An agreement has been made with Green Charge Networks for a 7.4 megawatt energy storage system at San Diego’s Grossmont Union High School District. The largest planned installation of school-based energy storage to date in California, this installation at 14 sites is planned at no cost to the school district through a performance-based Power Efficiency Agreement – in which the vendor is paid based on the savings through the system’s reduction in peak demand. Read more in coverage on Energy Efficiency Markets and Utility Dive.
Energy Storage Deployment Coming to San Diego School District to Reduce Peak Demand: Power Efficiency Agreement Allows Installation at No Cost to the Schools
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