RTRP riverside transmission reliability project

Southern California Edison (SCE) and the City of Riverside's Municipal Utility Department (known as Riverside Public Utilities [RPU]) jointly planned the RTRP. The project would be owned and operated by both RPU and SCE.

Here is a LINK to the project timeline

California Public Utilities Commission approved an application from Southern California Edison (SCE) to construct a transmission line 3.12.20

CPUC February 27th Meeting - Consent Item #9

CPUC - ALJ (Administrative Law Judge) Ruling 1.17.20

" We adopt a cost cap for the Riverside Transmission Reliability Project of $408 million if built as proposed by Southern California Edison Company and $521 million if built as Alternative 1. "

RTRP FAQS RTRP TERMINOLOGY

RRR 2019 RTRP Informational Meeting

University Neighborhood Association RTRP presentation

Riverside County Regional Park & Open Space District

Hidden Valley Wildlife Area Boundary Impact

HIDDEN VALLEY WILDLIFE AREA MAP

HIDDEN VALLEY WILDLIFE AREA website

CPUC INFORMATIONAL WORKSHOPS

Congressman Mark Takano Bill 2015

HR 3263 Battery Storage Innovation Act

Congressman Mark Takano Bill 2018

HR 7312 Battery Storage Innovation Act

Congressman Mark Takano letter 3.6.19 in support of undergrounding the transmission lines through the Hidden Valley Nature Preserve

PE ARTICLE Jurupa Valley residents protest power line project 8.03.17

*Powering our Future 2019*

INFORMATION ON UNDERGROUND POWER LINES

PE Article Riverside needs a new substation transmission line 5.13.17

The City of Jurupa Valley is leading the opposition to the current route and scope of this project.

Here is a LINK to their City website with their timeline

PE Article Why is Riverside bashing it's neighbors 6.17.17

STATE OF CALIFORNIA -

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION DOCUMENTS

SCE WEBSITE

California MicroGrids - LA Times Article 3.15.19

Are grid-scale lithium-ion facilities part of our future for energy sustainability ?

French Utility $10B investment in their Electricity Storage Plan

City of Chino Hills -

Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project 2007 - 13

3.5 miles of underground transmission line COST: $224M

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