Directing LADWP to Implement Clean Energy Storage Projects
Posted by Councilmember Englander on February 03, 2017 at 5:07 PM
This week, I submitted a motion directing the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to immediately report to the City Council on its efforts to implement clean energy storage projects within the City.
Additionally, the motion asks LADWP to report on the feasibility of partnering with local investor-owned and municipal-owned utilities to implement clean energy storage projects in the region.
It is critically important that we aggressively pursue clean energy storage opportunities, not only to reassure the thousands of residents directly affected by the Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, but also to mitigate against other types of natural disasters, like earthquakes, which could affect our future reliability. These projects are cleaner, safer and more cost-effective for ratepayers and also provide for greater power system reliability.
Click here to read the full motion.
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