The Pasadena City Council unanimously approved PWP's current Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) in March 2012. This important document is our blueprint for providing our customers with reliable, environmentally responsible electric service, competitive rates and energy independence over the next two decades. The IRP takes into account future energy demand, advances in renewable energy resources and technology, energy efficiency, conservation, forecast changes in regulatory requirements, among other considerations. The City’s Environmental Advisory Commission and Municipal Services Committee both unanimously recommended that City Council approve the IRP. Throughout the drafting of the 2009 IRP, PWP encouraged the public's participation and feedback through attendance at public meetings and submission of comments and questions to staff. A stakeholders' advisory group, which met on a regular basis, has expressed its support of the plan. Presentations from general public meetings and advisory group meetings are posted below.
The estimated cost increase is six percent more than what has already been projected if PWP's energy resource portfolio remains status quo.
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Staff report recommending adoption of the RPS Enforcement Program and RPS Procurement Plan. TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council (July 22, 2013) THROUGH: Municipal Services Committee (July 9, 2013)
PWP Renewable Portfolio Standard Procurement Plan. Adopted on July 22, 2013.
City of Pasadena RPS Enforcement Program (Revision 1). Adopted on July 22, 2013
PWP RPS Enforcement Program. Adopted December 12, 2011 pursuant to Section 399.30(e) of the Public Utilities Code.