Theft of Power
Being a distributor of electricity, largest monthly expense is the cost of power. It is determined by the sum of wholesale meters. Conversely, revenue is determined by the sum of thousands of meters at commercial, industrial and residential customers. Assuming the meters are accurate, total system load should equate to the sum of customers, with an adjustment for technical losses. But, what if unmetered loads? How detect , pinpoint their location, settle the matter and recover losses? solution give a complete view of all metered loads, the sum of commercial, industrial and residential customers, and compares it against wholesale meters.
Utilismart already has the data collection infrastructure for wholesale, commercial and industrial interval meters. By combining this with HealthMAP’s data collected from your AMI smart meters, now a complete view of all metered loads. On an hourly basis, HealthMAP sums all loads from commercial, industrial and residential customers and compares it against wholesale meters the difference and automatically record network loss history on a graph. set alerts and receive a notification email when the hourly network loss exceeds a critical threshold. Further, actual load of each distribution transformer in selected service areas, quickly pinpoint theft of power. Finally, in shared distribution networks, an unreported, emergency load transfer through network that was executed by the transmission company – And catch it on the hour instead of waiting for monthly bill. .