PG&E and SCE apply for DOE smart grid development grants for large-scale energy storage projects

The application period for the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Smart Grid Development Grants (SGDGs) (see the August 12, 2009 LRPJ) ended on August 26, 2009. Unlike the Smart Grid Investment Grants (SGIGs), whose first phase deadline passed earlier this month (see the August 12, 2009 LRPJ), SGDGs ...

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