Southern California Edison has just revealed the winners of a massive, 250-megawatt energy storage procurement, one that could set new standards for incorporating distributed and customer-owned energy assets into grid operations.
On Wednesday morning, SCE announced contract winners for its Local Capacity Requirement RFO, a long-term plan to bring about 2,200 megawatts of grid resources online by 2022 to help the Los Angeles and Orange County regions make up for the closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
Breaking: SCE Announces Winners of Energy Storage Contracts Worth 250MW