San Diego Community Power green-lights a pair of renewable power projects

San Diego Community Power has agreed to sign contracts for a pair of solar and battery storage projects — one in NV & one in Imperial County.

San Diego Community Power, the community energy program that has enrolled about 900,000 accounts in the region, has approved a pair of solar-plus-storage projects to boost the amount of renewable power it delivers to customers in the next two years.

The first is a 20-year deal with the Yellow Pine III project in Clark County, Nevada, that will deliver 35 megawatts of solar power capacity and 35 megawatts/140 megawatt-hours of lithium-ion battery storage capacity to the electric grid. The storage portion of the contract plans to be operational by June 2025, with the solar portion in place by October 2025.

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Source: The San Diego Union-Tribune

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