1. SDG&E Seeks 166 MW Energy Storage for Emergency Response Sites

    SDG&E Seeks 166 MW Energy Storage for Emergency Response Sites

    San Diego Gas & Electric wants to add 166 MW of storage to its system disbursed between seven projects focused on emergency response services. Within the next 12 years, the utility says it will develop or interconnect more than 330 MW of energy storage to help keep the system reliable and integrate additional renewable energy. The utility's plan also includes an incentive program for nonprofit care facilities to install energy storage, called the Energy Storage Customer Program Pilot.

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