California faces battle over budgets for backup battery incentives

GREEN TECH MEDIA | Should California reserve hundreds of millions of dollars in battery incentives for customers at the highest risk of being harmed by wildfire-prevention blackouts? Or should it or share the money with low-income and disadvantaged communities that will otherwise be denied support for projects? 


That's the question facing the California Public Utilities Commission this week as it considers an energy storage industry request to modify the state’s Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) to shift money from the former group to the latter. 


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