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The San Francisco Electricity Reliability Project. Implementing a Clean Energy Plan that Shuts Down the Hunters Point Power Plant and Reduces Emissions from Potrero Power Plant. Workshop Agenda. 7:00 Introductions & Logistics – Maureen Barry, SF PUC 7:05 Welcoming Remarks –

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The San Francisco Electricity Reliability Project

Implementing a Clean Energy Plan that

Shuts Down the Hunters Point Power Plant

and

Reduces Emissions from Potrero Power Plant

workshop agenda
Workshop Agenda

7:00 Introductions & Logistics – Maureen Barry, SF PUC

7:05 Welcoming Remarks –

Marti Paschal, Sup. Maxwell’s Office

7:10 Goals & Objectives

7:15 Presentation -

Theresa Mueller, SF City Attorney’s Office

Ed Smeloff, SF PUC

7:30 Questions & Answers -

Moderator, Sam Murray, SF PUC

8:10 Public Comment – 2 minutes per person

8:35 Wrap up & Summary

8:50 Upcoming Workshops

9:00 Adjourn

meeting logistics
Meeting Logistics
  • Cell Phones & Pagers
  • Sign in
  • Hold All Questions Until After Presentation
  • Workshop Segments Will Be Timed
  • Respect Each Other - Only One Speaker at a Time
  • Hand Outs & Comment Cards
  • Workshop Evaluation
goals objectives
Goals & Objectives
  • Educate the Public About the Electricity Reliability Project
  • Explain Approval Process for Power Plants
  • Solicit Community Input About Site Selection
  • Based on Information Gathered from Public
    • Issue Report on Site Selection
    • Prepare Application to Energy Commission
background
Background
  • 1998 Agreement with PG&E on Hunters Point
  • 2002 Agreements with
    • State Attorney General
    • Department of Water Resources (DWR)
  • April 2003 California Independent System Operator (CAL-ISO) Letter
  • July 2003 SF Board of Supervisors Resolution Opposing Potrero Unit 7
project objectives
Project Objectives
  • Improve San Francisco’s Electricity Reliability
  • Facilitate Shutdown of Hunters Point Unit 4
  • Reduce Environmental Impacts of In-City Electricity Generation
improving air quality
Improving Air Quality

Potrero Power Plant Unit 7

Hunters Point Power Plant Unit 4

improving air quality1
Improving Air Quality

Comparison of NOx Emissions

From In-City Power Plants

Comparison of Small Particulate Emissions From In-City Power Plants

beneficial trade offs
Beneficial Trade-offs

Vs.

Dirty Unreliable Power

Clean Flexible Power

project constraints

Zoning

  • Existing Transmission System
  • Natural Gas Delivery
Project Constraints
consequences of no project
Consequences of No Project
  • Existing Power Plants Continue to Run!
    • Hunters Point Power Plant #4
    • Potrero Power Plant #3
  • Less Reliability for San Francisco
    • Potential for Service Outages and Blackouts
  • San Francisco Loses $40-45 Million State Subsidy
  • Larger Power Plant May be Built by Private Developer
site selection multiple power plants
Site Selection – Multiple Power Plants

“Yes” indicates that the condition was satisfied, and that there was no difference in meeting the criteria by all listed sites. Differentiation in how the site met the conditions is indicated by a “5 to 1” rating system.

5 – Very Favorable

4 – Favorable

3 – Neutral

2 – Unfavorable

1 – Very Unfavorable

site selection single power plant
Site Selection – Single Power Plant

5 – Very Favorable

4 – Favorable

3 – Neutral

2 – Unfavorable

1 – Very Unfavorable

“Yes” indicates that the condition was satisfied, and that there was no difference in meeting the criteria by all listed sites. Differentiation in how the site met the conditions is indicated by a “5 to 1” rating system.

project timeline
Project Timeline

Community Workshops on Potential Sites Aug-Sept 2003

Select Primary and Alternate Site Oct 2003

Application Prepared for Energy Commission Oct-Nov 2003

Community Workshops – Mitigation of Environmental Impacts Oct-Dec 2003

Complete Final Application for Energy Commission Jan 31, 2004

CA Energy Commission Public Hearings Jan- Dec 2004

Construction of Power Plants Jan-Oct 2005

Shutdown of Hunters Point Power Plant Unit 4 Jan 2006

community response
Community Response
  • Question & Answer Period – 40 minutes
  • Participant’s Guide
    • One Speaker at a Time
    • One Question Per Speaker Per Round
    • Please State Your Name & Affiliation
  • Public Comment – 25 minutes
    • 2 minutes per person
  • Summary – 10 minutes