The First Major Long Duration Storage Procurement Has Arrived

By [email protected] California regulators said this year that the state will need 1 gigawatt of long duration storage by 2026. But the technologies that can cost-effectively meet that need have so far attracted more attention from white paper authors than paying customers.

That changed on Thursday, when a coalition of eight Californian community choice aggregators, led by Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE), published a request for offers seeking 500 megawatts of long duration storage capacity. In doing so, they beat the state’s investor-owned utilities in making good on the California Public Utilities Commission’s call to invest in this resource.

“We know that this is

Read Full Article Here

For more great articles: Greentech Media: Headlines

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Comments

comments



© 2014 RenewaNews