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RPR_FY2015_08

A n n e x 2 Data

A n n e x 2 Data Collection Flow of Existing Data 1. Stakeholders of Energy Data Since energy data are maintained by public facilities and private companies, it is necessary to set up an energy data collection system. The scatter situation of existing energy data is as follows: Figure A2.1 Scatter Situation of Energy Data Holders EDC EAC Internet Oil Company Customs Office GDP IPP GDE In GDE Computer Centre EAC = Electricity Authority of Cambodia, EDC = Electricité du Cambodge, GDE = General Department of Energy, GDE = General Department of Petroleum, IPP = independent power producer. 2. Energy Data Collection Flow Each facility shall be equipped with a Windows PC and an Internet connection. It is recommended that the computer centre be installed in the General Department of Energy (GDE) office. Energy data via the Internet from each facility will be sent to the management system after changing to the required format. The data stream can be classified into five significant flows. The main information flow of energy data is shown below:

Figure A2.2 Energy Data Collection Flow OGF EDC Oil Company Customs Office Connection-3 (REE-IPP, OGF, EDC, EAC to GDE) EAC REE- IPP Connection-1 (EDC to GDE) GDP Connection-4 (GDE to GDE) GDE Central Energy Database System in GDE Connection-2 (GDP to GDE) Connection-5 (GDE to Energy Database System) EAC = Electricity Authority of Cambodia, EDC = Electricité du Cambodge, GDE = General Department of Energy, GDP = General Department of Petroleum, IPP = independent power producer, OGF = off-grid factory, REE = rural electricity enterprise. 3. Specification of Each Connection The five categories are connection-1, connection-2, connection-3, connection-4, and connection-5. Flow between the relevant organisations _EDC -> EAC -> GDE Associated data Coal by transformation input to power plant Petroleum products by transformation input to own plant Flow between the relevant organisations _EDC -> GDE Annex 2 | 67