The Ranch Sereno project, which is located Contra Costa County, is a part of MCE’s Feed-In Tariff Plus program and includes 2 megawatts of solar and an 800-kilowatt battery. MCE expects to pay $8 million for the energy generation and storage capacity at this site over the next 20 years.
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The Rancho Sereno project will generate enough electricity to power over 800 homes annually and will include storage with a 4-hour dispatch capacity. The energy generated by the solar project will be stored during the day when demand prices are low, and discharged during the high demand hours of 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.