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Energy    January 14, 2015
Managing a Constrained Grid: A Look at SCE’s Procurement of ‘Preferred Resources’
Posted by Jeff St. John

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been covering Southern California Edison’s2.2-gigawatt grid services procurement for its West Los Angeles Basin region. With hundreds of megawatts of distributed solar power, energy storage, demand response and energy efficiency, SCE wants to manage local grid constraints, reduce carbon emissions, and test the ability of targeted, customer-sited and distributed assets to meet the needs traditionally filled by central power plants.



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