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Title: Meeting the Challenges of the New Millennium:


1
GE Substation Automation Solution
Contents
1. Have we understood your situation, issues
and challenges?
4. Customer Benefits
5. Why GE?
2. Short and Long Term Objectives
3. Solution Description
2
Table of Contents
1. Have we Understood your Situation, Issues and
Challenges? 2. Short and Long Term Objectives 3.
Solution Description 4.- Customer Benefits 5.-
Why GE?
3
Issues and challenges
  • Undesirable operating situations
  • Concerns about reliability
  • Limited system flexibility
  • Lack of availability of useful and timely
    information
  • Need to improve customer satisfaction

Have we understood your Situation, Issues
Challenges?
4
Short and Long Term Objectives
  • Short Term Objectives
  • Improve network reliability
  • Improve network wide data access
  • Identify faults instantaneously
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Long Term Objectives
  • Position for deregulation
  • Power Marketing ready
  • Manage network assets

5
GE Capabilities
  • Maintenance Services
  • Diagnostic Services
  • Technical Support
  • Project Financing
  • Partnerships
  • Consulting Services
  • Application Design and Engineering
  • Automation Software
  • Manufacturing
  • Integration Services
  • Overall Project Management
  • Training
  • Startup Commissioning

Total Substation Automation Business Solution
6
Substation Automation Components
System Architecture
7
EMS
  • Energy Management System (EMS)
  • Completely Open System
  • User friendly advanced graphics HMI
  • Flexible Scalable system architecture
  • Data configurable and customisable
  • Ease of integration with other systems

System Architecture
8
HMI Software
  • GESA 2000 HMI Software
  • Specifically designed for station automation
  • Multi-site supervision control capability
  • Password protection
  • One line diagrams
  • Data Displays
  • Diagnostics
  • Status
  • Alarms
  • Events
  • Fault records
  • Oscillography
  • Trends
  • Relay programming
  • Upload and download of data
  • Training and testing
  • HTML wizards

System Architecture
9
HMI Software
  • GESA 2000 HMI SoftwareCont.
  • Load information demand patterns
  • Power Quality information
  • Operating information tap changers, capacitor
    banks, etc.
  • Relay operations reclose statistics
  • Capacitor fuse status
  • Relay breaker self - test / diagnostics
  • Real time system status and control execution
  • Remote view nodes and web browser compatible
    HMI interface

System Architecture
10
HMIs
Choice of Bay Level HMIs
System Architecture
11
URPC
  • URPC
  • Windows based
  • Access to any specific IEDs
  • Local / Remote access capability
  • View/edit settings on-line/off-line
  • View actual values
  • View relay status
  • View event recorder for trouble shooting
  • Field up gradable relay firmware
  • Oscillography
  • Single line diagram capabilities
  • HMI interface for monitoring purposes
  • URPC tutorial for step by step help

System Architecture
12
Optical Communication
  • Optical Communication
  • SONET based
  • Self healing redundant optical WAN
  • Redundant optical LAN
  • Field proven in utility applications

System Architecture
13
Ethernet LAN
  • Ethernet LAN
  • Redundant
  • 10Mbps redundant fiber optic LAN

System Architecture
14
Internet
  • Internet
  • Optional remote access over intrnet

System Architecture
15
Peer to Peer Communications
  • Peer to Peer Communications
  • UCA/MMS compliant
  • High Speed Communications
  • GOOSE message format

System Architecture
16
Multifunction IEDs (UR Relay)
  • Multifunction IEDs (UR Relays)
  • Protection
  • Control
  • Metering
  • Monitoring
  • Interlocking
  • Sequencing
  • Peer to Peer comunication
  • FlexLogic
  • TCP/IP ISO Network Layer Protocol
  • MMS/UCA2 complient
  • High speed communications

System Architecture
17
System Wide Synchronization
  • System Wide Synchronization
  • GPS clock
  • 1 millisecond time resolution

System Architecture
18
Other IED Support
  • Other IED Support
  • Gateways for legacy relays
  • Interface to station monitoring IEDs

System Architecture
19
Customer Benefits
  • Flexible, scalable, upgradable and integrated
    solutions
  • Flexible Modular Architecture
  • An end to stranded relay investments
  • Upgradable software and plug in cards reduces
    obsolescence and accommodates changes
  • Design stndardization
  • Speed of knowledge for increased productivity
  • Network wide information at the corporate level
  • Conversion of data into knowledge
  • Improved management capability
  • Better planning capability
  • Network optimization
  • Tighter network control
  • Minimize outages by faster troubleshooting
  • Reduced spacing
  • Additional years of service from existing
    equipment
  • Improved customer satisfaction
  • Customer retention
  • Limit outage impact
  • Financial savings

20
The Power of the GE Package
  • Business knowledge industry commitment to
    substation automation
  • Tremendous strength thanks to our vast global
    resources
  • Great experience over a broad range of industries
  • Corporate commitment to six sigma quality
  • Financial strength
  • Partnerships Trust
  • Complete system solution and implementation

Why GE?
21
GEs Principles Values
Our company culture empowers us through our
values.
Vision Accountability Excellence
Empowerment/Involvement
Teamwork/Diversity Receptivity to change
Quality
Why GE?
22
GESA Around The World
  • North America USA
  • ConEd
  • PSEG
  • PECO
  • Salt River Project
  • Kema Consulting
  • Springfield CWLP
  • City of Richland
  • Tacoma Power
  • Cinergy
  • PGE
  • Los Angeles DWL
  • Commonwealth Edison
  • Westvaco Corp.
  • AEP Services
  • City of Burbank
  • Mexico
  • COPEL
  • South America
  • Peru
  • Electroperu
  • Brazil
  • Furnas
  • Inepar
  • Rio Light
  • RGE/CEEE
  • Chesf
  • Electronorte
  • Argentina
  • EDENOR
  • Europe Africa
  • Spain
  • ERZ,
  • Iberdola
  • Red Electrica de Espana
  • Scotland
  • Scottish Hydro Electric
  • South Africa
  • Nelspruit
  • Asia Pacific
  • China
  • Aliu Zhou
  • Zhe Zhang
  • Guang Xi
  • Power System Resources
  • Korea
  • YPP ElectricInstr. Co.

GE substation Automation and Universal Relay
Installations
Why GE?
23
Where to go to know more.
System Overview GE Substation Automation,
GESA World Tour Launch, DDS Integrated
Protection and Control System, Communication
Protocols , Substation Automation and the UR
Technology EMS Sonet/WAN, Ethernet
LAN Communication Protocols and
Standards Utility Communications
Architecture MMS/UCA2 and Substation
Automation GESA 2000 (HMI) GE Substation
Automation Solutions PMCS 6.0 Enhancements URPC
(Engineering Tool) Bay Control
IEDs Universal Relay Architecture Universal
Relay features Universal Relay The engine for
Substation Automation Universal Relay Meeting
the challenges of the new millenium URF60 URL90
UR Selling Features Technical Publications
Find more than 70 technical publications on our
Web Site
www.ge.com/indsys/pm
Why GE?
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