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Deployment Experience: Cost-Benefit Analyses

The Smart Grid Information Clearinghouse (SGIC) collects Cost-Benefit Analyses from the group of trusted sources. Comparison of those positive and negative impacts aids in planning for future project. Each Smart Grid Cost-Benefit Analysis must stand on its own as there is no single approach or methodology that is used to compare every project. Each analysis is expected to contain metrics that satisfy the requirements of that project. Please use the tool below to browse available Cost-Benefit Analyses by smart grid domain and year. The search results are sorted alphabetically by information source and title. The link from each cost-benefit document title provides a brief description and the ability to download the full document.


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Title Source Year Document Typesort icon
The Ultimate Guide to AMI: Best practices, lessons learned and future directions in electric power
Smart Grid News
2014
Book
THE SMART GRID: Enabling Energy Efficiency and Demand Response
The Fairmont Press
2009
Book
Application for Approval of AMI Deployment Activities & Cost Recovery Mechanism
SCE
2007
Docket
Application for Adoption of an AMI Deployment Scenario and Associated Cost Recovery and Rate Design (2007)
SDG&E
2007
Docket
Application for Adoption of an AMI Deployment Scenario and Associated Cost Recovery and Rate Design (2005)
SDG&E
2005
Docket
Updated Preliminary Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Business Case Analysis
PG&E
2005
Docket
Preliminary Analysis of AMI Business Case (Revised)
SCE
2005
Docket
Supplemental Preliminary Business Case Filing
PG&E
2005
Docket
Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Business Case Supplemental Filing
SDG&E
2005
Docket
Preliminary AMI Business Case Analysis
PG&E
2005
Docket
Preliminary Analysis of AMI Business Case
SCE
2004
Docket
Guidelines for AMI Business Case Analysis
MADRI
2004
Docket
Decision Adopting Requirements For Smart Grid Deployment Plans Pursuant To Senate Bill 17 (Padilla), Chapter 327, Statutes Of 2009
CPUC
2009
Docket
2010 Demand Response Cost-Effectiveness Protocols
CPUC
2010
Docket
Smart Grid Policy Statement
NY State PSC
2011
Docket
Customer Response to Day-ahead Wholesale Market Electricity Prices: Case Study of RTP Program Experience in New York-Fact Sheet
DOE - LBL
2004
Fact sheet
The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) - The Smart Grid: Frequently Asked Questions for State Commissions
GridWise Alliance
2009
Fact sheet
Testimony Supporting Application for Approval of AMI Deployment Strategy and Cost Recovery Mechanism
SCE
2005
Hearing/Testimony
Direct Testimony of Doug Krall regarding AMI cost recovery
PPL
2004
Hearing/Testimony
Rebuttal Testimony of Doug A. Krall regarding AMI cost recovery
MADRI
2004
Hearing/Testimony
Communication Networks for the Smart Grid: Pros, Cons, & Latest Options
Smart Grid Observer
2011
HTML
Interruption Cost Estimate (ICE) Calculator
DOE
2011
HTML
EPRI Ups Estimates of Smart Grid’s Investment Benefits
IEEE
2011
Magazine Articles
Microgrids: So Much More than Backup Energy
NREL
2012
Magazine Articles
Chattanooga Shows Smart Grid Can Deliver Results
Electric Light & Power Magazine
2012
Magazine Articles
EPRI Smart Grid Demonstration Update- November 18th, 2011
EPRI
2011
Newsletter
The Added Economic and Environmental Value of Plug-in Electric Vehicles connected to Commercial Building Microgrids
LBNL
2010
Proceedings
Methodological Approach for Estimating the Benefits and Costs of Smart Grid Demonstration Projects
EPRI
2010
Report
Environmental Benefits of Interoperability
GridWiseAC
2009
Report
The Smart Grid: An Estimation of the Energy and CO2 Benefits
DOE - PNNL
2010
Report
Smart Grid: Enabler of the New Energy Economy
EAC
2008
Report
Accelerating Smart Grid Investments
Accenture
2009
Report
West Virginia Smart Grid Implementation Plan
DOE - NETL
2009
Report
Phase 1 Results: Establish the Value of Demand Response
DOE - LBL
2006
Report
Development of a Comprehensive / Integrated DR Value Framework
DOE - LBL
2006
Report
Phase 1 Results: Incentives and Rate Design for Energy Efficiency and Demand Response
DOE - LBL
2006
Report
Phase 1 Results: Incentives and Rate Design for Energy Efficiency and Demand Response - Appendix
DOE - LBL
2006
Report
Not All Large Customers Are Made Alike: Disaggregating Response to Default-Service Day-Ahead Market Pricing
DOE - LBL
2006
Report
Customer Strategies for Responding to Day-Ahead Market Hourly Electricity Pricing
DOE - LBL
2006
Report