Saturday, November 8, 2014

Utility SCE to deploy solar, storage and efficiency to meet electricity needs

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07. November 2014 | Markets & TrendsStorage & smart grids | By:  Christian Roselund

New solar projects will join energy storage and other clean energy solutions as a major component of Southern California Edison's plan to meet electricity needs following the the shut-down of the San Onofre nuclear plant.

Southern California Edison (SCE) has announced contracts for 2.2 GW of electric capacity from a variety of sources as part of its plan to meet reliability needs in its service territory. This includes six contracts with SunPower to supply a total of 50 MW of distributed PV in the West LA Basin and Moorpark areas. 

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