Southern California Public Power Authority

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The Southern California Public Power Authority is a joint powers authority, or a collective of 10 municipal utilities and one irrigation district. SCPPA was created in 1980 to help finance the acquisition of generation and transmission resources for its members.[1] SCPPA is the 26th largest power company by net generation.[2]

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