Jan. 3 — The utility issued a request for proposals in June of 2017 and received bids through October of 2018 after finding it would need an additional 370 MW to meet 2022-2023 demand. The winning solicitations include a 226 MW natural gas combustion turbine, 200 MW of utility-scale solar and 100 MW of energy storage.
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