1. California Sees Solar+Storage domination by 2030 with 11 GW / 44 GWh of Batteries

    California Sees Solar+Storage domination by 2030 with 11 GW / 44 GWh of Batteries

    The state’s 2019 IRP sees just over 11 GW solar power, and at least 11 GW – with up to 19 GW – of energy storage necessary to meet resource adequacy as part of the state’s legally required 60% renewable portfolio standard by 2030 as prices have fallen 50% since 2017. 

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