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CPUC Requires Additional 500 MW of Energy Storage from California IOUs

CPUC Requires Additional 500 MW of Energy Storage from California IOUs

By Buck Endemann, William Holmes, Andrea Lucan

Under AB 2514, California’s landmark energy storage law passed in 2013, California’s three Investor-Owned Utilities (“IOUs”) (Southern California Edison (“SCE”), Pacific Gas & Electric (“PG&E”), and San Diego Gas & Electric (“SDG&E”)) are required to install 1,325 MW of energy storage by 2024.[1]  Recent California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) decisionmaking under a later-passed energy storage law, however, has added an additional 500 MW to the IOUs’ procurement obligations. Read More

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