Seth Hilton Discusses Impact of California Interconnection Difficulties on State’s Battery Storage Plans

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In a new article, energy development Seth Hilton provides Energy Storage News with his take on how the difficulty in obtaining interconnection agreements for battery storage projects in California is affecting the state’s plan to make its energy system carbon-free by 2045. According to Hilton, even after an emergency proclamation was issued last summer by Governor Newsom that ordered the California Energy Commission to expedite permitting for clean energy projects, “Not a single energy storage project took advantage of that expedited process … because of interconnection issues, which the Commission couldn’t deal with.”

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