Located inside San Francisquito Canyon near the trickling waters of the Los Angeles Aqueduct sits the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s (LADWP) Power Plant One, a 70 megawatt (MW) capacity hydroelectric plant whose grand opening 100 years ago today marked the start of Los Angeles’ electric future.
LADWP Assists PG&E with Restoring Power to Customers after Northern California Storms Impact Power for nearly 100,000
When emergency strikes, receiving the support of friends can make all the difference.
Young Women Trained on Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through Newly-Launched STEM N’ Sustainability Program
Over 50 female students from Esteban Torres High School, Los Angeles Technical Trade College (LATTC) and California State University Northridge (CSUN) were introduced to the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers at the La Kretz Innovation Campus in Downtown Los Angeles as part of the STEM N’ Sustainability program’s inaugural event.
The proposed bill details and ensures service level commitments to LADWP customers
15 Utility Business Customer Champions Named, LADWP ranked 3rd in Western US
Rain in the Forecast: LADWP Customers Urged to Shut Off Sprinklers
LADWP Will Install More Power Pole EV Chargers as Part of Pilot Program
By William Funderburk, Vice President, Los Angeles Board of Water & Power Commissioners