As covered by Utility Dive: the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has approved an updated and revised Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP), which provides $83 million a year through 2019 for behind-the-meter generation technologies including wind, fuel cells and energy storage.
The revised SGIP allocates 75% of program funds for energy storage with 15% of that amount carved out for residential projects. Generation is allocated the remaining 25%, with 40% carved out for renewable generation projects. Read more from Utility Dive on the SGIP here. For the full document from the CPUC, click here.