• 2016 Annual Report

    The report contains highlights of the 2016 calendar year, including programs, projects, initiatives and information about the organization’s fiscal condition.

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  • IID leading the way

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

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  • IID on the go

    Watch and learn more about the district's Grass Carp Hatchery.

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  • Dippy Duck

    Visit Dippy's website where fun-filled interactive games and activities are featured and information about local summer programs.

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  • Ditchbank

    Click on the link below to read the current edition of Ditchbank.

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  • Circuit

    In this month’s Circuit newsletter, read about paperless billing, keeping your home cool and what to do in a summer power outage.

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  • Cool Centers

    As temperatures rise, these locations offer a place to escape the summer heat and reduce your air conditioning use.

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  • You have the POWER

    Imperial Irrigation District has kicked off its annual summer energy conservation campaign. The campaign aims to curb energy demand during the peak hours between 4 and 8 p.m. when energy demand is at its highest.

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  • Solar 101

    Everyone uses energy differently. That’s why it’s important to arm yourself with information when thinking about purchasing a solar system for your home or business.

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News

  • 73x73_energy1 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.

  • dippy_duck_2017 IID water safety program presents summer activity grants

    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.

  • 73x73_energy9 District reaches new energy peak, encourages conservation

    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.

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