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A bunch more storage being added to CA grid...

Clean energy solutions provider Ameresco has contracted with California investor-owned utility Southern California Edison (SCE) to deliver battery energy storage systems (BESS) totalling 537.5MW of output and 2,150MWh.

Southern California Edison will own the 535MW of new BESS capacity. The utility said that the deal adds to 1,355MW of utility-scale battery storage and 5MW of customer-sited batteries that it signed long-term contracts for last year, bringing SCE’s installed and procured storage capacity including third party-owned resources to about 2,810MW in total. 

 

This brings the total storage under contract for CA by end of 2023 to about 7,000 MW and 25,000 MWh. 

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