new goal from the California Public Utilities Commission would also require the state to build more than 56 GW of additional clean energy generation, including solar, different durations of energy storage, as well as 4.5 GW of offshore wind, according to the agency.

The portfolio would have the state add 19 GW of solar, 15.7 GW of four-hour lithium-ion batteries, 2.8 GW of eight-hour lithium-ion batteries and 0.5 GW of long-duration storage along with the 4.5 GW of offshore wind, by 2035.


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