The California Independent System Operator has received proposals for more than 2,000 megawatts of energy-storage projects to interconnect with the Golden State's grid, more than the 1,325 megawatts of energy storage the state has mandated by 2020. The proposals include 255MW of batteries combined with generation projects, 1,669MW of stand-alone battery storage, a 90MW proposal that is a mixture of batteries and solar energy, and 44MW of other stand-alone storage.

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