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PG&E
The first Megapacks installed at PG&E’s Moss Landing substation. Once operational (targeting 2Q 2021) this 182.5MW battery system will be one of the largest utility-owned, lithium-ion battery energy storage systems in the world. πŸ”‹
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Mike Straka Oct 5
Replying to @PGE4Me @Tesla and 3 others
Put one up here in where it’s really needed so we can get rid of your diesel backup generators and provide the towns like with stable reliable power
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EM Oct 6
Replying to @dayyanl @PGE4Me @Tesla
Can't until Tesla makes its own cells. Tesla is cell constrained. Need to decide to either put in cars or battery storage.
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πŸ”‹AToπŸ”‹ Oct 6
Replying to @PGE4Me @Tesla
Do you have a page where we can keep track of this project ? Thanks
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Drew Oct 7
Replying to @PGE4Me @Tesla
πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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Evan Mulvihill Oct 7
Replying to @PGE4Me @Tesla
Really wished they named it BFB instead of Megapack. Missed opportunity πŸ˜”
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Sonny Hollesen Oct 8
Replying to @PGE4Me @Tesla
I hope it can withstand that salt air!
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hmn Oct 8
Replying to @PGE4Me @Tesla
Now do more solar.
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