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Pasadena Water and Power Announces Community Meeting About Its Proposed Integrated Resource Plan

Published on Monday, January 30, 2023 | 5:00 am

Pasadena Water and Power will host a virtual community meeting about the utility’s proposed Power Integrated Resource Plan on Wednesday, Feb. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Sidney Jackson, PWP General Manager, said the virtual meeting on the IRP will be held on Zoom. A link to the meeting can be accessed through the PWP webpage,

The Power Integrated Resource Plan is Pasadena’s long-range blueprint for supplying reliable and environmentally responsible electricity at competitive rates.

For over 20 years, PWP has developed IRPs that address the fundamental goals of maintaining a reliable power supply portfolio to meet customer needs and meeting or exceeding sustainability goals and mandates, while minimizing electric rate impacts and volatility.

An IRP is an electricity system planning document that helps publicly owned utilities lay out their resource needs, policy goals, physical and operational constraints, and proposed resource choices. For PWP, the IRP serves as a roadmap for delivering reliable, environmentally responsible electricity service at competitive rates over a 25-year planning period. PWP produces an IRP every five years in accordance with California Senate Bill (SB) 350 and issues periodic, voluntary updates when necessary.

Wednesday’s virtual meeting is just one of the several public meetings that PWP is hosting about the IRP in 2023.

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