AES, SDG&E Build Storage Facilities in SoCal

3 Mar 01 Mar, 2017

The California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) in 2016 directed investor-owned utilities in the southern part of the state to fast track energy storage project, which are a vital element of such initiatives, according to Energy, Light & Power. One product of this directive is that AES Energy Storage and SDG&E expedited the paperwork on two projects. The companies have completed a 30 MW storage facility in Escondido and a 7.5 MW facility in EL Cajon, both of which are in San Diego County, United States.

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