Roseville Electric Utility’s 2018 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is a comprehensive plan for developing a portfolio of power supply resources to meet the utility’s objective of providing reliable and low priced electricity services while addressing the substantial risks and uncertainties inherent in the electric utility business. The IRP also supports Roseville Electric’s mission to improve the quality of life of our community and customers with reliable electricity, competitive prices, exceptional service and a culture of safety.

The IRP meets the requirements of California Senate Bill (SB) 350 (de León, Chapter 547, Statutes of 2015), which requires publicly owned utilities (POUs) with an average annual energy load greater than 700 gigawatt (GW) hours to submit an IRP. Roseville’s IRP must be adopted by Council by January 1, 2019, submitted to the CEC by April 30, 2019, and updated at least once every five years thereafter.

The IRP discusses current and anticipated California regulatory and policy changes facing Roseville and the electric utility industry. Additionally, the IRP presents the analyses conducted and underlying assumptions, and outlines a resource plan to reliably and affordably meet customers’ energy needs through December 31, 2030.