Sample load curves and historical 8760 load data (at right) have been organized by borough below.
In the initial approach to system data acquisition and sharing, Con Edison has prepared forecasted 2016 network-level 24-hour peak load duration curves and network-level 24-hour minimum load duration curves based on 2015 historical loads. These curves have been plotted on a single graph along with a capacity curve that indicates the remaining capacity at the substation level. In the case where a substation feeds multiple networks, the capacity has been proportionally rated based on network peak values. Additionally, each network load curve lists the five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR).
The Company is also providing the underlying historical 8760 load data for each network, including the date/ time and load in MW. The 8760 load data coincides with the all-time system peak in July of 2013. The 8760 load curve data is a raw data export from a historical archiving system and has not been reviewed and processed (e.g., weather adjusted, evaluated for meter error, fully adjusted to account for DER load modifiers, etc.) by the methodology applied to the peak hour forecast.