Southern California Edison to add 195 MW of energy storage, DR by 2021

Southern California Edison (SCE) on Friday announced that it signed seven contracts for 195 MW of energy storage and demand response resources to meet local capacity requirements in its Santa Clara sub-area. The selected resources — one demand response and six energy storage projects following two SCE solicitations — are expected to go online before the summer of 2021, according to a press release. The company pointed out that no gas-fired resources were selected. One of the contracts, a 100 MW energy storage project awarded to Strata, will become one of North America's largest operational lithium-ion battery systems when it comes online in December 2020, SCE said.

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