Conservation Voltage Regulation (CVR) for Utilities

Presented by

Jody Wigington, Morristown Utility Systems GM & CEO and Dave Kauffman, Tantalus Systems Product Manager

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Conservation Voltage Regulation (CVR) is a way for utilities to reduce peak demand by lowering feeder voltages. The combination of SCADA with a Smart Grid communications system from Tantalus adds real-time voltage information from thousands of meters, allowing utilities to maximize their voltage reduction operations while ensuring that every customer’s residence stays within the regulated limits. During this webinar you will learn about Tantalus’ new SCADA interface and the case study of Morristown Utility Systems (Morristown, TN) how the deployment of this interface has saved them time and money while meeting today’s demand response needs.

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The evolution from AMR to AMI to Smart Grid teaches that the communications network will be required to work harder, faster and carry a bigger data payload as advanced functionality makes its way onto the grid. Increasingly, broadband communications networks are seen as the ideal method for transporting the vast amounts of data that will enable utilities and their customers to interact in real-time in cost containment and energy efficiency programs.