April 14 — Last year, California had a few hundred megawatts of storage in wholesale markets, noted Carla Peterman, Southern California Edison senior vice president of strategy and regulatory affairs and former regulatory commissioner. “This summer, we’re going to have a few thousand. So it’s really going to be a great opportunity to see how we can operate these facilities effectively,” she said.
Utility Dive: Following California and Texas blackouts, experts see potential for energy storage and better grid planning
Apr 16, 2021 | News Roundup