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    2. California’s Wildfire Threat Could be an Opportunity for Clean-Energy Microgrids

      California’s Wildfire Threat Could be an Opportunity for Clean-Energy Microgrids
      Californias biggest investor-owned utilities are expected to de-energize power lines more frequently this year to stop them from igniting fires when the weather is dry and windy. Its one of the fastest and cheapest ways for utilities to keep wildfires from sparking. But theres an obvious downside: Whole communities can go dark for hours or even days. With those concerns in mind, some energy companies are urging state officials to ...
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  1. Quotes about Southern California Edison

    1. As a certified Southern California Edison energy services provider, Ice Energy is committed to significantly lowering energy costs for Orange County businesses and reducing peak load on the grid.
      In Ice Energy Launches the Keep Your Cool Free HVAC Replacement and Energy Storage Program
    2. As a certified Southern California Edison energy services provider, Ice Energy is committed to significantly lowering energy costs for Orange County businesses and reducing peak load on the grid.
      In Ice Energy Launches the Keep Your Cool™ Free HVAC Replacement and Energy Storage Program
    3. The sheer speed at which the Aliso Canyon batteries were deployed for Southern California Edison and others shows that California utilities have discovered the essential battery storage value proposition.
      In 5 Things Utilities Should Consider for Energy Storage
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