LADWP RPS - Senate

LADWP RPS - Senate

Department of Water and Power City of Los Angeles Planning to Meet the Challenge Greening LA February 2007 LADWP Generation Resources CASTAIC VALLEY SCATTERGOOD HAYNES HARBOR 2 2007 POWER CONTENT LABEL First Quarter Renewable Energy 2007 Projections, Eligible Renewable Energy in 2002 ~3% 2007 POWER CONTENT LABEL LADWP ENERGY RESOURCES Eligible Renewable**** -- Biomass & waste -- Geothermal -- Small hydroelectric -- Solar -- Wind Coal Large Hydroelectric Natural Gas Nuclear Other Power* LADWP Green Power** 2005 CA POWER MIX*** (projected) (projected) (for comparison) 8% 1% <1% 100% - 5% <1% 4% 6% <1% 1% 47% 25% 75%

- 1% <1% <1% 38% 7% 29% 9% <1% - 24% 33% 0% 0% TOTAL 100% 100% 100% * 88% of LADWP Power is specifically purchased from individual suppliers. ** 100% of LADWP Green Power is specifically purchased from individual suppliers. *** Percentages are estimated annually by the California Energy Commission based on electricity sold to California consumers during the previous year. **** In accordance with Los Angeles City Council's action on 10-5-04 for File No. 03-2688 (RPS). For specific information about this electricity product, contact LADWP at 1-800-DIAL-DWP. For general information about the Power Content Label, contact the California Energy Commission at 1-800-555-7794 or www.energy.ca.gov/consumer. 3 3 LADWP RPS Master Plan On December 13, 2005 LADWP management presented to the Board on how LADWP plan to meet the RPS goal of 20% by 2010 Eight general areas that make up the Master Plan Existing resources Consisting of Aqueduct, Hyperion digestion, Lopez microturbines, solar rooftops, landfill gas contracts, Wyoming Wind project, and purchases Planned resources Consisting of Pine Tree Wind Project, Powerex Small Hydro, and the ongoing solar rooftops program 2004 LADWP RFP Resource acquisition consisting of originally seven projects 2005 SCPPA RFP Resource acquisition consisting of seven projects 2006 SCPPA RFP Resource acquisition consisting of twenty-eight projects. LADWP 2007 RFP Resource development on LADWP owned properties or near LADWP transmission system issued RFP on January 30, 2007. Transmission Developments Consisting of the Pine Tree Transmission Line, new Tehachapi Transmission System, Green Path Project, and Southern Transmission System upgrade DSM Assumptions Use the Maximum Achievable Level 4

LADWP RPS Master Project List 2010 Transmission Line Technology PPA/Own COD MW GWh %DWP Sales Source Small Hydro Small Hydro Hyperion Digester Gas Biomass Digester Ow n In service 166 462 1.9% Existing Ow n In service 22 143 0.6% Existing Lopez Microturbine California System Purch Biomass Landfill Gas Ow n In service 2 5 0.0% Existing Various Types PPA In service 0 100 0.4%

Existing WM Bradley Biomass Landfill Gas PPA In service 6 36 0.2% Existing SCS Penrose Biomass Landfill Gas PPA In service 6 45 0.2% Existing Short-term Market Purchases Various Types PPA In service 0 266 1.1% Existing Solar Rooftop Program Solar Photovoltaics Ow n In service 12 18 0.1% Existing Solar Rooftop Program Solar Photovoltaics Ow n 7/1/10 9 12 0.0%

DWP Rebate Solar Rooftop SB1 additions - TBD Solar Photovoltaics Ow n 12/31/17 259 390 1.6% DWP Rebate- REC? Water System Hydro Small Hydro Ow n 12/1/10 5 30 0.1% DWP Projects Terminal Island Fuel Cell Biomass Digester Gas Ow n 12/1/07 1 8 0.0% DWP/City of LA TI Renew able Energy Biomass Digester Gas Ow n 7/1/12 4 25 0.1% DWP/City of LA Renew LA-1 Waste to Energy Ow n 7/1/10 25 200 0.8%

City of LA Renew LA-2 Waste to Energy Ow n 7/1/11 25 200 0.8% City of LA Renew LA-3 Waste to Energy Ow n 7/1/12 25 200 0.8% City of LA Renew LA-4 Waste to Energy Ow n 7/1/13 25 200 0.8% City of LA Small Hydro Small Hydro PPA In service 18 94 0.4% 2006 SCPPA RFP 610 2,435 10.1% 81 240 1.0% 2005 SCPPA RFP

SP15 Total SP15 McCullough-Victorville SCPPA6 LADWP5 terminated Solar Trough PPA 6/1/10 Wind PPA/Ow n 12/1/09 0 0 0.0% 2004 DWP RFP Concentrated Solar Solar Ow n 12/1/10 50 130 0.5% 2006 JDG RFI Wind Proposals Wind Ow n Unknow n 200 688 2.8% 2006 SCPPA RFP 331 1,058 4.4% Total McCullough-Victorville 5 Inyo-Rinaldi Pine Tree Wind Wind Ow n 7/1/09

120 340 1.4% 2001 DWP RFP LADWP3 Wind PPA/Ow n 7/1/09 150 500 2.1% 2004 DWP RFP Concentrated Solar Solar Ow n Unknow n 83 200 0.8% 2006 SCPPA RFP Concentrated Solar Solar Ow n Unknow n 250 660 2.7% 2006 DWP RFP 603 1,700 7.0% Total Inyo-Rinaldi STS SCPPA3 Wind PPA/Ow n 12/1/08 185 460 1.9% 2005 SCPPA RFP

PPM SW Wyoming Wind PPA In service 82 230 0.9% 2005 SCPPA RFP Wind Proposals Wind Ow n Unknow n 100 250 1.0% 2006 SCPPA RFP 367 940 3.9% Total STS COB/NOB Pow erex - BC Hydro Small Hydro PPA 1/1/07 50 430 1.8% 2004 DWP RFP Wind Proposals Wind Ow n Unknow n 100 271 1.1% 2006 SCPPA RFP 150 701 2.9% Total COB/NOB Green Path

SCPPA4 Biomass Wind sold to others Biomass PPA/Ow n 12/1/10 65 220 0.9% 2005 SCPPA RFP PPA 7/1/07 0 0 0.0% 2006SCPPA RFP Wind Wind PPA/Ow n 12/31/09 65 152 0.6% 2006SCPPA RFP Concentrated Solar Solar Ow n 12/31/09 30 72 0.3% 2006 SCPPA RFP Geothermal Geothermal Ow n 10/1/12 215 1,700 7.0% 2006SCPPA RFP Salton Sea Geothermal

Geothermal Ow n 12/31/10 100 800 3.3% 2006 DWP RFP 475 2,944 12.2% 2,536 9,778 40.4% Total Green Path Grand Total Already providing renew able resource High likelihood of providing the specified amount of renew able resources Marginal likelihood of providing the specified amount of renew able resources Projects from 2006 SCPPA RFP meeting initial screen, accounts for 14% in the total of 39% RFPs for these projects have not been issued, accounts for 5% in the total of 39% 6 DWP Renewable Energy Projection 2010+ by Type See LADWP RPS Master Project List for details Projection is for about 40% of 2010 DWP Sales; provides large margin of safety to meet 20% by 2010 Renewable target. RPS by Energy (GWh) 6% 10% 12% 21% Small Hydro Biomass/MSW Wind 13% Solar Geothermal 38% purchases 7 7 Location of Proposed Renewable Energy Projects and LADWP Transmission COB / NOB Powerex Potential Wind INYO-R INALDI ST S Potential Wind

PPM SW WY Small Hydro Wind Biomass Potential Solar LADWP3 Pine Tree SCPPA3 / Wind SCPPA6 / Solar GHU O ULL ILLE LADWP5 / Wind C c M ORV Potential Solar and Wind T VIC Solar Geothermal SP-15 Solar Rooftops BoS Waste Conversion Small Hydro GREEN PATH SCPPA4 / Wind Potential Solar Potential Geothermal 8 8 8 Planned and Developed Renewable Resources Pine Tree Wind Project (120 MW) RFP issued for Balance of Plant work. RFP issued for design build of the 230 kV transmission line . Barren Ridge switching station under construction. Waste to Energy Conversion Proposed four 25 MW (total of 100 MW) Municipal Solid Waste to energy conversion technology developments with Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation. The projects will be located in Los Angeles and the in-service dates are projects to be 2010 through 2013. Concentrated Solar Power Proposing one 125 MW CSPs for development by LADWP on owned lands with transmission access and tentative in-service dates of 2010 and another 85 MWs in a joint project. Geothermal 100+ MW of geothermal development in the Salton Sea area on owned land with tentative in-service date of late 2010. 9 2006 SCPPA RFP Projects, after initial screening SCPPA Renewable Energy Committee members are further analyzing proposals for individual City requirements. Term sheets being negotiated for several

projects noted above Inside CA Outside CA 825 59.7% 556 40.3% Resource Type Biomass Geothermal Solar Trough Hydro Wind Total Total Total Capacity 3 1 2 1 8 15 856 215 113 18 950 1,381 % of Total 6.1% 15.6% 8.2% 1.3% 68.8% 1 10 0 Inyo - Rinaldi Line Upgrade Project OWENS GORGE 1. Reconductor Barren Ridge to Rinaldi w/ 1113 ACSS. 9 miles SCE To Cottonwood/Inyo Wind 2 150+ MW 2008 COD INYO 2. New line from Barren Ridge to Castaic w/ 1113ACSS. 81 miles Barren Ridge

Pine Tree 120 MW 2007 COD Pine Tree COTTONWOOD 500MW WTG 68 miles BARREN RIDGE Wind 3 100+ MW 2009 COD Wind # 3 Substation CASTAIC 76 miles 71.6 miles To Castaic OLIVE To Rinaldi SYLMAR NORTHRIDGE 234 miles RINALDI 1 1 Southern Transmission System (STS) 1 2 GREEN PATH (4) (7) (2) 1 13 3 Potential Impediments Uncertainty in PTCs and ITCs CEQA completion prior to Governing Authority approval of PPA Manufacturing constraints Wind Turbines & Solar tubes and glass Intermittent nature of wind & solar requires cautious integration into grid, more costly regulation California environmental process for new projects is lengthy, 12 to 24 months and appears to promote development out of state Renewables arent perfect impacts to Birds, bats, visual blight, aviation - FAA & military aircraft, noise, tourism & recreation, etc. Lack of trained labor pool to operate and maintain renewable facilities Environmental Justice issues and NIMBY lawsuits in urban settings MSW, landfill, biomass, etc. 1 4

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