1. Stem to Expand Storage at California State University Campus with 4.2 MWh Battery

    Stem to Expand Storage at California State University Campus with 4.2 MWh Battery

    The Dominguez Hills campus of California State University (CSU) has tapped Stem to develop software-driven energy storage services to reduce the school's electricity costs, the company announced this week. Stem said it is developing a 1 MW / 4.2 MWh system to be housed on campus in Carson, Calif., part of a larger company strategy in targeting academic institutions.

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