December 19, 2019

California Moves to Boost Storage to Combat Safety-Driven Power Shutoffs

California regulators are proposing to authorize an annual collection of $166 million from ratepayers from 2020 through 2024 to fund the state’s Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) — and 85% of that budget will be allocated to energy storage technologies, in a bid to help communities that experience frequent public safety power shut-offs. The CPUC’s proposed decision would also expand the parameters of SGIP to benefit customers in high fire-threat areas.

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