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2007 California Utility Ownership in Out-Of-State Coal Power Plants
Plant Name Operating Company Total Nameplate Capacity Generating Unit Unit-level Capacity
(megawatts)
California Ownership California Percent Owned California Megawatts Owned
Arizona
Navajo Generating Station Salt River Project Ag. I & P Co. 2,409 MW NAV1 803.1 Los Angeles Dept Water & Power 21.2% 170
NAV2 803.1 Los Angeles Dept Water & Power 21.2% 170
NAV3 803.1 Los Angeles Dept Water & Power 21.2% 170
Nevada
Reid Gardner Generating Plant Nevada Power Company 612 MW 4 270 California Dept of Water Resources 67.8% 183
Mohave Generating Station
RETIRED
The 1,580 MW Mohave Generating Station was closed in December 2005 due to costs associated with installing new pollution control equipment and inability to secure water rights to continue using the coal slurry supply pipeline. Southern California Edison owned a 853 MW share of Mohave, and LADWP owned 158 MW.
New Mexico
Four Corners Power Plant Arizona Public Service Company 2,070 MW 4 818.1 Southern California Edison Co 48% 393
5 818.1 Southern California Edison Co 48 393
San Juan Generating Station Public Service Company of New Mexico 1,848 MW 3 555 City of Azusa 6.15% 34
3 555 City of Colton 6.15% 34
3 555 City of Glendale 4.1% 23
3 555 City of Banning 4.1% 23
3 555 Imperial Irrigation District 21.3% 118
4 555 City of Anaheim 10.04% 56
4 555 MSR Public Power Agency 28.71% 159
Utah
Intermountain Power Plant Los Angeles Department of Water and Power 1,640 MW 1 900 Intermountain Power Agency* 96% 787
2 855 Intermountain Power Agency* 96% 787
Total Out-of-State Coal-Fired Resources Owned by California Utilities 3,500 MW

Source: Modified from Table 3-2 in the 2005 Environmental Performance Report (publication # CEC-700-2005-016) paper, "Preliminary Environmental Profile of California's Electricity Imports," (publication # CEC-700-2005-017) with updated information from the Electricity Analysis Office. Original data from U.S. Energy Information Agency website.

* California companies own entitlements to 96 percent of the generation from the Intermountain Power Agency.

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