California OKs PG&E plan to replace gas-fired power plants with battery storage

“California regulators have approved plans outlined late last year by Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) to replace at least three Bay Area natural gas-fired peaking plants with battery storage and to add batteries at an existing gas-fired plant at Moss Landing, CA.

Three of the battery projects, with a capacity of 385 MW, will be owned and operated by third parties, and the fourth will be a 182.5 MW project that Tesla is to construct and PG&E would eventually own.”

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