A new video taken by a drone shows Tesla making progress towards completion of the Moss Landing Megapack project which is expected to become the largest battery system in the world.
We first learned about the project at PG & E's MG Landing substation when they submitted it to CPUC and the company was in talks with Tesla in 2017.
It includes four separate projects energy storage Both of these will become the largest battery systems in the world.
Dynegy is set to develop a 300MW / 1,200MWh project on the PG & E network, while Tesla's project will be 182.5MW / 730MWh, which could eventually reach 1,1GWh.
In 2018, electrek received Tesla's proposal for the project which showed that the company plans use “Megapack” instead of the usual Powerpack for large utility-scale projects.
Early last year, the project was officially approved and its first phase began in July.
Tesla continues to deliver more Megapacks to PG&E since then and a new drone shows that the first phase of the project catching up at the completion:
However, there is still a lot of work to be done in order to be able to activate the project on the internet and start assist This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow a balanced diet. network.
The new capacity will boost Tesla's energy storage facility, which sets new records every quarter.
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