Power Resources

The Azusa Light and Water Power Resources Division is responsible for short-term, mid-term, and long-term power resource planning and procurement; short- term and mid-term power resource optimization, trading, and scheduling; after-the-fact energy accounting and financial settlements with the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) and various trading counterparties; power and capacity contract origination and negotiation, and all wholesale transactions bill and invoice processing; NERC/WECC compliance; participation in all pertinent state and federal regulatory processes; representing City’s interest in various industry forums; regulatory compliance and associated monitoring and reporting, including state Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), Greenhouse Gases (GHG) regulation, and new federal Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) rules for existing power plants; all financial planning associated with power resources and transmission management; power resource and transmission asset and contract management; and special projects.