1. NextEra Energy Resources readies significant portfolio of California energy storage projects to enhance reliability and support the state's clean energy goals

    NextEra Energy Resources readies significant portfolio of California energy storage projects to enhance reliability and support the state's clean energy goals

    NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, highlighted a suite of clean energy storage developments in the state that could nearly double the total installed capacity of battery storage available in the U.S. today. It plans to build nearly 700 MWs of fully-contracted battery storage projects in California before the end of 2022. The battery storage projects will be co-located at six existing NextEra Energy Resources solar projects and include the previously announced:

    • 63 MW at Blythe 110 Solar Energy Center
    • 115 MW at Blythe II Solar Energy Center115 MW at Blythe III Solar Energy Center
    • 230 MW at the McCoy Solar Energy Center
    • 110 MW at the Arlington Solar Energy Center
    • 65 MW at the Yellow Pine Solar Energy Center
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