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3. Totalization
3.3 Loss Adjustments
In addition to measurement error correction, the other type of adjustment that may have
to be made is for losses. The types of losses that must be accounted for are:
Site-specific losses
Distribution losses
Site-specific loss adjustment (SSLA) is applied to the metering data to adjust for the
location of the meter if the meter is not at the ‘defined meter point’.
The total loss factor (TLF), as approved by the OEB, is applied to the metering data to
adjust for the location of the embedded connection point in relation to the defined meter
point.
Objectives:
After reviewing this topic, you will be able to:
Describe what the defined meter point is, and what it is used for
Describe the conditions requiring the application of site-specific loss adjustments
Describe the conditions requiring the application of distribution loss adjustments
Revised: July 2012
Revenue Metering
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