The Enel-Hollister Battery Energy Storage System is a 10,000kW energy storage project located in Hollister, California, US.
The project was announced in 2018 and will be commissioned in 2021.
The Enel-Hollister Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Enel. The project is owned by Southern California Edison (100%), a subsidiary of Edison International.
The key applications of the project are load following and grid support services.
Southern California Edison is the owner. Enel is the developer.
The project is a part of SCE’s Aliso Canyon Energy Storage 2 Request For Offers and Local Capacity Requirements Request For Proposals. Southern California Edison has signed seven contracts for 195 MW of battery-based energy storage resources to meet local capacity requirements in the Santa Clara sub-area of its electrical system.
Enel SpA (Enel) is an integrated electricity and gas company. It produces, transports and distributes electricity, and sells and trades electric energy and natural gas, green certificates, and CO2 emission rights. The company generates power using hydro, wind, nuclear, geothermal, solar, thermoelectric, and other renewable sources. Enel delivers energy in regulated and free markets, and to end users. It also provides advanced energy services and operates in the electric mobility sector. The company has operational presence in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa, Asia and Oceania. Enel is headquartered in Rome, Lazio, Italy.
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