1. PG&E's 75MW Energy Storage Procurement to Test Flywheels, Zinc-Air Batteries

    PG&E's 75MW Energy Storage Procurement to Test Flywheels, Zinc-Air Batteries

    In choosing their first round of procurements to meet the state’s 1.3-gigawatts-by-2020 energy storage mandate, California’s big investor-owned utilities have largely stuck to tried-and-true lithium-ion batteries -- until now. On Wednesday, Pacific Gas & Electric revealed contracts for 75 megawatts of storage that includes 20 megawatts of flywheels from startup Amber Kinetics and 10 megawatts of zinc-air batteries from Eos Energy Storage amidst the expected lithium-ion winners.

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