STATE OF CALIFORNIA
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION

Tri-Valley 2002 Capacity Increase Project

Welcome to the California Public Utilities Commissionís (CPUC) web site for the Tri-Valley 2002 Capacity Increase Project. Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) submitted Application Number 99-11-025 on November 22, 1999. The application requested authority to construct and operate two new substations, 13.4 miles of 230 kilovolt (kV) transmission lines, and related upgrades to existing facilities in the Cities of Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, and San Ramon, and in portions of unincorporated Alameda and Contra Costa Counties adjacent to these cities.

The CPUC released a Draft Environmental Impact Report in December of 2000. The Final Environmental Impact Report was released on April 18, 2001. Copies of these documents may be viewed here.

The Tri-Valley Project was approved by CPUC Decision D.01-10-029 on October 10, 2001, and construction began in September 2002. Information on construction is presented here, listing the most recent reports first. Additional information on the project is available at the other links below:

   
  
  Project Construction Status and Mitigation Monitoring
  Project Description Environmental Review Documents
  Project Area and Map Public Involvement
   
  

The CPUC, through its Environmental Review Team, has completed an environmental review of the project.

Ken Lewis, CPUC Project Manager
c/o Aspen Environmental Group
235 Montgomery Street, Suite 935
San Francisco, CA 94104

Project e-mail: tri-valley@aspeneg.com

Important Dates and Events
PG&E Tri-Valley 2002 Capacity Increase Project
November 22, 1999 PG&E filed A.99-11-025
April 14, 2000 Application deemed complete for CEQA purposes
May 8 and 9, 2000 Scoping Meetings
December 26, 2000 Release of Draft EIR
January and February 2001 Informational meetings and public hearings on the EIR
April 2001 Release of Final EIR
October 2001 CPUC Project Approval
   
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