The facility was closed on June 25, 2009 for planned reasons. The plant generates approximately 545MW of power.

Chevron, an oil company in San Ramon, California and Edison Mission, a subsidiary of power company Edison International, each own 50% of Sunrise Power. The facility is operated by Edison Mission.

The combined-cycle production station is situated in Fellows in Kern County around 130 miles north of Los Angeles and 35 miles southwest of Bakersfield, California. The facility comprises one steam turbine with 245MW capacity and two gas turbines with 150MW of capacity each.

One MW power supplied can serve approximately 700 homes in California.

Edison International engages in the ownership and operation of approximately 14,000MW of generating capacity; it transmits and distributes electricity to approximately 4.8 million customers in central and Southern California, and markets energy commodities in North America.