 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse

1,000

192 A PU Extremely Inverse 100 420 A PU Extremely Inverse 170 A Amp: Curve--E 10

Time In Seconds

.1

.01

30 -Total Clear 30 -Minimum Melt

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213 Minimum Fault

1825 1968 2272 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Fault Three Phase Fault

New_Line 16 and R216.ltf Fault at R216 Fault 3 Phase: 2272 A Phase-Phase: 1968 A Phase-Ground: 1825 A Minimum: 213 A 30T Fuse Total Clear 30T Fuse Minimum Melt 30T Fuse R216 Electronic Recloser Phase Slow Response R216 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Trip: 170 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Phase Slow Total Clear R216 Control Electronic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0.04167 s 2.5 cycles Minimum Trip: 170 A Constant Time: 0 s 0 cycles Vertical Translation: 1 Operations: 2 Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Ground Fast Response Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6

Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 420 A Tap: 3.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 420 A Tap: 3.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1

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2353 2389 2758 Phase-Ground Phase-Phase Three Phase Fault Fault Fault

New_Line 16 and R231.ltf 30T Fuse Minimum Melt 30T Fuse Total Clear 30T Fuse R231 NEW Hydraulic Recloser Phase Slow R231 NEW Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 2 Phase Fast R231 NEW Hydraulic Recloser Recloser Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Minimum Pickup: 0 A Operations: 1 Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Ground Fast Total Clear Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Response Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 420 A

Tap: 3.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 16 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 420 A Tap: 3.5 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3570 A Operations: 1 Fault at R231 Fault 3 Phase: 2758 A Phase-Phase: 2389 A Phase-Ground: 2353 A Minimum: 215 A

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Doc1.ltf Line 17 NEW Digital Relay Phase Fast Response Line 17 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 348 A Tap: 2.9 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3689 A Operations: 1 Phase Fast Total Clear Line 17 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 2 Pickup: 348 A Tap: 2.9 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3689 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Response Line 17 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0 s 0 cycles Inst: 3689 A Operations: 1 Ground Fast Total Clear Line 17 NEW Digital Relay Time Dial: 6 Pickup: 192 A Tap: 1.6 CT Ratio: 120 Breaker Op. Time: 0.08333 s 5 cycles Inst: 3689 A Operations: 1 Fault at LINE 17 Fault 3 Phase: 4244 A

Phase-Phase: 3676 A Phase-Ground: 4462 A Minimum: 219 A 80K Fuse Total Clear 80K Fuse Minimum Melt 80K Fuse 25T Fuse Minimum Melt 25T Fuse Total Clear 25T Fuse

Exhibit 9 Preferred Plan Substation and Feeder Forecast

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UCNSB (Summer) Preferred Plan Substation and Feeder Load Forecast


TOTAL CAPACITY (MVA) 2005 PEAK (MW ) PROJECTED LOADS (MW) LL5 LL6 2010 2011 COMP. ANNUAL GROWTH

SUBSTATION / FEEDER NAME

LL1 2006

LL2 2007

LL3 2008

LL4 2009

LL7 2012

LL8 2013

LL9 2014

LL10 2015

PROJECTED SYSTEM COINCIDENT PEAK Field St #1 Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Field St #2 Line 7 Line 8 Field St #3 Line 4 Line 18 Line 19 Airport #1 Line 15 Line 16 Line 17 Line 20 Airport #2 Line 15 Line 17 Line 20 Schoolway (13kV) Line 14 Smyrna 30.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 30.0 15.0 15.0 30.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 30.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 30.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 20.0 10.0 30.0

90.00 25.50 7.40 3.30 14.80 20.20 16.80 3.40 22.20 9.60 6.70 5.90 8.30 8.30 22.00

93.17 20.88 12.17 8.72 21.41 11.98 9.43 21.94 7.48 3.73 10.72 25.31 10.87 7.69 4.08 2.67 3.83 3.83 11.30 8.08 3.22

97.39 20.12 12.61 7.51 23.75 12.49 11.26 22.52 7.59 3.93 10.99 26.09 11.17 7.93 4.15 2.84 3.84 3.84 12.88 8.81 4.07

101.63 18.73 10.96 7.77 20.48 8.90 11.57 24.56 9.24 4.11 11.21 11.29 11.29 19.79 11.32 5.53 2.94 3.83 3.83 15.02 9.56 5.46

106.10 19.29 11.34 7.95 21.17 9.21 11.96 25.09 9.40 4.29 11.40 11.67 11.67 20.26 11.52 5.64 3.11 3.90 3.90 17.08 10.29 6.79

110.15 19.80 11.68 8.12 21.83 9.50 12.33 25.62 9.55 4.48 11.59 12.03 12.03 20.79 11.82 5.73 3.24 3.97 3.97 18.75 10.88 7.87

113.81 21.29 12.15 9.14 22.32 10.14 12.18 26.05 9.70 4.59 11.76 12.30 12.30 21.23 12.11 5.82 3.29 3.18 3.18 20.35 11.34 9.00

117.60 22.80 12.63 10.18 22.83 10.79 12.03 26.51 9.86 4.70 11.94 12.59 12.59 21.69 12.42 5.92 3.35 2.39 2.39 21.97 11.82 10.14

121.20 24.29 13.09 11.19 23.30 11.43 11.87 26.92 10.01 4.81 12.11 12.86 12.86 22.11 12.71 6.01 3.40 1.59 1.59 23.56 12.28 11.27

124.37 25.68 13.51 12.17 23.70 12.03 11.67 27.24 10.12 4.90 12.23 13.08 13.08 22.46 12.95 6.08 3.43 0.79 0.79 25.06 12.70 12.36

127.68 27.09 13.94 13.16 24.12 12.64 11.48 27.60 10.24 4.99 12.37 13.31 13.31 22.84 13.21 6.15 3.48 0.00 0.00 26.59 13.13 13.46

3.56% 2.94% 1.52% 4.68% 1.33% 0.59% 2.21% 2.58% 3.55% 3.27% 1.60% -6.89% 6.29% 2.07% 2.24% 1.53% 2.41%

9.98% 5.54% 17.23%

Line 11 15.0 16.20 Line 12 15.0 5.80 Represents feeder loading greater than 100% Represents substation transformer loading greater than 100%

Exhibit 10 Preferred Plan Map

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Appendix A Alternate A (Base Case) System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Railroad R.O.W.
This case was developed as a basis for comparison of the alternative plans. This case assumes:

Load Level 1:

At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators with (3) single-phase regulators of matching impedance, and replace relaying with Microprocessor relays. Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. Follow the railroad Right of Way for approximately 3.6 miles. Bus work at Field Street Substation to move Line 4 to the new transformer. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Construct a new circuit to the island using Field Street Substation existing distribution routes. Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to build a new feeder. Install a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer Load Tap Changers with at Airport Substation. Construct a new circuit to the island using Airport Substation existing distribution routes. Eliminate and remove the Schoolway step-down substation. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching.

Load Level 3:

Load Level 6:

Load Levels 1 -10:

Following is a summary of the estimated capital costs for the Base Case, details of the present-worth analysis, the required distribution improvements and substation cost estimates.

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Table A-1 Alternative A - Base Case Capital Improvements Summary (2006 $'s)
Load Level Description Estimated Cost 2006 $ Transmission Improvements Construct 3.4 miles of overhead and 0.2 miles of underground 115 kV transmission from Airport 1 Substation to Field Street Substation following the railroad R.O.W. SUBTOTAL TRANSMISSION Substation Improvements At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) 1-phase regulators with matching impedances and replace 1 relaying with microprocessor based relays. Install a 22.9 kV breaker in the spare bay at Airport Substation 1 Add a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA LTC transformer at Airport Substation 3 Remove the 22.9-13.2 kV, 20 MVA transformers at Schoolway Substation when the circuit is 6 converted. SUBTOTAL SUBSTATION Distribution Improvements Load Level 1 Distribution Improvements 1 Load Level 2 Distribution Improvements 2 Load Level 3 Distribution Improvements 3 Load Level 5 Distribution Improvements 5 Load Level 6 Distribution Improvements 6 Load Level 8 Distribution Improvements 8 SUBTOTAL DISTRIBUTION TOTAL CAPITAL COST Losses Summary 0 10 Calculated Distribution Losses (kW) Calculated Distribution Losses (kW) 1,867 2,461 $1,490,000 $1,490,000

$417,450 $15,000 $2,122,038 $139,150 $2,693,638

$1,635,703 $123,000 $702,438 $342,000 $1,916,214 $275,400 $4,994,755 $9,178,393

Present Worth Cost 20 20-Year Cumulative Present Worth Cost $22,585,727

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Table A-2 Alternative A - Base Case Present Worth Calculations


Load Level 1 TRANSMISSION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense SUBSTATION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense DISTRIBUTION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense DELIVERY CHARGES Delivery Point Charges Facilities Rental Charges Breaker Rental Charges LOSSES ($) Transmission Cu Substation Cu Distribution Cu Substation Fe TOTALS Capital Recovery Operating Expenses Delivery Charges Losses TOTAL ANNUAL COST Annual Present Worth Cost Cumulative Annual Present Worth Cost $1,490,000 $1,490,000 $1,490,000 $37,250 $37,250 $1,452,750 $86,834 $84,419 $0 $7,409 $91,828 $432,450 $432,450 $432,450 $10,811 $10,811 $421,639 $25,202 $13,869 $0 $2,150 $16,019 $1,635,703 $1,635,703 $1,635,703 $49,120 $49,120 $1,586,582 $101,845 $87,428 $0 $8,092 $95,520 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $210,355 $0 $213,882 $203,367 $0 $210,355 $627,604 $597,718 $597,718 2 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $74,500 $1,415,500 $86,834 $90,244 $0 $7,363 $97,607 $0 $0 $432,450 $10,811 $21,623 $410,828 $25,202 $14,826 $0 $2,137 $16,963 $123,000 $125,952 $1,761,655 $52,903 $102,023 $1,659,632 $109,688 $100,658 $0 $8,633 $109,291 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $231,622 $0 $221,725 $223,861 $0 $231,622 $677,208 $614,247 $1,211,965 3 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $111,750 $1,378,250 $86,834 $96,471 $0 $7,313 $103,784 $2,122,038 $2,225,118 $2,657,568 $66,439 $88,062 $2,569,506 $154,878 $97,395 $0 $13,634 $111,029 $702,438 $736,560 $2,498,214 $75,021 $177,044 $2,321,170 $155,549 $152,592 $0 $12,316 $164,909 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $255,040 $0 $397,262 $379,722 $0 $255,040 $1,032,023 $891,501 $2,103,466 4 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $149,000 $1,341,000 $86,834 $103,127 $0 $7,258 $110,385 $0 $0 $2,657,568 $66,439 $154,501 $2,503,067 $154,878 $104,116 $0 $13,547 $117,663 $0 $0 $2,498,214 $75,021 $252,066 $2,246,149 $155,549 $163,121 $0 $12,157 $175,278 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $280,826 $0 $397,262 $403,325 $0 $280,826 $1,081,413 $889,681 $2,993,147 5 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $186,250 $1,303,750 $86,834 $110,243 $0 $7,197 $117,440 $0 $0 $2,657,568 $66,439 $220,940 $2,436,628 $154,878 $111,300 $0 $13,451 $124,751 $342,000 $376,033 $2,874,247 $86,314 $338,379 $2,535,868 $178,962 $200,624 $0 $13,999 $214,623 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $309,218 $0 $420,675 $456,814 $0 $309,218 $1,186,707 $929,816 $3,922,963 6 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $223,500 $1,266,500 $86,834 $117,850 $0 $7,131 $124,981 $139,150 $156,669 $2,814,237 $70,356 $291,296 $2,522,941 $164,009 $125,993 $0 $14,206 $140,200 $1,916,214 $2,157,466 $5,031,713 $151,102 $489,482 $4,542,231 $313,295 $375,450 $0 $25,576 $401,026 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $340,481 $0 $564,138 $666,207 $0 $340,481 $1,570,826 $1,172,175 $5,095,138 7 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $260,750 $1,229,250 $86,834 $125,981 $0 $7,060 $133,041 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $361,652 $2,452,585 $164,009 $134,687 $0 $14,086 $148,773 $0 $0 $5,031,713 $151,102 $640,584 $4,391,128 $313,295 $401,356 $0 $25,220 $426,576 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $374,905 $0 $564,138 $708,391 $0 $374,905 $1,647,434 $1,170,800 $6,265,938 8 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $298,000 $1,192,000 $86,834 $134,674 $0 $6,983 $141,657 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $432,008 $2,382,229 $164,009 $143,980 $0 $13,956 $157,936 $275,400 $325,135 $5,356,848 $160,866 $801,451 $4,555,397 $333,539 $456,774 $0 $26,687 $483,460 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $412,809 $0 $584,382 $783,054 $0 $412,809 $1,780,245 $1,204,940 $7,470,878 9 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $335,250 $1,154,750 $86,834 $143,967 $0 $6,900 $150,867 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $502,364 $2,311,873 $164,009 $153,915 $0 $13,815 $167,730 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $962,317 $4,394,531 $333,539 $488,291 $0 $26,259 $514,550 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $454,546 $0 $584,382 $833,147 $0 $454,546 $1,872,074 $1,206,756 $8,677,634 10 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $372,500 $1,117,500 $86,834 $153,900 $0 $6,811 $160,711 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $572,720 $2,241,517 $164,009 $164,535 $0 $13,662 $178,197 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,123,183 $4,233,665 $333,539 $521,983 $0 $25,804 $547,787 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $500,502 $0 $584,382 $886,696 $0 $500,502 $1,971,580 $1,210,379 $9,888,013 11 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $409,750 $1,080,250 $86,834 $164,519 $0 $6,716 $171,235 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $643,076 $2,171,161 $164,009 $175,888 $0 $13,498 $189,386 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,284,050 $4,072,798 $333,539 $558,000 $0 $25,320 $583,320 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $551,105 $0 $584,382 $943,941 $0 $551,105 $2,079,428 $1,215,798 $11,103,811 12 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $447,000 $1,043,000 $86,834 $175,871 $0 $6,614 $182,485 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $713,431 $2,100,805 $164,009 $188,024 $0 $13,322 $201,346 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,444,916 $3,911,932 $333,539 $596,502 $0 $24,806 $621,308 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $606,823 $0 $584,382 $1,005,139 $0 $606,823 $2,196,345 $1,223,007 $12,326,818 13 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $484,250 $1,005,750 $86,834 $188,006 $0 $6,505 $194,511 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $783,787 $2,030,449 $164,009 $200,998 $0 $13,133 $214,131 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,605,782 $3,751,066 $333,539 $637,660 $0 $24,262 $661,922 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $668,175 $0 $584,382 $1,070,565 $0 $668,175 $2,323,123 $1,232,002 $13,558,820 14 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $521,500 $968,500 $86,834 $200,979 $0 $6,390 $207,368 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $854,143 $1,960,093 $164,009 $214,867 $0 $12,932 $227,799 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,766,648 $3,590,199 $333,539 $681,659 $0 $23,686 $705,345 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $735,730 $0 $584,382 $1,140,512 $0 $735,730 $2,460,624 $1,242,782 $14,801,602 15 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $558,750 $931,250 $86,834 $214,846 $0 $6,267 $221,113 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $924,499 $1,889,737 $164,009 $229,693 $0 $12,717 $242,410 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,927,515 $3,429,333 $333,539 $728,693 $0 $23,077 $751,771 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $810,115 $0 $584,382 $1,215,293 $0 $810,115 $2,609,791 $1,255,354 $16,056,956 16 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $596,000 $894,000 $86,834 $229,671 $0 $6,136 $235,807 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $994,855 $1,819,381 $164,009 $245,542 $0 $12,488 $258,030 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,088,381 $3,268,467 $333,539 $778,973 $0 $22,435 $801,408 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $892,021 $0 $584,382 $1,295,245 $0 $892,021 $2,771,648 $1,269,724 $17,326,680 17 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $633,250 $856,750 $86,834 $245,518 $0 $5,998 $251,516 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,065,211 $1,749,026 $164,009 $262,484 $0 $12,245 $274,729 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,249,247 $3,107,600 $333,539 $832,722 $0 $21,757 $854,479 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $982,208 $0 $584,382 $1,380,725 $0 $982,208 $2,947,315 $1,285,904 $18,612,583 18 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $670,500 $819,500 $86,834 $262,459 $0 $5,852 $268,311 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,135,567 $1,678,670 $164,009 $280,595 $0 $11,988 $292,583 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,410,114 $2,946,734 $333,539 $890,180 $0 $21,043 $911,224 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,081,512 $0 $584,382 $1,472,118 $0 $1,081,512 $3,138,012 $1,303,909 $19,916,492 19 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $707,750 $782,250 $86,834 $280,568 $0 $5,698 $286,266 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,205,923 $1,608,314 $164,009 $299,956 $0 $11,715 $311,672 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,570,980 $2,785,868 $333,539 $951,603 $0 $20,292 $971,895 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,190,857 $0 $584,382 $1,569,833 $0 $1,190,857 $3,345,072 $1,323,759 $21,240,251 20 $0 $0 $1,490,000 $37,250 $745,000 $745,000 $86,834 $299,927 $0 $5,535 $305,463 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,276,279 $1,537,958 $164,009 $320,653 $0 $11,427 $332,080 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,731,846 $2,625,002 $333,539 $1,017,263 $0 $19,503 $1,036,766 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,311,257 $0 $584,382 $1,674,309 $0 $1,311,257 $3,569,948 $1,345,476 $22,585,727

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A-3

Alternative A Projects Load Level Description At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) 1-phase regulators with matching impedances and replace relaying with microprocessor based relays. 1 Construct 115 kV line from Field Substation to Airport Substation to create a loop. Follow the railroad, but must go underground near the airport onto the Airport Substation, which is approximately 3.4 miles of OH and 0.2 miles of UG. (OH 795 AAAC and 750 MCM CU UG) 1 Install an open switch at S. Myrtle Ave. and Line 5. Close switch at U.S. 1, between Julia St. and Canal to transfer Line 8 to Line 4. 1 Construct 3,100 feet of 652 AAC from S. Myrtle, along Douglas, to S. Riverside. Construct 3,400 feet of double circuit 500 kCM from Riverside to Richmond Dr. From Richmond Dr. on A1A, construct 5,000 feet of (2) 500 MCM CU along Second Ave. to Horton St. transfer the south tap from Line 3 to new Line 8. 1 Extend Line 3 east on Second Ave. to Hemlock St.; go north on Hemlock to St. Atlantic (zig-zag); total distance of 652 AAC is 1,700 feet. At Horton St. and Second Ave., 1 Open at R-213 on Ocean Ave., between Goodwin and Pine. Close to Line 3 on S. Atlantic and Second Ave. to transfer load from Line 7 to Line 3. Install an open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of Ocean Ave. Close to Line 7 at Jessamine Ave. and Pine Ave. 1 Transfer the Harbour Blvd and Bouchelle Island Blvd taps from Line 5 to Line 3. Transfer the Richmond Dr. tap from Line 5 to Line 3. Transfer the Cooper St. south tap on Second Ave. from Line 5 to Line 3. ($200/hr labor for 4 hours of work) 1 At Hiles Blvd and Saxon Dr., convert the tap to 23 kV and construct 650 feet of 397.5 ACSR on S. Atlantic from Silvia Dr. to the end of Line 8, near the switch. Backfeed from Line 8. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 12,400 feet of 1ph OH 4,700 feet of 3ph OH 900 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 3 3ph PAD transformers & 71 1ph OH transformers Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to construct a new Line 20 out of Airport Sub. From new Line 20, construct 300 feet of 500 MCM UG up to the intersection at Turnbull Rd. and Sunset Dr. Install an open switch between Line 17 and new Line 20. Transfer the west fork on Turnbull to the new Line 20. This is recommended to split Line 17 for reliability and to relieve loading on Line 17 UG getaway. Reconductor 350 feet of #2 AAAC at Wayne and Fairway Avenue to 652 AAAC to relieve loading greater than 50% on a possible tie line. Reconductor 4,500 feet of 1-ph #2AAAC on Pioneer Trail, from Glencoe Rd. to Bay Dr., to 3-ph 397.5 ACSR. Reconductor 4,200 feet of 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC from the end of the 652 AAAC on Saxon, south of East 3 rd Ave., to E. 15 th Ave to relieve loading greater than 50%. From where Line 5 crosses east, north of Hiles Blvd and south of Sea Mist Dr., construct 10,000 feet of 397.5 ACSR down Saxon to the three phase bank, south of Ocean Walk Condos, on S. Atlantic. Convert the condos to 23 kV and transfer to the new circuit. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 2,300 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 6 3ph PAD transformers Convert Oak Tree Dr and Sand Dune Dr. to 23 kV and transfer to 23 kV Line 5. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 4,800 feet of 1ph OH & 25 1ph OH transformers Convert the taps South of Hillside Dr. down to the three-phase bank south of Ocean Walk Condos to relieve conductor loading on the 13 kV. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 700 feet of 1ph OH 400 feet of 3ph OH 2,700 feet of 1ph 1/0 AL UG, 400 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 9 3ph PAD transformers, 12 1ph UG transformers & 6 1ph OH transformers At Atlantic Ave. and Saxon, transfer the tap with an inter-tie switch to the 23 kV Line 5. This area was previously converted to 23 kV and is served from Line 8. ($200/hr labor for 1 hour of work) Reconductor 500 feet of #2 CU to 652 AAAC on Oakwood from the riser to S. Peninsula Ave. to relieve conductor loading greater than 50%. Transfer all taps on Saxon from 7th Ave. to 23 rd Ave., from Line 5 to Line 8. ($200/hr labor for 12 hour of work) th th th Reconductor 6,700 feet on Saxon, between 8 and 9 Ave., to the span past 26 Ave., from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 8. Add new 18/24/30 MVA transformer at Airport Substation. Serve Line 17, Line 15, and Line 20. Leave Line 16 on the existing transformer. On HWY 1, between N. Orange St. and Park Ave., use Line 4s express circuit to serve the island through Line 16. Construct 1,700 feet of double circuit 500 kCM from SR 44 to Conova Dr at Oakwood. Construct 500 feet of 652 AAC OH from Conova to S. Peninsula at Oakwood. Open the north tap on S. Peninsula at Oakwood from Line 7 to Line 16. Transfer the tap on U.S. 1, north of Industrial Park Ave., from Line 16 to Line 4. (The tap serves Inlet Shores Dr.) ($200/hr labor for 1 hour of work) Open R-226 at Condict Dr. and Peninsula and close at N. Pine St. and Oakwood to move load from new Line 16 to Line 7.($200/hr labor for 2 hour of work) Install on open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of 2nd Ave., and close R-213 on Ocean Ave. to move load back from Line 3 to Line 7. On U.S. 1, between Turnbull Bay Rd. and Mary Ave., reconductor 5,400 feet of #4/0 CU to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 16. th Reconductor 5,700 feet on Saxon, between 15 Ave. and the Schoolway Substation, from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 5. Move load from Line 4 to Line 17 by opening the switch north of Industrial Park Ave. on HWY 1. Close to Line 17 at the switch at the corner of HWY 1 and South St. to relieve loading on Line 4 and Field St. transformer #3. ($200/hr labor for 2 hour of work) Reconductor Line 17 substation getaway from 4/0 AL UG to 500 MCM UG, total length is 180 feet. (to relieve loading) Reconductor 2,400 feet of #4/0 AL UG to 500 MCM UG on Sunset Dr. off of Turnbull Bay Rd.

Cost $5,900 $1,103,006 $25,500 $5,900 $800

$110,236

1 1 1 1

$14,450 $6,300 $76,500 $75,600

1 1

$157,424 $22,727

1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

$22,159 $200 $9,000 $2,400 $120,600 $407,500 $200 $400 $5,900 $97,200 $102,600 $400 $6,156 $82,082

Alternative A Projects Load Level 5 5 Description Reconductor 12,000 feet on SR 44, from the FP&L R.O.W. to Sugar Mill Dr., and then north up Sugar Mill Dr. to Pioneer Trail, from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve conductor loading on Line 11. Construct 8,400 feet of 652 AAAC from SR 44 up OReilly Rd. and tie to Venetian. Open the south tap near Reserve Blvd. Close to the new tie at Venetian. Project is recommended to relieve conductor loading on Pioneer Trail. Convert the remaining 13 kV to 23 kV on Line 14 and transfer the load to Line 5. Remove the 20 MVA 23-13 kV step-down. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 35,400 feet of 1ph OH 1,500 feet of 3ph OH 90 feet of 1ph 1/0 AL UG, 1,500 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 4 3ph PAD transformers, 2 1ph UG transformers & 112 1ph OH transformers Construct 1,700 feet of 652 AAAC from the end of Line 8 on Saxon Ave, south of 26 th Ave, to Schoolway Substation. This is to provide another tie to Line 5. Transfer the tap serving Line 14 to Line 8 at Schoolway Substation. South of Matthews Ave. on Saxon Ave. Install an open switch on Line 8. South of the new switch on Saxon, install a closed switch to tie the south lines together on Line 5. th Install an open switch on Atlantic Ave., south of 27 Ave. Transfer the Matthews Ave. tap at Saxon from Line 5 to Line 8. Close the existing switch at Matthews and Saxon. Open the existing switch on th th East 26 and Saxon. Close new switch on Atlantic, north of 26 Ave. This process balanced load between Lines 3 and 8. Reconductor the 1000 MCM submarine cable for Lines 3 and 5 to double circuit 500 kCM to relieve conductor loading and enable Lines 3 and 5 to pick up more load on the island. Total length is 2,900 feet for both lines. Construct 900 feet of 652 AAAC from the corner of 1 st Ave. to 3 rd Ave. along Hemlock St. on Line 7. Reconductor 1,400 feet of #2 CU to 652 AAAC along 3rd Ave. from the switch connecting Line 3 and rd rd rd Line 5 to Atlantic Ave. to strengthen the tie line. Install an open switch on the corner of 3 and Atlantic Ave. on 3 Ave. Close to the new Line 7 tie at Hemlock and 3 Ave to move load from Line 3 to Line 7. Reconductor 9,100 feet of 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC on SR 44 between the substation getaway of Line 12 to the new line up OReilly Rd. to relieve conductor loading. Reconductor 6,200 feet of 394 AAAC and 336 AAC to 652 AAAC from Line 7 intersection at Old Mission Rd., north to Canal St., along Canal to Milford Place, north on Milford Place to Mary Ave., and east on Mary Ave. to N. Orange to relieve conductor loading greater than 50% on the major tie to the island. Cost $216,000 $126,000

$190,814

6 6 6

$37,300 $5,900 $1,637,600

6 8 8

$44,600 $163,800 $111,600

Appendix B Alternate B System Improvements & 115 kV Route Along Existing R.O.W.
This case was developed as a basis for comparison of the alternative plans. This case assumes:

Load Level 1:

At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators with (3) single-phase regulators of matching impedance, and replace relaying with Microprocessor relays. Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. Follow the existing transmission Right of Way that goes into Airport Substation from the south, then, split off east to Field Street Substation for a total of approximately 5.5 miles. Bus work at Field Street Substation to move Line 4 to the new transformer. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Construct a new circuit to the island using Field Street Substation existing distribution routes. Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to build a new feeder. Install a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer Load Tap Changers with at Airport Substation. Construct a new circuit to the island using Airport Substation existing distribution routes. Eliminate and remove the Schoolway step-down substation. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching.

Load Level 3:

Load Level 6:

Load Levels 1 -10:

Following is a summary of the estimated capital costs for Alternative B, details of the present-worth analysis, the required distribution improvements and substation cost estimates.

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Table B-1 Alternative B - System Improvements 115 kV Along Existing R.O.W. Capital Improvements Summary (2006 $'s)
Load Level Description Estimated Cost 2006 $ Transmission Improvements Construct 5 miles of overhead and 0.5 miles of underground 115 kV transmission from Airport 1 Substation to Field Street Substation following the existing R.O.W. south of Airport Substation and split east to Field Street Substation. SUBTOTAL TRANSMISSION Substation Improvements At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) 1-phase regulators with matching impedances and replace 1 relaying with microprocessor based relays. Install a 22.9 kV breaker in the spare bay at Airport Substation 1 Add a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA LTC transformer at Airport Substation 3 Remove the 22.9-13.2 kV, 20 MVA transformers at Schoolway Substation when the circuit is 6 converted. SUBTOTAL SUBSTATION Distribution Improvements Load Level 1 Distribution Improvements 1 Load Level 2 Distribution Improvements 2 Load Level 3 Distribution Improvements 3 Load Level 5 Distribution Improvements 5 Load Level 6 Distribution Improvements 6 Load Level 8 Distribution Improvements 8 SUBTOTAL DISTRIBUTION TOTAL CAPITAL COST Losses Summary 0 10 Calculated Distribution Losses (kW) Calculated Distribution Losses (kW) 1,867 2,461 $2,500,000

$2,500,000

$417,450 $15,000 $2,122,038 $139,150 $2,693,638

$1,635,703 $123,000 $702,438 $342,000 $1,916,214 $275,400 $4,994,755 $10,188,393

Present Worth Cost 20 20-Year Cumulative Present Worth Cost $24,676,133

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Table B-2 Alternative B - System Improvements 115 kV Along Existing R.O.W. Present Worth Calculations
Load Level 1 TRANSMISSION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense SUBSTATION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense DISTRIBUTION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense DELIVERY CHARGES Delivery Point Charges Facilities Rental Charges Breaker Rental Charges LOSSES ($) Transmission Cu Substation Cu Distribution Cu Substation Fe TOTALS Capital Recovery Operating Expenses Delivery Charges Losses TOTAL ANNUAL COST Annual Present Worth Cost Cumulative Annual Present Worth Cost $2,500,000 $2,500,000 $2,500,000 $62,500 $62,500 $2,437,500 $145,695 $141,643 $0 $12,431 $154,074 $432,450 $432,450 $432,450 $10,811 $10,811 $421,639 $25,202 $13,869 $0 $2,150 $16,019 $1,635,703 $1,635,703 $1,635,703 $49,120 $49,120 $1,586,582 $101,845 $87,428 $0 $8,092 $95,520 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $210,355 $0 $272,743 $265,613 $0 $210,355 $748,711 $713,058 $713,058 2 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $125,000 $2,375,000 $145,695 $151,416 $0 $12,355 $163,771 $0 $0 $432,450 $10,811 $21,623 $410,828 $25,202 $14,826 $0 $2,137 $16,963 $123,000 $125,952 $1,761,655 $52,903 $102,023 $1,659,632 $109,688 $100,658 $0 $8,633 $109,291 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $231,622 $0 $280,586 $290,024 $0 $231,622 $802,232 $727,648 $1,440,706 3 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $187,500 $2,312,500 $145,695 $161,864 $0 $12,270 $174,134 $2,122,038 $2,225,118 $2,657,568 $66,439 $88,062 $2,569,506 $154,878 $97,395 $0 $13,634 $111,029 $702,438 $736,560 $2,498,214 $75,021 $177,044 $2,321,170 $155,549 $152,592 $0 $12,316 $164,909 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $255,040 $0 $456,122 $450,072 $0 $255,040 $1,161,234 $1,003,118 $2,443,824 4 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $250,000 $2,250,000 $145,695 $173,032 $0 $12,177 $185,209 $0 $0 $2,657,568 $66,439 $154,501 $2,503,067 $154,878 $104,116 $0 $13,547 $117,663 $0 $0 $2,498,214 $75,021 $252,066 $2,246,149 $155,549 $163,121 $0 $12,157 $175,278 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $280,826 $0 $456,122 $478,150 $0 $280,826 $1,215,098 $999,664 $3,443,488 5 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $312,500 $2,187,500 $145,695 $184,971 $0 $12,076 $197,047 $0 $0 $2,657,568 $66,439 $220,940 $2,436,628 $154,878 $111,300 $0 $13,451 $124,751 $342,000 $376,033 $2,874,247 $86,314 $338,379 $2,535,868 $178,962 $200,624 $0 $13,999 $214,623 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $309,218 $0 $479,536 $536,421 $0 $309,218 $1,325,175 $1,038,309 $4,481,797 6 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $375,000 $2,125,000 $145,695 $197,734 $0 $11,965 $209,700 $139,150 $156,669 $2,814,237 $70,356 $291,296 $2,522,941 $164,009 $125,993 $0 $14,206 $140,200 $1,916,214 $2,157,466 $5,031,713 $151,102 $489,482 $4,542,231 $313,295 $375,450 $0 $25,576 $401,026 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $340,481 $0 $622,999 $750,926 $0 $340,481 $1,714,406 $1,279,316 $5,761,113 7 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $437,500 $2,062,500 $145,695 $211,378 $0 $11,846 $223,224 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $361,652 $2,452,585 $164,009 $134,687 $0 $14,086 $148,773 $0 $0 $5,031,713 $151,102 $640,584 $4,391,128 $313,295 $401,356 $0 $25,220 $426,576 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $374,905 $0 $622,999 $798,573 $0 $374,905 $1,796,477 $1,276,723 $7,037,836 8 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $500,000 $2,000,000 $145,695 $225,963 $0 $11,717 $237,680 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $432,008 $2,382,229 $164,009 $143,980 $0 $13,956 $157,936 $275,400 $325,135 $5,356,848 $160,866 $801,451 $4,555,397 $333,539 $456,774 $0 $26,687 $483,460 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $412,809 $0 $643,243 $879,076 $0 $412,809 $1,935,129 $1,309,771 $8,347,607 9 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $562,500 $1,937,500 $145,695 $241,555 $0 $11,577 $253,132 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $502,364 $2,311,873 $164,009 $153,915 $0 $13,815 $167,730 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $962,317 $4,394,531 $333,539 $488,291 $0 $26,259 $514,550 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $454,546 $0 $643,243 $935,412 $0 $454,546 $2,033,201 $1,310,619 $9,658,227 10 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $625,000 $1,875,000 $145,695 $258,222 $0 $11,428 $269,650 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $572,720 $2,241,517 $164,009 $164,535 $0 $13,662 $178,197 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,123,183 $4,233,665 $333,539 $521,983 $0 $25,804 $547,787 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $500,502 $0 $643,243 $995,634 $0 $500,502 $2,139,379 $1,313,393 $10,971,620 11 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $687,500 $1,812,500 $145,695 $276,039 $0 $11,268 $287,307 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $643,076 $2,171,161 $164,009 $175,888 $0 $13,498 $189,386 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,284,050 $4,072,798 $333,539 $558,000 $0 $25,320 $583,320 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $551,105 $0 $643,243 $1,060,013 $0 $551,105 $2,254,361 $1,318,078 $12,289,698 12 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $750,000 $1,750,000 $145,695 $295,086 $0 $11,097 $306,183 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $713,431 $2,100,805 $164,009 $188,024 $0 $13,322 $201,346 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,444,916 $3,911,932 $333,539 $596,502 $0 $24,806 $621,308 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $606,823 $0 $643,243 $1,128,837 $0 $606,823 $2,378,904 $1,324,663 $13,614,361 13 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $812,500 $1,687,500 $145,695 $315,447 $0 $10,915 $326,362 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $783,787 $2,030,449 $164,009 $200,998 $0 $13,133 $214,131 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,605,782 $3,751,066 $333,539 $637,660 $0 $24,262 $661,922 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $668,175 $0 $643,243 $1,202,415 $0 $668,175 $2,513,834 $1,333,140 $14,947,500 14 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $875,000 $1,625,000 $145,695 $337,213 $0 $10,721 $347,933 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $854,143 $1,960,093 $164,009 $214,867 $0 $12,932 $227,799 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,766,648 $3,590,199 $333,539 $681,659 $0 $23,686 $705,345 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $735,730 $0 $643,243 $1,281,077 $0 $735,730 $2,660,050 $1,343,506 $16,291,006 15 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $937,500 $1,562,500 $145,695 $360,480 $0 $10,515 $370,995 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $924,499 $1,889,737 $164,009 $229,693 $0 $12,717 $242,410 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,927,515 $3,429,333 $333,539 $728,693 $0 $23,077 $751,771 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $810,115 $0 $643,243 $1,365,175 $0 $810,115 $2,818,533 $1,355,763 $17,646,769 16 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $145,695 $385,353 $0 $10,296 $395,649 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $994,855 $1,819,381 $164,009 $245,542 $0 $12,488 $258,030 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,088,381 $3,268,467 $333,539 $778,973 $0 $22,435 $801,408 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $892,021 $0 $643,243 $1,455,087 $0 $892,021 $2,990,351 $1,369,914 $19,016,683 17 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $1,062,500 $1,437,500 $145,695 $411,943 $0 $10,064 $422,007 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,065,211 $1,749,026 $164,009 $262,484 $0 $12,245 $274,729 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,249,247 $3,107,600 $333,539 $832,722 $0 $21,757 $854,479 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $982,208 $0 $643,243 $1,551,216 $0 $982,208 $3,176,666 $1,385,969 $20,402,652 18 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $1,125,000 $1,375,000 $145,695 $440,367 $0 $9,819 $450,186 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,135,567 $1,678,670 $164,009 $280,595 $0 $11,988 $292,583 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,410,114 $2,946,734 $333,539 $890,180 $0 $21,043 $911,224 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,081,512 $0 $643,243 $1,653,993 $0 $1,081,512 $3,378,748 $1,403,940 $21,806,592 19 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $1,187,500 $1,312,500 $145,695 $470,752 $0 $9,560 $480,312 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,205,923 $1,608,314 $164,009 $299,956 $0 $11,715 $311,672 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,570,980 $2,785,868 $333,539 $951,603 $0 $20,292 $971,895 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,190,857 $0 $643,243 $1,763,879 $0 $1,190,857 $3,597,979 $1,423,843 $23,230,435 20 $0 $0 $2,500,000 $62,500 $1,250,000 $1,250,000 $145,695 $503,234 $0 $9,287 $512,521 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,276,279 $1,537,958 $164,009 $320,653 $0 $11,427 $332,080 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,731,846 $2,625,002 $333,539 $1,017,263 $0 $19,503 $1,036,766 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,311,257 $0 $643,243 $1,881,368 $0 $1,311,257 $3,835,868 $1,445,698 $24,676,133

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Alternative B Projects Load Level Description At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) 1-phase regulators with matching impedances and replace relaying with microprocessor based relays. 1 Construct 115 kV line from Field Substation to Airport Substation to create a loop. Follow the existing R.O.W. from Airport to where it splits to go to Field Substation, and then follow that R.O.W. to Field Substation (keep on a separate pole line), which is approximately 5 miles of OH and 0.5 miles of UG. Use 795 AAAC OH and 750 MCM CU UG. 1 Install an open switch at S. Myrtle Ave. and Line 5. Close switch at U.S. 1, between Julia St. and Canal to transfer Line 8 to Line 4. 1 Construct 3,100 feet of 652 AAC from S. Myrtle, along Douglas, to S. Riverside. Construct 3,400 feet of double circuit 500 kCM from Riverside to Richmond Dr. From Richmond Dr. on A1A, construct 5,000 feet of (2) 500 MCM CU along Second Ave. to Horton St. transfer the south tap from Line 3 to new Line 8. 1 Extend Line 3 east on Second Ave. to Hemlock St.; go north on Hemlock to St. Atlantic (zig-zag); total distance of 652 AAC is 1,700 feet. At Horton St. and Second Ave., 1 Open at R-213 on Ocean Ave., between Goodwin and Pine. Close to Line 3 on S. Atlantic and Second Ave. to transfer load from Line 7 to Line 3. Install an open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of Ocean Ave. Close to Line 7 at Jessamine Ave. and Pine Ave. 1 Transfer the Harbour Blvd and Bouchelle Island Blvd taps from Line 5 to Line 3. Transfer the Richmond Dr. tap from Line 5 to Line 3. Transfer the Cooper St. south tap on Second Ave. from Line 5 to Line 3. ($200/hr labor for 4 hours of work) 1 At Hiles Blvd and Saxon Dr., convert the tap to 23 kV and construct 650 feet of 397.5 ACSR on S. Atlantic from Silvia Dr. to the end of Line 8, near the switch. Backfeed from Line 8. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 12,400 feet of 1ph OH 4,700 feet of 3ph OH 900 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 3 3ph PAD transformers & 71 1ph OH transformers Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to construct a new Line 20 out of Airport Sub. From new Line 20, construct 300 feet of 500 MCM UG up to the intersection at Turnbull Rd. and Sunset Dr. Install an open switch between Line 17 and new Line 20. Transfer the west fork on Turnbull to the new Line 20. This is recommended to split Line 17 for reliability and to relieve loading on Line 17 UG getaway. Reconductor 350 feet of #2 AAAC at Wayne and Fairway Avenue to 652 AAAC to relieve loading greater than 50% on a possible tie line. Reconductor 4,500 feet of 1-ph #2AAAC on Pioneer Trail, from Glencoe Rd. to Bay Dr., to 3-ph 397.5 ACSR. Reconductor 4,200 feet of 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC from the end of the 652 AAAC on Saxon, south of East 3 rd Ave., to E. 15th Ave to relieve loading greater than 50%. From where Line 5 crosses east, north of Hiles Blvd and south of Sea Mist Dr., construct 10,000 feet of 397.5 ACSR down Saxon to the three phase bank, south of Ocean Walk Condos, on S. Atlantic. Convert the condos to 23 kV and transfer to the new circuit. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 2,300 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 6 3ph PAD transformers Convert Oak Tree Dr and Sand Dune Dr. to 23 kV and transfer to 23 kV Line 5. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 4,800 feet of 1ph OH & 25 1ph OH transformers Convert the taps South of Hillside Dr. down to the three-phase bank south of Ocean Walk Condos to relieve conductor loading on the 13 kV. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 700 feet of 1ph OH 400 feet of 3ph OH 2,700 feet of 1ph 1/0 AL UG, 400 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 9 3ph PAD transformers, 12 1ph UG transformers & 6 1ph OH transformers At Atlantic Ave. and Saxon, transfer the tap with an inter-tie switch to the 23 kV Line 5. This area was previously converted to 23 kV and is served from Line 8. ($200/hr labor for 1 hour of work) Reconductor 500 feet of #2 CU to 652 AAAC on Oakwood from the riser to S. Peninsula Ave. to relieve conductor loading greater than 50%. Transfer all taps on Saxon from 7th Ave. to 23rd Ave., from Line 5 to Line 8. ($200/hr labor for 12 hour of work) Reconductor 6,700 feet on Saxon, between 8th and 9th Ave., to the span past 26th Ave., from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 8. Add new 18/24/30 MVA transformer at Airport Substation. Serve Line 17, Line 15, and Line 20. Leave Line 16 on the existing transformer. On HWY 1, between N. Orange St. and Park Ave., use Line 4s express circuit to serve the island through Line 16. Construct 1,700 feet of double circuit 500 kCM from SR 44 to Conova Dr at Oakwood. Construct 500 feet of 652 AAC OH from Conova to S. Peninsula at Oakwood. Open the north tap on S. Peninsula at Oakwood from Line 7 to Line 16. Transfer the tap on U.S. 1, north of Industrial Park Ave., from Line 16 to Line 4. (The tap serves Inlet Shores Dr.) ($200/hr labor for 1 hour of work) Open R-226 at Condict Dr. and Peninsula and close at N. Pine St. and Oakwood to move load from new Line 16 to Line 7.($200/hr labor for 2 hour of work) Install on open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of 2 nd Ave., and close R-213 on Ocean Ave. to move load back from Line 3 to Line 7. On U.S. 1, between Turnbull Bay Rd. and Mary Ave., reconductor 5,400 feet of #4/0 CU to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 16. Reconductor 5,700 feet on Saxon, between 15th Ave. and the Schoolway Substation, from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 5. Move load from Line 4 to Line 17 by opening the switch north of Industrial Park Ave. on HWY 1. Close to Line 17 at the switch at the corner of HWY 1 and South St. to relieve loading on Line 4 and Field St. transformer #3. ($200/hr labor for 2 hour of work) Reconductor Line 17 substation getaway from 4/0 AL UG to 500 MCM UG, total length is 180 feet. (to relieve loading) Reconductor 2,400 feet of #4/0 AL UG to 500 MCM UG on Sunset Dr. off of Turnbull Bay Rd. Reconductor 12,000 feet on SR 44, from the FP&L R.O.W. to Sugar Mill Dr., and then north up Sugar Mill Dr. to Pioneer Trail, from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve conductor loading on Line 11.

Cost $5,900 $1,103,006 $25,500 $5,900 $800

$110,236

1 1 1 1

$14,450 $6,300 $76,500 $75,600

1 1

$157,424 $22,727

1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5

$22,159 $200 $9,000 $2,400 $120,600 $407,500 $200 $400 $5,900 $97,200 $102,600 $400 $6,156 $82,082 $216,000

Alternative B Projects Load Level 5 Description Construct 8,400 feet of 652 AAAC from SR 44 up OReilly Rd. and tie to Venetian. Open the south tap near Reserve Blvd. Close to the new tie at Venetian. Project is recommended to relieve conductor loading on Pioneer Trail. Convert the remaining 13 kV to 23 kV on Line 14 and transfer the load to Line 5. Remove the 20 MVA 23-13 kV step-down. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 35,400 feet of 1ph OH 90 feet of 1ph 1/0 AL UG, 1,500 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 4 3ph PAD transformers, 2 1ph UG transformers & 112 1ph OH transformers Cost $126,000

1,500 feet of 3ph OH $190,814

6 6 6

6 8 8

Construct 1,700 feet of 652 AAAC from the end of Line 8 on Saxon Ave, south of 26 th Ave, to Schoolway Substation. This is to provide another tie to Line 5. Transfer the tap serving Line 14 to Line 8 at Schoolway Substation. South of Matthews Ave. on Saxon Ave. Install an open switch on Line 8. South of the new switch on Saxon, install a closed switch to tie the south lines together on Line 5. Install an open switch on Atlantic Ave., south of 27 th Ave. Transfer the Matthews Ave. tap at Saxon from Line 5 to Line 8. Close the existing switch at Matthews and Saxon. Open the existing switch on East 26th and Saxon. Close new switch on Atlantic, north of 26th Ave. This process balanced load between Lines 3 and 8. Reconductor the 1000 MCM submarine cable for Lines 3 and 5 to double circuit 500 kCM to relieve conductor loading and enable Lines 3 and 5 to pick up more load on the island. Total length is 2,900 feet for both lines. Construct 900 feet of 652 AAAC from the corner of 1st Ave. to 3rd Ave. along Hemlock St. on Line 7. Reconductor 1,400 feet of #2 CU to 652 AAAC along 3 rd Ave. from the switch connecting Line 3 and Line 5 to Atlantic Ave. to strengthen the tie line. Install an open switch on the corner of 3 rd and Atlantic Ave. on 3rd Ave. Close to the new Line 7 tie at Hemlock and 3rd Ave to move load from Line 3 to Line 7. Reconductor 9,100 feet of 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC on SR 44 between the substation getaway of Line 12 to the new line up OReilly Rd. to relieve conductor loading. Reconductor 6,200 feet of 394 AAAC and 336 AAC to 652 AAAC from Line 7 intersection at Old Mission Rd., north to Canal St., along Canal to Milford Place, north on Milford Place to Mary Ave., and east on Mary Ave. to N. Orange to relieve conductor loading greater than 50% on the major tie to the island.

$37,300 $5,900 $1,637,600

$44,600 $163,800 $111,600

Appendix C Alternate C System Improvements & 115 kV Route Around Airport


This case was developed as a basis for comparison of the alternative plans. This case assumes:

Load Level 1:

At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) single-phase 576 kVA regulators with (3) single-phase regulators of matching impedance, and replace relaying with Microprocessor relays. Construct a 115 kV transmission line between Airport and Field Street Substations to complete the loop. The transmission will extend up next to Line 17 and cross over to U.S. 1 to bypass the airport, and then go south for approximately 6 miles to Field Street Substation. Bus work at Field Street Substation to move Line 4 to the new transformer. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Construct a new circuit to the island using Field Street Substation existing distribution routes. Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to build a new feeder. Install a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA transformer Load Tap Changers with at Airport Substation. Construct a new circuit to the island using Airport Substation existing distribution routes. Eliminate and remove the Schoolway step-down substation. Convert various 13 kV taps to 22.9 kV. Various distribution improvements to relieve loading and improve conditions for contingency switching.

Load Level 3:

Load Level 6:

Load Levels 1 -10:

Following is a summary of the estimated capital costs for Alternative C, details of the present-worth analysis, the required distribution improvements and substation cost estimates.

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Table C-1 Alternative C - System Improvements 115 kV Around Airport Capital Improvements Summary (2006 $'s)
Load Level Description Estimated Cost 2006 $ Transmission Improvements Construct 5.8 miles of overhead and 0.2 miles of underground 115 kV transmission from Airport 1 Substation to Field Street Substation travelling around the Airport and then south on U.S. 1 to Field Street Substation. SUBTOTAL TRANSMISSION Substation Improvements At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) 1-phase regulators with matching impedances and replace 1 relaying with microprocessor based relays. Install a 22.9 kV breaker in the spare bay at Airport Substation 1 Add a new 115-22.9 kV, 18/24/30 MVA LTC transformer at Airport Substation 3 Remove the 22.9-13.2 kV, 20 MVA transformers at Schoolway Substation when the circuit is 6 converted. SUBTOTAL SUBSTATION Distribution Improvements Load Level 1 Distribution Improvements 1 Load Level 2 Distribution Improvements 2 Load Level 3 Distribution Improvements 3 Load Level 5 Distribution Improvements 5 Load Level 6 Distribution Improvements 6 Load Level 8 Distribution Improvements 8 SUBTOTAL DISTRIBUTION TOTAL CAPITAL COST Losses Summary 0 10 Calculated Distribution Losses (kW) Calculated Distribution Losses (kW) 1,867 2,461 $2,330,000

$2,330,000

$417,450 $15,000 $2,122,038 $139,150 $2,693,638

$1,635,703 $123,000 $702,438 $342,000 $1,916,214 $275,400 $4,994,755 $10,018,393

Present Worth Cost 20 20-Year Cumulative Present Worth Cost $24,324,282

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Table C-2 Alternative C - System Improvements 115 kV Around Airport Present Worth Calculations
Load Level 1 TRANSMISSION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense SUBSTATION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense DISTRIBUTION New Investment Inflated Investment Cumulative Cost Annual Depreciation Cumulative Depreciation Investment Book Value Capital Recovery Operations and Maintenance Taxes Other Operating Expenses Total Operating Expense DELIVERY CHARGES Delivery Point Charges Facilities Rental Charges Breaker Rental Charges LOSSES ($) Transmission Cu Substation Cu Distribution Cu Substation Fe TOTALS Capital Recovery Operating Expenses Delivery Charges Losses TOTAL ANNUAL COST Annual Present Worth Cost Cumulative Annual Present Worth Cost $2,330,000 $2,330,000 $2,330,000 $58,250 $58,250 $2,271,750 $135,788 $132,011 $0 $11,586 $143,597 $432,450 $432,450 $432,450 $10,811 $10,811 $421,639 $25,202 $13,869 $0 $2,150 $16,019 $1,635,703 $1,635,703 $1,635,703 $49,120 $49,120 $1,586,582 $101,845 $87,428 $0 $8,092 $95,520 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $210,355 $0 $262,836 $255,136 $0 $210,355 $728,326 $693,644 $693,644 2 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $116,500 $2,213,500 $135,788 $141,120 $0 $11,515 $152,634 $0 $0 $432,450 $10,811 $21,623 $410,828 $25,202 $14,826 $0 $2,137 $16,963 $123,000 $125,952 $1,761,655 $52,903 $102,023 $1,659,632 $109,688 $100,658 $0 $8,633 $109,291 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $231,622 $0 $270,678 $278,888 $0 $231,622 $781,188 $708,561 $1,402,205 3 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $174,750 $2,155,250 $135,788 $150,857 $0 $11,436 $162,293 $2,122,038 $2,225,118 $2,657,568 $66,439 $88,062 $2,569,506 $154,878 $97,395 $0 $13,634 $111,029 $702,438 $736,560 $2,498,214 $75,021 $177,044 $2,321,170 $155,549 $152,592 $0 $12,316 $164,909 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $255,040 $0 $446,215 $438,231 $0 $255,040 $1,139,486 $984,331 $2,386,536 4 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $233,000 $2,097,000 $135,788 $161,266 $0 $11,349 $172,615 $0 $0 $2,657,568 $66,439 $154,501 $2,503,067 $154,878 $104,116 $0 $13,547 $117,663 $0 $0 $2,498,214 $75,021 $252,066 $2,246,149 $155,549 $163,121 $0 $12,157 $175,278 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $280,826 $0 $446,215 $465,556 $0 $280,826 $1,192,597 $981,152 $3,367,688 5 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $291,250 $2,038,750 $135,788 $172,393 $0 $11,255 $183,648 $0 $0 $2,657,568 $66,439 $220,940 $2,436,628 $154,878 $111,300 $0 $13,451 $124,751 $342,000 $376,033 $2,874,247 $86,314 $338,379 $2,535,868 $178,962 $200,624 $0 $13,999 $214,623 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $309,218 $0 $469,629 $523,022 $0 $309,218 $1,301,869 $1,020,048 $4,387,736 6 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $349,500 $1,980,500 $135,788 $184,288 $0 $11,152 $195,440 $139,150 $156,669 $2,814,237 $70,356 $291,296 $2,522,941 $164,009 $125,993 $0 $14,206 $140,200 $1,916,214 $2,157,466 $5,031,713 $151,102 $489,482 $4,542,231 $313,295 $375,450 $0 $25,576 $401,026 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $340,481 $0 $613,091 $736,666 $0 $340,481 $1,690,239 $1,261,282 $5,649,018 7 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $407,750 $1,922,250 $135,788 $197,004 $0 $11,040 $208,045 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $361,652 $2,452,585 $164,009 $134,687 $0 $14,086 $148,773 $0 $0 $5,031,713 $151,102 $640,584 $4,391,128 $313,295 $401,356 $0 $25,220 $426,576 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $374,905 $0 $613,091 $783,394 $0 $374,905 $1,771,391 $1,258,894 $6,907,913 8 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $466,000 $1,864,000 $135,788 $210,598 $0 $10,920 $221,517 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $432,008 $2,382,229 $164,009 $143,980 $0 $13,956 $157,936 $275,400 $325,135 $5,356,848 $160,866 $801,451 $4,555,397 $333,539 $456,774 $0 $26,687 $483,460 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $412,809 $0 $633,336 $862,914 $0 $412,809 $1,909,059 $1,292,126 $8,200,039 9 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $524,250 $1,805,750 $135,788 $225,129 $0 $10,790 $235,919 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $502,364 $2,311,873 $164,009 $153,915 $0 $13,815 $167,730 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $962,317 $4,394,531 $333,539 $488,291 $0 $26,259 $514,550 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $454,546 $0 $633,336 $918,199 $0 $454,546 $2,006,081 $1,293,137 $9,493,177 10 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $582,500 $1,747,500 $135,788 $240,663 $0 $10,651 $251,314 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $572,720 $2,241,517 $164,009 $164,535 $0 $13,662 $178,197 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,123,183 $4,233,665 $333,539 $521,983 $0 $25,804 $547,787 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $500,502 $0 $633,336 $977,298 $0 $500,502 $2,111,136 $1,296,054 $10,789,231 11 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $640,750 $1,689,250 $135,788 $257,268 $0 $10,502 $267,770 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $643,076 $2,171,161 $164,009 $175,888 $0 $13,498 $189,386 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,284,050 $4,072,798 $333,539 $558,000 $0 $25,320 $583,320 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $551,105 $0 $633,336 $1,040,476 $0 $551,105 $2,224,917 $1,300,863 $12,090,093 12 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $699,000 $1,631,000 $135,788 $275,020 $0 $10,343 $285,362 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $713,431 $2,100,805 $164,009 $188,024 $0 $13,322 $201,346 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,444,916 $3,911,932 $333,539 $596,502 $0 $24,806 $621,308 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $606,823 $0 $633,336 $1,108,017 $0 $606,823 $2,348,176 $1,307,552 $13,397,646 13 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $757,250 $1,572,750 $135,788 $293,996 $0 $10,173 $304,169 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $783,787 $2,030,449 $164,009 $200,998 $0 $13,133 $214,131 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,605,782 $3,751,066 $333,539 $637,660 $0 $24,262 $661,922 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $668,175 $0 $633,336 $1,180,223 $0 $668,175 $2,481,734 $1,316,116 $14,713,762 14 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $815,500 $1,514,500 $135,788 $314,282 $0 $9,992 $324,274 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $854,143 $1,960,093 $164,009 $214,867 $0 $12,932 $227,799 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,766,648 $3,590,199 $333,539 $681,659 $0 $23,686 $705,345 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $735,730 $0 $633,336 $1,257,417 $0 $735,730 $2,626,483 $1,326,553 $16,040,315 15 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $873,750 $1,456,250 $135,788 $335,968 $0 $9,800 $345,767 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $924,499 $1,889,737 $164,009 $229,693 $0 $12,717 $242,410 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $1,927,515 $3,429,333 $333,539 $728,693 $0 $23,077 $751,771 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $810,115 $0 $633,336 $1,339,947 $0 $810,115 $2,783,398 $1,338,862 $17,379,177 16 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $932,000 $1,398,000 $135,788 $359,149 $0 $9,596 $368,745 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $994,855 $1,819,381 $164,009 $245,542 $0 $12,488 $258,030 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,088,381 $3,268,467 $333,539 $778,973 $0 $22,435 $801,408 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $892,021 $0 $633,336 $1,428,183 $0 $892,021 $2,953,539 $1,353,050 $18,732,227 17 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $990,250 $1,339,750 $135,788 $383,931 $0 $9,380 $393,311 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,065,211 $1,749,026 $164,009 $262,484 $0 $12,245 $274,729 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,249,247 $3,107,600 $333,539 $832,722 $0 $21,757 $854,479 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $982,208 $0 $633,336 $1,522,519 $0 $982,208 $3,138,063 $1,369,126 $20,101,354 18 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $1,048,500 $1,281,500 $135,788 $410,422 $0 $9,151 $419,573 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,135,567 $1,678,670 $164,009 $280,595 $0 $11,988 $292,583 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,410,114 $2,946,734 $333,539 $890,180 $0 $21,043 $911,224 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,081,512 $0 $633,336 $1,623,380 $0 $1,081,512 $3,338,228 $1,387,103 $21,488,456 19 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $1,106,750 $1,223,250 $135,788 $438,741 $0 $8,910 $447,651 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,205,923 $1,608,314 $164,009 $299,956 $0 $11,715 $311,672 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,570,980 $2,785,868 $333,539 $951,603 $0 $20,292 $971,895 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,190,857 $0 $633,336 $1,731,218 $0 $1,190,857 $3,555,411 $1,406,997 $22,895,453 20 $0 $0 $2,330,000 $58,250 $1,165,000 $1,165,000 $135,788 $469,014 $0 $8,656 $477,670 $0 $0 $2,814,237 $70,356 $1,276,279 $1,537,958 $164,009 $320,653 $0 $11,427 $332,080 $0 $0 $5,356,848 $160,866 $2,731,846 $2,625,002 $333,539 $1,017,263 $0 $19,503 $1,036,766 $0 $0 0.0% $0 $0 $1,311,257 $0 $633,336 $1,846,516 $0 $1,311,257 $3,791,109 $1,428,829 $24,324,282

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Alternative C Projects Load Level Description At Smyrna Substation, replace (3) 1-phase regulators with matching impedances and replace relaying with microprocessor based relays. 1 Construct 115 kV line from Field Substation to Airport Substation to create a loop. Travel up next to Line 17 and cross over to U.S. 1 to bypass the airport, and then go south, which is approximately 5.8 miles of OH and 0.2 miles of UG. (OH 795 AAAC and 750 MCM CU UG) 1 Install an open switch at S. Myrtle Ave. and Line 5. Close switch at U.S. 1, between Julia St. and Canal to transfer Line 8 to Line 4. 1 Construct 3,100 feet of 652 AAC from S. Myrtle, along Douglas, to S. Riverside. Construct 3,400 feet of double circuit 500 kCM from Riverside to Richmond Dr. From Richmond Dr. on A1A, construct 5,000 feet of (2) 500 MCM CU along Second Ave. to Horton St. transfer the south tap from Line 3 to new Line 8. 1 Extend Line 3 east on Second Ave. to Hemlock St.; go north on Hemlock to St. Atlantic (zig-zag); total distance of 652 AAC is 1,700 feet. At Horton St. and Second Ave., 1 Open at R-213 on Ocean Ave., between Goodwin and Pine. Close to Line 3 on S. Atlantic and Second Ave. to transfer load from Line 7 to Line 3. Install an open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of Ocean Ave. Close to Line 7 at Jessamine Ave. and Pine Ave. 1 Transfer the Harbour Blvd and Bouchelle Island Blvd taps from Line 5 to Line 3. Transfer the Richmond Dr. tap from Line 5 to Line 3. Transfer the Cooper St. south tap on Second Ave. from Line 5 to Line 3. ($200/hr labor for 4 hours of work) 1 At Hiles Blvd and Saxon Dr., convert the tap to 23 kV and construct 650 feet of 397.5 ACSR on S. Atlantic from Silvia Dr. to the end of Line 8, near the switch. Backfeed from Line 8. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 12,400 feet of 1ph OH 4,700 feet of 3ph OH 900 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 3 3ph PAD transformers & 71 1ph OH transformers Use the spare bay at Airport Substation to construct a new Line 20 out of Airport Sub. From new Line 20, construct 300 feet of 500 MCM UG up to the intersection at Turnbull Rd. and Sunset Dr. Install an open switch between Line 17 and new Line 20. Transfer the west fork on Turnbull to the new Line 20. This is recommended to split Line 17 for reliability and to relieve loading on Line 17 UG getaway. Reconductor 350 feet of #2 AAAC at Wayne and Fairway Avenue to 652 AAAC to relieve loading greater than 50% on a possible tie line. Reconductor 4,500 feet of 1-ph #2AAAC on Pioneer Trail, from Glencoe Rd. to Bay Dr., to 3-ph 397.5 ACSR. Reconductor 4,200 feet of 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC from the end of the 652 AAAC on Saxon, south of East 3 rd Ave., to E. 15th Ave to relieve loading greater than 50%. From where Line 5 crosses east, north of Hiles Blvd and south of Sea Mist Dr., construct 10,000 feet of 397.5 ACSR down Saxon to the three phase bank, south of Ocean Walk Condos, on S. Atlantic. Convert the condos to 23 kV and transfer to the new circuit. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 2,300 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 6 3ph PAD transformers Convert Oak Tree Dr and Sand Dune Dr. to 23 kV and transfer to 23 kV Line 5. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 4,800 feet of 1ph OH & 25 1ph OH transformers Convert the taps South of Hillside Dr. down to the three-phase bank south of Ocean Walk Condos to relieve conductor loading on the 13 kV. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 700 feet of 1ph OH 400 feet of 3ph OH 2,700 feet of 1ph 1/0 AL UG, 400 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 9 3ph PAD transformers, 12 1ph UG transformers & 6 1ph OH transformers At Atlantic Ave. and Saxon, transfer the tap with an inter-tie switch to the 23 kV Line 5. This area was previously converted to 23 kV and is served from Line 8. ($200/hr labor for 1 hour of work) Reconductor 500 feet of #2 CU to 652 AAAC on Oakwood from the riser to S. Peninsula Ave. to relieve conductor loading greater than 50%. Transfer all taps on Saxon from 7th Ave. to 23rd Ave., from Line 5 to Line 8. ($200/hr labor for 12 hour of work) Reconductor 6,700 feet on Saxon, between 8th and 9th Ave., to the span past 26th Ave., from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 8. Add new 18/24/30 MVA transformer at Airport Substation. Serve Line 17, Line 15, and Line 20. Leave Line 16 on the existing transformer. On HWY 1, between N. Orange St. and Park Ave., use Line 4s express circuit to serve the island through Line 16. Construct 1,700 feet of double circuit 500 kCM from SR 44 to Conova Dr at Oakwood. Construct 500 feet of 652 AAC OH from Conova to S. Peninsula at Oakwood. Open the north tap on S. Peninsula at Oakwood from Line 7 to Line 16. Transfer the tap on U.S. 1, north of Industrial Park Ave., from Line 16 to Line 4. (The tap serves Inlet Shores Dr.) ($200/hr labor for 1 hour of work) Open R-226 at Condict Dr. and Peninsula and close at N. Pine St. and Oakwood to move load from new Line 16 to Line 7.($200/hr labor for 2 hour of work) Install on open switch on S. Atlantic Ave., north of 2 nd Ave., and close R-213 on Ocean Ave. to move load back from Line 3 to Line 7. On U.S. 1, between Turnbull Bay Rd. and Mary Ave., reconductor 5,400 feet of #4/0 CU to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 16. Reconductor 5,700 feet on Saxon, between 15th Ave. and the Schoolway Substation, from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve loading on Line 5. Move load from Line 4 to Line 17 by opening the switch north of Industrial Park Ave. on HWY 1. Close to Line 17 at the switch at the corner of HWY 1 and South St. to relieve loading on Line 4 and Field St. transformer #3. ($200/hr labor for 2 hour of work) Reconductor Line 17 substation getaway from 4/0 AL UG to 500 MCM UG, total length is 180 feet. (to relieve loading) Reconductor 2,400 feet of #4/0 AL UG to 500 MCM UG on Sunset Dr. off of Turnbull Bay Rd. Reconductor 12,000 feet on SR 44, from the FP&L R.O.W. to Sugar Mill Dr., and then north up Sugar Mill Dr. to Pioneer Trail, from 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC to relieve conductor loading on Line 11.

Cost $5,900 $1,103,006 $25,500 $5,900 $800

$110,236

1 1 1 1

$14,450 $6,300 $76,500 $75,600

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$157,424 $22,727

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$22,159 $200 $9,000 $2,400 $120,600 $407,500 $200 $400 $5,900 $97,200 $102,600 $400 $6,156 $82,082 $216,000

Alternative C Projects Load Level 5 Description Construct 8,400 feet of 652 AAAC from SR 44 up OReilly Rd. and tie to Venetian. Open the south tap near Reserve Blvd. Close to the new tie at Venetian. Project is recommended to relieve conductor loading on Pioneer Trail. Convert the remaining 13 kV to 23 kV on Line 14 and transfer the load to Line 5. Remove the 20 MVA 23-13 kV step-down. The following is converted to 22.9 kV: 35,400 feet of 1ph OH 90 feet of 1ph 1/0 AL UG, 1,500 feet of 3ph 4/0 AL UG & 4 3ph PAD transformers, 2 1ph UG transformers & 112 1ph OH transformers Cost $126,000

1,500 feet of 3ph OH $190,814

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6 8 8

Construct 1,700 feet of 652 AAAC from the end of Line 8 on Saxon Ave, south of 26 th Ave, to Schoolway Substation. This is to provide another tie to Line 5. Transfer the tap serving Line 14 to Line 8 at Schoolway Substation. South of Matthews Ave. on Saxon Ave. Install an open switch on Line 8. South of the new switch on Saxon, install a closed switch to tie the south lines together on Line 5. Install an open switch on Atlantic Ave., south of 27 th Ave. Transfer the Matthews Ave. tap at Saxon from Line 5 to Line 8. Close the existing switch at Matthews and Saxon. Open the existing switch on East 26th and Saxon. Close new switch on Atlantic, north of 26th Ave. This process balanced load between Lines 3 and 8. Reconductor the 1000 MCM submarine cable for Lines 3 and 5 to double circuit 500 kCM to relieve conductor loading and enable Lines 3 and 5 to pick up more load on the island. Total length is 2,900 feet for both lines. Construct 900 feet of 652 AAAC from the corner of 1st Ave. to 3rd Ave. along Hemlock St. on Line 7. Reconductor 1,400 feet of #2 CU to 652 AAAC along 3 rd Ave. from the switch connecting Line 3 and Line 5 to Atlantic Ave. to strengthen the tie line. Install an open switch on the corner of 3 rd and Atlantic Ave. on 3rd Ave. Close to the new Line 7 tie at Hemlock and 3rd Ave to move load from Line 3 to Line 7. Reconductor 9,100 feet of 394 AAAC to 652 AAAC on SR 44 between the substation getaway of Line 12 to the new line up OReilly Rd. to relieve conductor loading. Reconductor 6,200 feet of 394 AAAC and 336 AAC to 652 AAAC from Line 7 intersection at Old Mission Rd., north to Canal St., along Canal to Milford Place, north on Milford Place to Mary Ave., and east on Mary Ave. to N. Orange to relieve conductor loading greater than 50% on the major tie to the island.

$37,300 $5,900 $1,637,600

$44,600 $163,800 $111,600