Inland Empire Utilities Agency, which serves around 830,000 people in California will install 3.5 MW / 7 MWh of advanced energy storage systems in Southern California at water-recycling facilities and pumping stations. Designed at lowering energy costs and reducing demand on the grid, the storage will integrate renewable energy in the form of solar, wind and biogas, as well as grid resources.

Tesla batteries will be deployed to help integrate renewable energy into California’s interdependent “water-energy nexus”. Integrating IEUA's on-site renewable energy resources will reduce its peak demand from the grid by as much as 14% and reduce total energy costs by 5%-10%. AMS will use Powerpack commercial battery systems procured from Tesla Energy.

Lithium-ion Battery