1994 WPRS Data Summary by Resource Area

Data Category Cumulative
Capacity
(kW)
New
Capacity
(kW)
Output
(kWh of electricity)
Actual /
Projected
Output
(%)
Actual
Capacity
Factor
(%)
kWh per
Square
Meter
Cumulative
Turbines
New
Turbines
Statewide
1st Quarter 1,597,410 1,000 412,313,802 66 12 104* 14,793 2
2nd Quarter 1,626,697 44,900 1,213,375,922 79 34 300* 14,734 136
3rd Quarter 1,606,960 8,400 1,138,278,582 86 32 281* 14,534 28
4th Quarter 1,609,425 0 454,073,195 85 13 113 14,577 0
1994 Totals 1,609,425 54,300 3,218,041,501 79 23 798 14,577 166
Resource - Areas
Altamont
1st Quarter 672,404 0 83,279,948 49 6 54 6,351 0
2nd Quarter 659,644 0 449,968,757 49 6 292 6,213 0
3rd Quarter 637,104 0 520,801,016 89 36 345 6,086 0
4th Quarter 624,749 0 96,759,648 64 7 65 5,901 0
1994 Totals 624,749 0 1,150,809,369 69 20 756 5,901 0
San Gorgonio
1st Quarter 241,987 1,000 87,197,893 74 17 131* 3,035 2
2nd Quarter 265,524 26,600 230,224,500 72 42 314* 3,068 88
3rd Quarter 273,492 8,400 203,469,701 81 36 269* 3,092 28
4th Quarter 273,522 0 105,725,935 104 18 140 3,092 0
1994 Totals 273,522 36,000 626,618,029 83 28 854 3,092 118
Tehachapi
1st Quarter 607,014 0 233,655,579 67 17 151 4,640 0
2nd Quarter 620,524 13,200 488,691,274 81 36 313* 4,670 31
3rd Quarter 615,359 0 347,103,899 87 25 222 4,573 0
4th Quarter 630,149 0 239,456,564 85 17 152 4,801 0
1994 Totals 630,149 13,200 1,308,907,316 80 24 838 4,801 31
Pacheco Pass
1st Quarter 16,005 0 1,616,622 76 5 31 167 0
2nd Quarter 15,905 0 9,411,383 122 27 182 166 0
3rd Quarter 15,905 0 11,552,142 100 33 223 166 0
4th Quarter 15,905 0 2,752,040 118 8 53 166 0
1994 Totals 15,905 0 25,332,187 104 18 489 166 0
Solano County
1st Quarter 60,000 0 6,563,760 ---- 5 44 600 0
2nd Quarter 65,100 5,100 35,080,008 ---- 26 216* 617 17
3rd Quarter 65,100 0 55,351,824 ---- 39 340 617 0
4th Quarter 65,100 0 9,379,008 ---- 7 58 617 0
1994 Totals 65,100 5,100 106,374,600 ---- 19 658 617 17

* An asterik on the kWh per square meter results indicates that some portion of the cumulative turbine capacity being considered includes new turbines that did not operate for a full year.

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