The state Public Utilities Commission on Thursday voted to create a formal "energy storage target" of 1,325 megawatts, equivalent to the output of almost three modern, natural gas-fired power plants. The goal applies to three investor-owned utilities, including Southern California Edison Co., the Los Angeles Times reports.
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