The Total Channel Control Pilot Project is a system of automated drops and gates which communicates with each other to better regulate and control the flow of water in the canal system. This system, when combined with the Lateral 8 Regulating Reservoir can dramatically reduce operational spills while at the same time, greatly improve [...]
Because of our constant efforts to be good stewards of the resources entrusted to us, we are continually looking for innovative ways to improve efficiency and customer service. The lateral 8 reservoir project offers just that combination of efficiency and improved service to those at the lower end of our irrigation system.
The Almond 2 Power Plant, a natural gas fired plant capable of producing 174 megawatts of electricity, begins operation. Because Almond 2 features rapid start turbine technology, it can be up and running, supplying our customers with power in only 10 minutes.
We purchased the Tuolumne Wind Project, a wind generation facility capable of producing 136.6 megawatts of clean, carbon-free and renewable power in Klickitat County, Washington.
Construction of the Westley 230/115 kV substation and the double circuit 115 kV transmission line is completed.
Walnut Energy Center, a natural gas-fired power plant comes online with a generating capacity of 250 megawatts and using recycled water from the City of Turlock.
We became and independent control area in 2005 putting us in control of our energy future.
TID purchases 225 square-mile electric service territory from PG&E and designates it the Westside Service Area.
Almond Power Plant, a natural gas-fired power plant, begins operation with a generating capacity of 48 megawatts.
Walnut Power Plant, a natural gas-fired power plant, begins operation with a generating capacity of 49.9 megawatts.