About the IPUC
City of Industry Public Utilities Commission (IPUC) operates a municipal electric system serving portions of business and residential properties within the city. Whether you are planning to build or expand your business or remodel your home, IPUC is here to help you.
Mark D. Radecki, President
Cory C. Moss, Commissioner
Catherine Marcucci, Commissioner
Newell W. Ruggles, Commissioner
Abraham N. Cruz, Commissioner
IPUC meetings are held in the City of Industry Council Chambers located at:
15651 Stafford Street
City of Industry, CA 91744
Meetings are at 9:00 a.m. on the third Thursday of each month.
We are working on expanding our electrical service network where it benefits the community. Here are some projects around the city of Industry that are making a difference for our businesses and residents.
Industry Metrolink PV-1 Solar Project:
The City of Industry developed the Industry Metrolink PV-1 Solar project in 2012 and now sells the power it generates (<2 Megawatts) to Southern California Edison. The solar project sits on 12 acres of an existing 14 acre Industry owned Metrolink parking lot at 600 Brea Canyon Road.
Waddingham Way Substation Project:
The IPUC owns and operates a 66kV/12kV Substation facility located at 208 Waddingham Way in the City of Industry. The Substation is anticipated to receive 10 MW of customer load upon the completion of the SCE 12kV connection switch over, with the load growing an additional 30MW as the Industry Business Center development is completed.
The Renewable Energy Procurement Plan was written to help the City meet California’s Renewable Portfolio Standard.