Survalent Technology Releases New Case Study On Conservation Voltage Reduction

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Clinton Utilities Board is currently shaving about 3.5 % off of their monthly peak by using Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR).

Survalent Technology, the most trusted provider of smart grid solutions for the control room, announced today a new case study on Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR).

Clinton Utilities Board (CUB) serves approximately 30,000 customers in east Tennessee, maintains 12 substations and 1,400 miles of distribution power line. CUB is a distributor for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).

The new case study by Todd Loggins, Technical Operations Supervisor, CUB, discusses how they implemented Survalent’s CVR application to shave 3.5% of monthly peak, saving about $35k a month. The project leveraged MultiSpeak interoperability between SCADA and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) to bring end-of-line voltage readings into the CVR application. The CVR application automatically adjusts voltages as necessary though down-line regulators, substations regulators or Load Tap Changers (LTC) in order to achieve the desired end-of-line voltage.

Read The Full CVR Case Study: http://www.survalent.com/Download-document/50-CVR-Case-Study.html

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Survalent Technology is the leading provider of real-time smart grid management systems for enabling visualization, optimization and improved operations for utilities. For over four decades, we have helped more than 300 utilities use operational data to increase reliability, efficiency and customer service. With our proven and reliable SCADA, Distribution Management (DMS) and Substation Automation solutions, utilities transform data into actionable intelligence. We partner with utilities across the globe to create mission critical solutions that will achieve the promise of the Smart Grid.

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