News Releases


Current IID News

Following are recent news items from IID. For additional news items through 2010, click on the archive link below. For all others, please contact IID's records management section.  

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Archived News
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    IID board supports continuing international cooperation on Colorado River

    During the September 12 regularly scheduled meeting, the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors approved a series of agreements to Minute No. 323, a potential amendment to the 1944 treaty with Mexico, which would be key to continuing cooperative efforts on both sides of the border in support of the Colorado River system through 2026.


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    Solar PPA to serve eGreen program rescinded

    The IID Board directed staff to proceed with negotiations to rescind a power purchase agreement it recently approved with Regenerate Power and its development subsidiary, Titan Solar 1.

    09/12/2017 2:00 PM

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    IID urges Water Board action for Sea

    IID appeared before the State Water Resources Control Board during a public workshop seeking input on the Salton Sea Management Program and a Draft Stipulated Order. 


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    IID readies for solar eclipse

    IID looking to battery storage natural gas peaker plants to fill gaps in solar power generation during upcoming eclipse.

    08/18/2017 3:12 PM

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    IID storm repairs progressing

    IID crews have been working around the clock to restore power to the Seeley area after a Thursday afternoon summer storm knocked down more than 30 power poles that serve a major Imperial Valley transmission line.

    08/04/2017 12:09 PM

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    IID leading the way on community solar

    In what is expected to be a utility first, the IID Board of Directors approved a power purchase agreement today that will enable the district to offer solar energy to all of its low-income customers under a new community solar program.