City of Vernon California

Integrated Resource Plan

Power Integrated Resource Plan

The City of Vernon's 2018 Electric Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) has been adopted by City Council on November 20, 2018. Vernon Public Utilities is now in the process of developing a Rate Design based on a Cost of Service. The results of this study will guide the Utility’s decision making in the procurement of resources and delivery of services.

Please click the following link to read the final Vernon Public Utilities' 2018 Integrated Resource Plan. VPU welcomes your feedback and comments.

For questions and comments regarding VPU's 2018 IRP, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

IRP Informational Meeting

Please click on the links below to view the slides from the past stakeholder meetings.
 

 

 
Background:

The Power Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is Vernon’s 10-year blueprint for ensuring reliable and environmentally-responsible energy, at affordable rates. Our Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) of 60% by 2030 is VPU’s commitment to a sustainable energy future. This IRP will comply with Senate Bill 350 (de León), which was signed into law October 2015 and Senate Bill 100  (de León), which was signed into law September 2018. SB 350 requires utilities with load greater than 700 GWh, such as VPU, to develop an IRP by January 1, 2019 and update the IRP every five years. On August 9, 2017, the California Energy Commission issued IRP Guidelines. For more information, visit the CEC Requirements website.

Glossary:

For clarification on terms, please refer to the Glossary

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