1. Georgia Power Wants to Own and Operate 80MW of Battery ESS to 'Maximise Value of Renewables'

    Georgia Power Wants to Own and Operate 80MW of Battery ESS to 'Maximise Value of Renewables'

    Utility Georgia Power wants to own and operate 80MW of battery energy storage systems in its service area, building on the state’s early recent steps to investigate the value of storage both in front of and behind the electricity meter. Georgia Power has just made a request to raise residential rates in order to invest in the state’s “energy future” by 7% next year, filed with the Georgia Public Service Commission.

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    1. The company will continue to invest in a diverse mix of energy resources, including renewable energy.
    2. The company seeks this opportunity to demonstrate the deployment, integration, operation and grid optimisation of storage to gain valuable insight into how to maximise the value of storage for customers.
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