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Gridley Herald - Gridley, CA
  • Cities of Gridley and Biggs to Benefit from World's Cleanest, Efficient Power Plant

  • Lodi Energy Center refers to both the name of the new electrical generating unit itself and the complex where it is located. The new unit is sited adjacent to a NCPA Steam-Injected Gas Turbine (STIG) unit installed in 1995.
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  • Lodi Energy Center
    Facts & Figures
    Owner/Operator and Lodi Energy Center (LEC) Name
    The LEC is owned and operated by the Northern California Power Agency (NCPA).
    Lodi Energy Center refers to both the name of the new electrical generating unit itself and the complex where it is located. The new unit is sited adjacent to a NCPA Steam-Injected Gas Turbine (STIG) unit installed in 1995.
    Location
    The LEC is located within a non-contiguous portion of the City of Lodi, California, adjacent to Lodi’s White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility just southwest of the intersection of Interstate 5 and CA 12.
    Participants and Power Sales Agreement Entitlement Shares
    Participant Percentage MW
    California Department of Water Resources (DWR) 33.5000 99.16
    City of Santa Clara (Silicon Valley Power) 25.7500 76.22
    Modesto Irrigation District (MID) 10.7143 31.71
    City of Lodi 9.5000 28.12
    San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) 6.6000 19.54
    City of Azusa 2.7857 8.26
    Power and Water Resources Pooling Authority 2.6679 7.90
    City of Lompoc 2.0357 6.03
    City of Gridley 1.9643 5.81
    City of Ukiah 1.7857 5.29
    City of Healdsburg 1.6428 4.86
    Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative 0.7857 2.33
    City of Biggs 0.2679 0.80
    To see much more on this story, please pick up a 8/15/12 edition of The Gridley Herald.

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