Solar Power World
Clearway Energy Group announced that its Victory Pass project, a 200-MW solar and 200-MWh storage site under development on BLM land in Riverside County, California, is fully contracted with two investment-grade rated community choice aggregators, Silicon Valley Clean Energy Authority (SVCE) and Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE).
“Solar and storage energy projects like Victory Pass are central to California’s transition to 100% carbon-free electricity,” said Valerie Wooley, VP of origination at Clearway. “We’re honored to partner with SVCE and CCCE on these projects to move toward the Golden State’s renewable energy goals and support the role of community choice aggregators in providing California residents and businesses with clean, reliable, and affordable power. We thank our customers and many other partners who are making the clean energy transition possible.”
“The Victory Pass project not only provides solar energy capacity but carries great value with the 4-hour discharge battery pairing. As California summers continue to bring extreme heat and high electricity demand, the ability to discharge energy during peak hours is critical as we transition to a clean grid,” said Girish Balachandran, SVCE’s CEO.