Orrville Utilities Jeff Brediger Director of Utilities Public

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Orrville Utilities Jeff Brediger, Director of Utilities

Orrville Utilities Jeff Brediger, Director of Utilities

Public Utility Board • Board Members -Michele Abel (Pickett Tax & Investment), President -Russell

Public Utility Board • Board Members -Michele Abel (Pickett Tax & Investment), President -Russell Miller (JM Smucker), Vice President -Don Mc. Farlin (Moog-Flo Tork) -Steve Combs (Rable Machine, Mansfield) -Paul Vance (Mennonite Mutual Insurance) • Meetings every second & fourth Monday at 6: 30 PM in City Hall

Orrville Water Plant Todd Fetty, Superintendent • Oldest Utility, established in 1894 • New

Orrville Water Plant Todd Fetty, Superintendent • Oldest Utility, established in 1894 • New Water Treatment Plant constructed in 1997 with an EPA approved capacity of 3. 7 MGD, cost $13 M • In 2009, received EPA approval for an increased capacity of 6. 0 MGD • Treated an average of 1. 9 million gallons per day • Operating budget, $2. 4 M

Supply & Distribution System • • • 11 wells 61 miles of water lines

Supply & Distribution System • • • 11 wells 61 miles of water lines (sizes 4” – 16”) 2 booster pump stations 3 elevated towers (West & South 150, 000 gallons, Central 275, 000 gallons) 2 underground tanks (1 M gallon capacity each) 1 clear well tank (800, 000 gallon capacity) 3, 700 customers 950 valves 450 fire hydrants

Aerial View of Plant 2 MW Solar site located south of creek

Aerial View of Plant 2 MW Solar site located south of creek

Orrville Wastewater Plant Bob Auten, Superintendent • • Established in 1908 Current facility constructed

Orrville Wastewater Plant Bob Auten, Superintendent • • Established in 1908 Current facility constructed in 1951 Major expansions in 1969 and 1989 2. 1 Million Gallons Average Flow per day 7. 1 Million Gallons Maximum Flow per day 42 Miles of sewer lines, 8 -42” Treated over 800 M gallons of wastewater Operating budget, $2. 3 M (Capital projects $280 k)

Influent Effluent

Influent Effluent

In-Line Fish Tanks, periodic bio-assays (using aquatic life), chemical and physical testing is used

In-Line Fish Tanks, periodic bio-assays (using aquatic life), chemical and physical testing is used to confirm effluent quality to meet or exceed EPA standards before discharging to the creek.

Orrville Generating Plant • Established 1917 • Four coal-fired steam generators providing steam to

Orrville Generating Plant • Established 1917 • Four coal-fired steam generators providing steam to 3 turbine-generators. Total capacity, 63, 000 k. W. • Last unit installed in 1969 • Coal units are now restricted to 10% capacity. Unlimited operation on gas converted unit. • 7, 385 customers • Operating Budget, $33. 5 M (Capital projects, $1. 9 M) • Burned 9, 240 tons coal & 247, 300 MCF gas to generate ~9% of energy needs

Electric Department Dean Kallenborn, Electric Utility Manager Dick Smith, Distribution Superintendent • Sold 308,

Electric Department Dean Kallenborn, Electric Utility Manager Dick Smith, Distribution Superintendent • Sold 308, 916, 000 k. Whs in retail sales (up 2. 5%, plant generated about 9%, ~57% lower than 2017) • Peak demand, 62, 920 KW, June 18 th , 2 PM • Retail sales, $31. 2 M • Wholesales, $2 M • 298 pole miles of distribution lines covering 125 sq. miles • Employees- 20 Power Plant, 11 Distribution, 4 staff

or cooling towers <Pollution Control Equipment

or cooling towers <Pollution Control Equipment

1% 1% 2012 2015 9% 14% 9% 43% 17% 85% 21% 1%0% 2016 14%

1% 1% 2012 2015 9% 14% 9% 43% 17% 85% 21% 1%0% 2016 14% 21% 10% 9% 2018 Market Purchases Prairie State (Coal) 12% 39% 25% 27% Orrville Generation (Gas in 2017 & coal) Fremont (Gas) Hydro Wind 24% Solar Total Renewables 16%

Power Plant Emissions since 2016 SO 2 decreased 93% NOx decreased 92% Particulates decreased

Power Plant Emissions since 2016 SO 2 decreased 93% NOx decreased 92% Particulates decreased 83%

CO 2 Emissions tons 600000 93% Reduction 500000 400000 300000 200000 100000 0 2011

CO 2 Emissions tons 600000 93% Reduction 500000 400000 300000 200000 100000 0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

2018 Rate Comparisons Cents/k. Wh 13. 50 13. 00 12. 50 12. 00 11.

2018 Rate Comparisons Cents/k. Wh 13. 50 13. 00 12. 50 12. 00 11. 50 11. 00 10. 50 10. 00 9. 50 Investor-Owned utilities Rural Electric Cooperatives Public Power Utilities Orrville Utilities

Power Supply Sources • • NYPA (hydro) Hydro Phase I & II Prairie St.

Power Supply Sources • • NYPA (hydro) Hydro Phase I & II Prairie St. (advanced clean coal) Fremont (natural gas) Blue Creek Wind Solar Wholesale Energy Markets Power Plant

Hydro projects

Hydro projects

Normal river level

Normal river level

Typical river conditions High water condition

Typical river conditions High water condition

Prairie State project Boiler House Generator Bld. Pollution control equipment Cooling towers

Prairie State project Boiler House Generator Bld. Pollution control equipment Cooling towers

Fremont project

Fremont project

Fremont Energy Center 11/1/2020 31

Fremont Energy Center 11/1/2020 31

Blue Creek Wind project

Blue Creek Wind project

Venture Products Animal Supply Co. Venture Products parking Venture Products Smith Dairy Lane Orrvilon

Venture Products Animal Supply Co. Venture Products parking Venture Products Smith Dairy Lane Orrvilon

ad D&S Distributor’s Warehouse Ra ilro RTT Route Allen Dr

ad D&S Distributor’s Warehouse Ra ilro RTT Route Allen Dr

Monday – Friday output from 2 MW solar site in August

Monday – Friday output from 2 MW solar site in August

US Electric Generation by Fuel Type 2018 3. 50% 1. 42% 0. 32% 2.

US Electric Generation by Fuel Type 2018 3. 50% 1. 42% 0. 32% 2. 56% 0. 84% 7. 50% 8. 43% 43. 23% 9. 04% 23. 13% Natural Gas Coal Nuclear Hydro Wind Fuel Oil Solar Wood Geothermal Other

Thank You • Visit us at www. orrutilities. com • Questions? • It was

Thank You • Visit us at www. orrutilities. com • Questions? • It was our pleasure hosting your meeting. Enjoy the rest of your day.

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