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The number of customer devices that have been installed and made operational through the Smart Grid Demonstration Program . Customer devices are often used with smart meters to provide information that enables customers and utilities to manage energy usage. Information on the customer devices installed in this program is presented n the table below.

SGDP Program Customer System Asset Expenditures

Deployed as of December 31, 2014

Updated March 11, 2015

Customer System Assets

Quantity*

Incurred Cost**

In home displays

9,090

$1,711,711

Direct load control devices

4,192

$9,458,389

Programmable communicating thermostats

6,880

$3,780,554

Smart appliances

352

$974,405

IT hardware, systems, and applications that
enable CS features and functionalities

 

$12,538,105

Other customer system related costs

 

$14,869,135

Total customer system cost

 

$43,332,299

* In some circumstances, costs are incurred before devices are installed resulting in a reported cost where the quantity is zero.

Projects only report data on devices they plan to install. Each project installs equipment that best supports their individual goals. Therefore, the number of projects reporting is expected to vary by equipment category. The individual project reporting pages show what equipment that project is installing.

** All dollar figures are the total cost, which is the sum of the federal investment and cost share of the recipient (the recipient cost share must be at least 50% of the total overall project cost).

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