The Stanton Energy Reliability Center – Battery Energy Storage System is a 10,000kW energy storage project located in Stanton, Orange, California, US.

The project was announced in 2019 and will be commissioned in 2021.


The Stanton Energy Reliability Center – Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Stanton Energy Reliability Center. The project is owned by Stanton Energy Reliability Center (100%).

The key applications of the project are balancing energy demand and managing intermittent resources.

Contractors involved

Stanton Energy Reliability Center is the owner. Stanton Energy Reliability Center is the developer. GE Renewable Energy is the technology provider for the project.

GE Renewable Energy is the system integrator.

Additional information

GE Renewable Energy has reached an agreement with Stanton Energy Reliability Center , LLC (SERC) to integrate Battery Energy Storage systems with two LM6000 Gas Turbines. In periods of high power demand, the LM6000 starts up quickly and can reach full power generation in 5 minutes, while the battery system is able to also provide immediate response for other actual or prospective services. The battery, always synchronized to the grid, will discharge stored energy while the gas turbine starts and reaches full power, which allows the system to be dispatched immediately and provide power when needed.


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