Facts about SRP

SRP is the oldest multipurpose federal reclamation project in the United States. We have been serving central Arizona since 1903, nearly 10 years before Arizona became the 48th state.

Today the SRP power district is one of the nation's largest public power utilities. We provide electricity to more than 984,000 retail customers in a 2,900-square-mile service area that spans three Arizona counties, including most of the metropolitan Phoenix area (known as the Valley). We are an integrated utility, providing generation, transmission and distribution services, as well as metering and billing services.

SRP's water business is one of the largest raw-water suppliers in Arizona. We deliver about 800,000 acre-feet of water annually to a 375-square-mile service area and manage a 13,000-square-mile watershed that includes an extensive system of reservoirs, wells, canals and irrigation laterals.

Basic data FY14

Employees, year-end (regular) 4,941
Electric customers, year-end 983,745
Electric service area 2,900 sq. mi.
Water service area 375 sq. mi
Watershed 13,000 sq. mi.

Power data FY14

Peak - SRP retail customers (MW) 6,567
Peak - power system (MW) 7,614
Resources available to serve peak (MW) 9,159
Sales, total (GWh) 33,567
Sales, retail (GWh) 26,958

Financial data FY14

Data ($ in 000s)
Total operating revenues $2,980,828
Operating expenses, total $2,675,180
Net revenues (loss) $212,083
Utility plant, gross $14,638,933
Electric revenue contributions to support water operations $62,184
Taxes & tax equivalents $160,492
Debt ratio 48.2
Debt service coverage ratio 3.19

Note: SRP operates on a fiscal year of May 1 through April 30.

 

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SRP's ownership interest in major power sources:

Facility SRP ownership interest Fuel
Agua Fria Generating Station (Ariz.) 100% of 626 MW oil/natural gas
Coronado Generating Station (Ariz.) 100% of 785 MW, units 1 & 2
100% of 500-kV transmission system
coal
Craig Generating Station (Colo.) 29% (250 MW) of 863 MW, units 1 & 2 coal
Desert Basin Generating Station (Ariz.) 100% of 581 MW natural gas
Four Corners Generating Station (N.M.) 10% (154 MW) of 1,540 MW, units 4 & 5 coal
Hayden Generating Station (Colo.) 50% (131 MW) of 262 MW, unit 2 coal
Kyrene Generating Station (Ariz.) 100% of 410 MW natural gas
Mesquite Generating Station (Ariz.) 100% of 625 MW, block 1 natural gas
Navajo Generating Station (Ariz.) 21.7% (488 MW) of 2,250 MW coal
Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station (Ariz.) 17.49% (688 MW) of 3,934 MW, units 1, 2 & 3 nuclear
Santan Generating Station (Ariz.) 100% of 1,219 MW natural gas
Springerville Generating Station (Ariz.) 100% of 417 MW, unit 4 coal

For more information, see the SRP generation sources page.

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Water data

Data (acre feet)
Water deliveries 736,041
Reservoir storage capacity 2,328,201
Water in storage, FY14 end 1,300,648
Runoff 716,148

Note: Water data is for the calendar year 2013, unless noted.

SRP dams and lakes

Dam Lake
Bartlett Dam Bartlett Lake
C.C. Cragin Dam C.C. Cragin Reservoir
Horse Mesa Dam Apache Lake
Horseshoe Dam Horseshoe Lake
Mormon Flat Dam Canyon Lake
Stewart Mountain Dam Saguaro Lake
Theodore Roosevelt Dam Roosevelt Lake

For more information, see the SRP Dams page.

SRP sustainable portfolio FY14

Energy Efficiency Megawatt Hours
Commercial DSM 751,117
Residential DSM 822,513
New Programs 23,015
M-Power 242,840
SRP facility EE savings 3,186
Total energy efficiency 1,842,671
Renewable Energy
Biomass 78,941
Hydropower 662,321
Lamdfill gas 136,351
Geothermal 304,089
Solar 206,643
Wind 282,410
Renewable energy credits 50,000
Total renewable energy 1,720,755
Total sustainable portfolio 3,563,426
Total sustainable portfolio – % of retail requirements 12.79%

Corporate officers and executive management

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