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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.
IID water safety mascot Dippy Duck and the IID Board of Directors presented $16,000 in summer activity grants to Imperial Valley communities and school districts as part of the district’s water safety campaign during the board’s June 27 meeting.
Imperial Irrigation District set a new record for peak electricity demand on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The one-hour peak reached 1,076 megawatts between 4-5 p.m., eclipsing the previous record of 1060 megawatts, which last occurred in June 2016.
06/21/2017 2:28 PM
Imperial Irrigation District has kicked off its annual summer energy conservation campaign with the theme: “You have the POWER to save!”
In what is expected to be a utility first, the IID Board of Directors approved a proposal today that will enable the district to offer solar energy to all of its low-income customers under a new community solar program.
Believed to be a first for the energy industry, Imperial Irrigation District has successfully demonstrated the emergency black start capability of its state-of-the-art battery energy storage system.