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Vistra Adding More Storage to Moss Landing, World’s Largest BESS

Darrell Proctor of Power writes on a new energy storage development at Moss Landing.

The C3 Take
  • Moss Landing, the world’s largest utility-scale battery storage facility, is adding more energy storage.
  • Texas-based energy company Vistra will add 350-MW/1,400-MWh to Moss Landing, bringing the total amount of energy storage on site to 750 MW/3,000 MWh.
  • Advancements in energy storage are key to accelerating clean energy technologies and lowering emissions.
  • Private sector leadership is creating a more sustainable energy future.

“The additional storage will complement the existing 400-MW/1,600-MWh of storage already at Moss Landing. Vistra on Monday said it has entered into a 15-year resource adequacy agreement with Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) for the new capacity. Vistra in a Jan. 21 filing asked the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to approve the contract.”

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