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Energy Storage For San Diego

California relies heavily on carbon-emitting fossil-fueled power resources to meet daily and peak energy needs. Battery storage is an essential component of grid reliability and resilience as San Diego and our state transition away from fossil fuels and increasingly rely on renewables like wind and solar to achieve clean air and clean energy mandates.

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About The Project

Arevon and Tenaska are seeking to site an energy storage project in the Barrio Logan community of San Diego to support local energy reliability and maximize the use of clean, renewable energy sources like solar and wind. The firms create a robust team leading development of the Peregrine Project and other energy storage projects throughout California that will be designed to efficiently store renewable energy that can then be deployed back to the grid during peak energy usage periods.

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Project Timeline

Construction will begin once the permitting and approval process is complete and electric grid connection authorizations are in place. Project team members expect construction to begin in early 2023 and continue for approximately eight to 10 months.

Permitting Process

The Peregrine Project has received a permit through the City of San Diego Planning Department and will continue to provide updates as the project moves towards construction.

Community Engagement

Extensive community outreach has been a cornerstone of the project plan to ensure stakeholders are fully informed about the project and can provide meaningful input in order to promote a collaborative development outcome. As the project moves towards construction in 2023, the Peregrine team will provide construction updates to nearby neighbors and continues to welcome community feedback as an essential part of the process.

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