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3. Totalization
For embedded market participants that have both load consumption and generation, or
generation only, the loss factor applied to the received or export channel is established
between the host local distribution company and the embedded generator. The host
LDC’s TLF is applied to the delivered channel. For the received channel, we use what all
parties agreed to. If there is no agreement, we use a default of 1.0.
(See Market Manual 3.7 Appendix D Settlement Principles for details.)
Loss Adjustment Example
In this example there are two metering installations. The first meter (M1) is for the local
distribution company (LDC) and the second meter (M2) is for the load that is embedded
within the distribution system.
Loss Adjustments Example
Typical LDC Connection, with Embedded Meter Point:
Transmission
System
DMP,
Delivery Pt 1,
Delivery Pt 2 .
M1
Actual Meter
Point
Connection
Facility
Circuit < 50kV
To Other LDC
Loads
Distribution
System
ECP (Embedded
Connection Point )
M2
Actual Meter
Point
10
Embedded
Market
Participant
The defined meter point (DMP) is the point of connection to the grid.
(This is the point of settlement, called the delivery point by settlements)
The embedded connection point for the embedded load is the point at which the
load is connected to the distribution system
Revised: July 2012
Revenue Metering
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