Project Owner
City of Roseville, Roseville Electric Utility
Docket Number
60 MW
City of Roseville, Placer County
Simple Cycle
Project Status
Operational (Natural Gas-Fired)
Project Type
Temporary Power Generators
Project Description

On September 8, 2021, the California Energy Commission Executive Director granted a license for the Roseville State Power Augmentation Power Site (RSPAPS) in accordance with Governor Newsom’s Proclamation of State of Emergency issued on July 30, 2021, and the CEC’s August 17, 2021, Order number 21-0817-2 regarding the process for licensing new emergency and temporary power generators. The RSPAPS is an approximately 60-megawatt (MW) natural gas-fired simple cycle electric generating facility located adjacent to and on the east side of the existing Roseville Energy Park in the city of Roseville, Placer County. The city of Roseville, Roseville Electric Utility is licensed to temporarily host and operate two 30 MW General Electric Company (GE) TM2500-G4 gas turbine package units at the site. The temporary power generators are available to be deployed during a grid emergency due to a sudden energy supply shortage in California resulting from an extreme heat wave or wildfire event, as designated and directed by the California Independent System Operator.

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