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Reports and Documents

On this page you'll find many of many of SMUD's reports and public documents, both current and historical. They range from information on rate actions to our financial reports.

Notice of Resolution of Application to Exercise a Latent Power

This section includes the notice of public hearing and other documents associated with SMUD's application to the Sacramento Local Area Formation Commission (LAFCo) for approval to activate a latent power authorized under Section 12801 of the Municipal Utility District Act. (Cal. Pub. Util. Code § 11501, et seq.) In addition to providing electric services within its service territory, SMUD seeks to activate a latent power to enable SMUD to provide thermal energy services (i.e., heat) to retail customers at appropriate locations within its existing boundaries, otherwise known as district energy services.

2015 SMUD Financial Statements

2015 Component Unit Financial Statements

2014 SMUD Financial Statements

2014 Component Unit Financial Statements

SMUD Annual Compensation Reports to the Controller

Information on the annual compensation of its elected officials, officers, and employees that is submitted to the Controller can be found on the Controller's Government Compensation in California Internet website.

Status Report on Renewable Energy

A summary reportby the Advanced Renewables and Distributed Generation Program.

Reliability Report (2009)

The latest statistics on power outages and the reliability of the distribution system.

SMUD Public Good Report (2009)

Our Public Good programs benefit our customers and the Sacramento community every day. These programs illustrate some of the benefits of a community-owned electric service governed by an elected Board of Directors. These programs include:

  • Discounted rates for low-income customers and those dependent on medical equipment.
  • Energy-efficiency programs such as free shade trees, energy audits and working with builders to make new homes and businesses more energy efficient.
  • Renewable energy resources and technologies such as wind and solar power.
  • The development and demonstration of advanced science or technologies.
The investment in Public Good programs for municipal utilities must equal at least 2.85 percent of 1994 revenues, according to state mandate. However, each year SMUD has budgeted significantly more than the minimum. In 2009, SMUD committed more than $83.69 million to Public Good programs.

Staff Report and Proposed Board Determination on the Rate Design Modifications to Promote Energy Efficiency Investments Standard

SMUD's Board of Director's has made it's determination on the Rate Design Modifications to Promote Energy Efficiency Investments Standards set forth in section 111(d)(17) of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA), as amended by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISAct). The Board considered the Rate Design Modifications to Promote Energy Efficiency Investments Standard on the basis of its effect on conservation of energy, efficient use of facilities and resources, and equity among electrical consumers, and the objective and requirements of the Municipal Utility District Act (Cal. Pub. Util. Code, § 11501, et seq.).

Staff Report and Proposed Board Determination on the Integrated Resource Planning Standard

SMUD's Board of Director's has made it's determination on the Intregrated Resource Planning Standards set forth in section 111(d)(16) of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA), as amended by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISAct). The Board considered the Integrated Resource Planning Standard on the basis of its effect on conservation of energy, efficient use of facilities and resources, and equity among electrical consumers, and the objective and requirements of the Municipal Utility District Act (Cal. Pub. Util. Code, § 11501, et seq.).

Staff Report and Proposed Board Determination on the Information on Time-Based Electricity Prices and Sources of Power Standard Smart Grid Information

SMUD's Board of Director's has made it's determination on the Information on Time-Based Electricity Prices and Sources of Power Standard (also referred to as Smart Grid Information) set forth in section 111(d) of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA), as amended by the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISAct). The Board considered the Information on Time-Based Electricity Prices and Sources of Power Standard on the basis of its effect on conservation of energy, efficient use of facilities and resources, and equity among electrical consumers, and the objective and requirements of the Municipal Utility District Act (Cal. Pub. Util. Code, § 11501, et seq.).

California Form 801

Consistent with FPPC regulations, SMUD makes its California Form 801's that total more than $2,500 in value available on line.

2014 SMUD Annual Report

SMUD's 2014 annual report, "Sacramento Rising," looks at the improving economy and SMUD's efforts to meet rising customer expectations. The report includes 64 pages of financial results.

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