1. San Diego County Water Authority Enhances Solar With Battery Storage

    San Diego County Water Authority Enhances Solar With Battery Storage

    The San Diego County Water Authority is expecting to save approximately $100,000 per year with commercial-scale batteries installed at the agency’s solar-powered Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant near San Marcos. The energy storage system is designed to reduce operational costs at the facility by storing low-cost energy for use during high-demand periods when energy prices increase.

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    1. Energy storage is a strategic addition to the water authority's solar energy installations, which have already reduced power costs and made the agency more environmentally friendly.
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