California’s community choice organizations signed agreements for 3,000 MW of clean energy supplies over the last year
“These projects reflect a diversity of resources that will boost energy resilience and help California attain a 100% clean electricity system, while also supporting green jobs and fueling economic development,” CalCCA Executive Director Beth Vaughan said Nov. 3. Since Nov. 2020, aggregators added 2,000 MW in new-build renewable energy contracts and 1,500 MW in new battery energy storage contracts. This raised the total to 2,600 MW in CCA agreements, which is more than double last year’s total of 1,100 MW.
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