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Edison Seeking Energy Storage to Meet California Requirement

Edison International, the owner of California’s second-largest utility, will seek contracts for at least 50 megawatts of energy-storage capacity to ensure long-term energy supplies in the Los Angeles area.

The company’s Southern California Edison utility must procure the energy storage resources as part of a plan to supply as much as 1,800 megawatts of electrical capacity in the area, according to an e-mailed statement today from the San Francisco-based California Public Utilities Commission.