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The Moss Landing BESS project is one of the largest battery energy storage systems.
The latest expansion of the Moss Landing battery energy storage system (BESS) project has been completed, according to Vistra, the company behind the project. The expansion involved the installation of an additional 100 MW or 400 MWh battery energy storage system at the site, bringing the total capacity of the Moss Landing BESS project to 400 MW or 1,600 MWh. The Moss Landing BESS project is one of the largest battery energy storage systems. It is located in California. It is designed to provide energy storage for the grid, helping to balance supply and demand and support the integration of renewable energy sources like wind and solar.
The new expansion of the project will help to improve grid reliability and stability, particularly during times of peak demand. The energy storage system is capable of responding quickly to changes in demand, providing grid operators with a valuable tool to help ensure energy security. According to Curt Morgan, the CEO of Vistra, "We're excited to complete this latest expansion of our Moss Landing BESS project. Our investments in battery energy storage technology not only benefit the state of California but also provide a model for how energy storage can help reduce emissions and support electricity systems around the world.