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Principal Electric Utility Engineer
Silicon Valley Power
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About Silicon Valley Power
Silicon Valley Power (SVP) is celebrating 125 years of service. SVP has an approved staffing of 200 full time employees and provides electric service to over 58,700 customer accounts across its 18.4-squaremile service territory. SVP has an operating budget of over $525 million dollars for Fiscal Year (FY) 2021-2022 and has invested nearly $435 million in capital assets including power generation facilities transmission and distribution assets. SVP owns and operates 57.8 miles of transmission and over 562 miles of distribution facilities with a system load factor of 75%. SVP owns and operates and outsources more than 1,000 Megawatts (MW) of electric generating resources. In calendar year 2020, SVP’s system peak reached 586 MW and consisted of 3,741 Gigawatt (GW) hours of energy sales. In 1980, SVP became a generating utility for the first time in 73 years with the start of operations of the 7 MW Cogeneration Plant and, in 1983, a lead partner holding 55% participation in the 110 MW NCPA Geothermal Project. SVP participates in further jointly owned power generation projects, including hydro-electric, natural gas, and wind. SVP also has Power Purchase Agreements for hy...dro-electric, land-fill gas, wind, and solar resources. In 2005, SVP placed the 147 MW Don Von Raesfeld Power Plant (DVR) into service. DVR is comprised of two GE LM6000s, plus a Mitsubishi Steam Turbine. SVP supports a broad range of energy conservation, energy efficiency, electric technology, low income, and renewable generation programs. SVP already exceeds receiving 30% of its power from renewable sources and is on track to meet the state-wide Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) goals for 2030. The utility will continue its support of a broad range of programs to encourage wise use of energy resources, especially renewable energy generation and innovative storage solutions. Silicon Valley Power is the 4th largest publicly owned electric utility in California and a recognized industry leader with a strong history and reputation of providing excellent customer service. The electric industry is rapidly changing and undergoing a fundamental transformation, shifting from a centralized resource grid toward an increasing decentralized electrical grid with distributed renewable energy resources (e.g. wind, solar, and biogas) and shifting variability in supply. SVP is estimated near-term and long-term load growth of 1,000 MW peak demand primarily driven by data centers and hyperscale data centers (100MW). The System Expansion Plan is underway and has identified $230 million in new major capital projects to replace end of life facilities and to accommodate the projected load growth. To learn more about Silicon Valley Power visit our website.
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