Alberhill System Project

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Improving Reliability in Western Riverside County

The Alberhill System Project will help meet growing demand for electricity in western Riverside County. It will also improve service reliability and operational flexibility by providing the ability to transfer load between substations.

A description of the nearby Valley- Ivyglen Project is located on SCE’s Valley- Ivyglen webpage.

Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Wildomar, Canyon Lake, and adjacent unincorporated areas of Riverside County including the Temescal Valley

Major components of the project include a new 500/115 kilovolt (kV) transmission substation, two new 500 kV line segments, a new 115 kV sub-transmission line, and modifications to existing sub-transmission lines.

This project is under regulatory review.

  • Fall, 2009: We filed a project application with the CPUC
  • 2015: CPUC Draft Environmental Impact Report expected
  • April 2016: CPUC published DEIR, opened 45-day public review period
  • May 2016: Public meetings on DEIR in cities of Lake Elsinore and Perris
  • May 2016: Public review period on DEIR extended 45-days
  • July 2016 CPUC closed DEIR 90-day comment period
  • April 2017 CPUC Published Final EIR (FEIR) The CPUC will issue separate proposed decisions on SCE’s applications for the proposed Valley–Ivyglen Project and the proposed Alberhill Project.
  • August 2018: Decision issued. Proceeding held open for further review.
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Notice of Public Workshop

Alberhill System Project

Southern California Edison (SCE) is hosting two public workshops for community members to learn more about and comment on the proposed Alberhill System Project to be located in the Temescal Valley and surrounding areas of southwest Riverside County. The California Public Utilities Commission has requested SCE to provide additional information and analysis to support the proposed project. Each workshop will provide an overview of the project and system needs, describe next steps, and solicit public input on additional alternatives SCE could consider in the next phase of this process. The project team will have project maps and other materials available for viewing and will be on hand to answer questions. We invite you to attend one of the workshops listed below:

Workshop #1

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Lake Elsinore Cultural Arts Center
183 North Main Street
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Workshop #2

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Menifee Lakes Country Club
29875 Menifee Lakes Drive
Menifee, CA 92584

Comments can also be submitted to through November 30, 2018.

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