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ORDINANCE NO. 6205 <br />AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF <br />ANAHEIM APPROVING THE POWER SALES AGREEMENT <br />BETWEEN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PUBLIC POWER <br />AUTHORITY AND THE CITY FOR THE LA PAZ SOLAR <br />TOWER PROJECT. <br />WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions relating to the joint exercise of powers <br />found in Chapter 5 of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code of the State of California, as <br />amended (the "Joint Powers Act "), the City of Anaheim (the "City ") and certain other public <br />bodies (collectively, the "Members ") have entered into a Joint Powers Agreement, as amended <br />(the "Joint Powers Agreement "), which creates the Southern California Public Power Authority <br />( "SCPPA "), a public entity separate and apart from the Members; and <br />WHEREAS, pursuant to the terms of the Joint Powers Act and the Joint Powers <br />Agreement, SCPPA has the power, for the purpose of promoting, maintaining and operating <br />electric generation and transmission on behalf of its Members, to plan, develop, contract for, <br />finance, acquire, design, undertake, own, construct, operate, and administer projects involving <br />systems, methodologies and programs for the acquisition, supply, procurement and delivery of <br />secure, long -term reliable supplies of renewable electric energy, and to cause such projects to be <br />planned, developed, contracted for, financed, acquired, designed, constructed, operated, <br />maintained, and administered and to provide by agreement for the performance and carrying out <br />of any such activities; and <br />WHEREAS, the City has need for a long -term source of renewable energy to <br />satisfy the City's renewable portfolio standard requirements and desires to ensure the reliable <br />delivery of solar energy to fulfill a portion of these requirements; and <br />WHEREAS, SCPPA and certain of its Members, to wit, currently the Cities of <br />Anaheim, Azusa, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Riverside, and Banning (collectively, the <br />"Project Participants ") have investigated the feasibility of the purchase of solar electric capacity <br />and energy and the acquisition and development of solar energy and related facilities in order to <br />provide a long -term supply of renewable energy to meet a portion of the electrical generation <br />needs of the Project Participants while also helping them meet policy and regulatory goals for <br />increasing the amount of electricity obtained from renewable energy resources; and <br />WHEREAS, SCPPA and the Project Participants have identified a solar energy <br />facility known as the La Paz Solar Tower Project (the "Project "), that will be owned by <br />EnviroMission (USA), Inc., a Delaware corporation ( "EnviroMission ") and an affiliate of <br />EnviroMission Limited. The Project is to have a nameplate capacity of 200 MW and is to be <br />located in western La Paz County, Arizona. The Project will include the siting, construction, and <br />installation of the solar tower facility containing, among other things, thirty -two 6.25 MW <br />pressure - staged turbine generators. SCPPA desires to acquire a major portion of the electric <br />capacity and energy of the Project from EnviroMission, and each Project Participant desires to <br />obtain electric capacity and associated energy and environmental attributes of the Project from <br />