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Jersey Load Profile/Allocation Factors. View the Profile Application Guide below for a text explanation of the load profiles for New Jersey and and for additional information on how to apply them. The following link contains load profiles for Jersey Central Power & Light Company (JCP&L) and is available to download. Please use the Save menu option to
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Equations JCPL Load Profile Application I. General The Company presents the raw equations utilized in process of determining customer hourly loads. These equations may be utilized by Third Party Suppliers for a variety of reasons but are explicitly used by the Company in
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Below DEEMED LOAD - PHOTO CELL CONTROLLED LIGHTING January February March April May June July August September October November December Hours On per Day Days per Month Hours On per Month DEEMED LOAD - TRAFFIC LIGHTING AND OTHER FLAT LOADS Below 48.68 Below 49.68 Below 50.62 Below 52.18 Below 51.91 Below 49.66 Below 49.77 Below …
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2022 March 2022. JCP&L Reminds Customers of Available Assistance Programs as Winter Utility Disconnection Moratorium Set to Expire on March 15. News Release. February 2022. FirstEnergy Utilities Prepared to Respond to Winter Storm. News Release. February 2022. JCP&L Welcomes Amy Overman as New External Affairs Consultant. Featured Story.
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330-761-4348Maryland Potomac Edison Load Profiles (current) More information on Maryland customer choice: Maryland Allocation Factors 2017. Maryland Allocation Factors 2018. Maryland Allocation Factors 2019. Maryland Allocation Factors 2020. Maryland Allocation Factors 2021. If you have any questions, please contact Supplier Services or call 330-761-4348.
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Files Commercial and residential load profile data are accessible as individual files and as downloadable ZIP files. The dataset is approximately 4.8GB compressed or 19GB uncompressed. Note that on July 2nd, 2013, the Residential High and Low load files were updated from 366 days in a year for leap years to the more general 365 days in a normal year.
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Electric Electric Load Profiles. Central Hudson's Class specific load profiles contain 5 columns of data in the following order: 1 2 3 4 5 stratum month hour daytype average
Profiles Class Load Profile. Atlantic City Electric's New Jersey Load Profiles for each rate schedule are derived via one of two methods: where customer load data is not available, the profiles are simulated based on historic data and actual weather. Refer to the Supplier Operating Manual posted on this site to see how the profiles are used in the
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Profiles Class Load Profile Information. Delmarva Power's Maryland Load Profiles for each rate schedule are derived via one of two methods: where customer load data is not available, the profiles are simulated based on historic data and actual weather. Refer to the Supplier Operating Manual posted on this site to see how the profiles are used in the
Profile Load Profile Information 2018-2019. These load profiles will be used for calendar years 2018 and 2019: 2018 Instructions for Using Profile Equations (.pdf) 2018 Load Profile Equations (.txt) 2016. 2016 Instructions for Using Profile Equations (.pdf) 2016 Formatting Guidelines for Load Profiles (.pdf) 2016 Load Profile Information (.txt)
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Hourly to 2011, PECO developed hourly load data by customer group for monthly metered customers using older static load profiles. PECO is not able to retrofit the updated load profiles to the historic hourly load data (2006 – 2010) that is provided. c. Customer Procurement Classes
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Updated In 2010, PECO conducted a load study that was used to develop updated static load profiles for monthly-metered customers. PECO used these updated load profiles beginning on January 1, 2011. For data prior to 2011, PECO developed hourly load data by customer group for monthly metered customers using older static load profiles.
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JCP&L Need some advice dealing with JCP&L (Central NJ). Back in Jan 06, I upgraded my panel to 200AMP. Prior to the upgrade, I called JCP&L to verify the service wire capacity (pole to masthead) and was told that once the panel was upgraded, JCP&L will upgrade the wire. At the time of the upgrade, my electrician also confirmed that the wire should
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ELCC The natural relationship existing between peak demand and PV generation for JCPL is shown in Fig. 4 for the considered period’s peak day. Fig. 4 – PV4 output and JCPL load on 7/23/02. Effective capacity results using respectively ELCC, MBES and SLC as metrics, are presented in Tables 5, 6, 7 and 8. Table 7 reports the maximum one-day SLC
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Jersey Central Power and Light (JCPL) 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 2036 4,000 4,500 5,000 5,500 6,000 6,500 7,000 7,500 Load (MW) Summer Peak 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 2036 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 Load (MW) Winter Peak EWR ACY 2019 Mapbo[ OpenStreetMap Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Weather Stations Cooling Degree Days
Average Load Power Factor is 0.9 Power Quality Nodes at Area Substations 20% Copper Losses caused by the Power Factor of our Customer's equipment 0.64% of Total Losses Current Tariffs address standby and buyback customers with induction generation Cogeneration Specifications require correction to 0.9 PF 31 cents/KVAR per month
The above forecasts incorporate all load in the PJM Control Area, including members and non-members Contractually Interruptible = Firm Service Level + Guaranteed Load Drop
• This report presents an independent load forecast prepared by PJM staff. • The report includes long-term forecasts of peak loads, net energy, load management, distributed solar generation, and plug-in electric vehicles for each PJM zone, region, locational deliverability area (LDA), and the total RTO.