July is the beginning of the fiscal year and data is still being collected so the representative graphs will look incomplete and can cause confusion. As a result, in the month of July, the graphs are not shown for the current fiscal year.
Power System Reliability Program
The Power System Reliability Program provides a blueprint for ensuring continued reliable energy service for future generations of Los Angeles residents. LADWP implemented the Power System Reliability Program through a two-pronged approach—rebuilding infrastructure and proactive maintenance—and will invest more than $1 billion in the program over the next 5 to 15 years. The program is funded through a power reliability surcharge.
The goals of the program include:
- Reducing Temporary Circuits
- Replacing Distribution Transformers, Poles, Underground Cables, and Substructures
- Reducing Frequency and Duration of System Interruptions
The table and graphs below detail the progress of the Power System Reliability Program.
Power System Reliability Program (PSRP) Activity Update as of July 31, 2021
|Key Performance Indicators
||Current Count FY 21-22
||June 30, 2022 21-22 Target
|System Average Interruption Frequency Index (SAIFI)
||Outages / year
|System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI)
||Minutes out / year
|Priority A Circuits carrying extra load due to failed components
|Priority B Circuits that have failed components
|Priority C Circuits carrying extra load due to field work
|Not yet prioritized
|Abnormal & Temporary 4.8KV Circuit Backlog - Total of Priority A & B Only
|PSRP Poles Replaced
|PSRP Substructures Replaced and Repaired
|PSRP Distribution Transformers Replaced
|Underground Transmission Cables replaced
|Length of PSRP underground cables Replaced
NOTE: Starting with FY 13-14 the page has been redesigned to provide more clarity of the PSRP items being completed.