We prepared a detailed study evaluating and developing solar and microgrid projects for the Port of San Diego. We conducted solar assessments, electrical load analysis, electrical interconnection evaluation, battery energy storage modeling, economic modeling, lease structure evaluation, financial structure option development, solar and battery RFPs, and contract evaluations. Our team also provided recommendations to the board for suggested plans.
We prepared a winning grant application for approximately $10 million from the California Energy Commission (CEC) program funding microgrids at California ports. The microgrid project will include a 700 kW solar array and 2500 kWh of battery energy storage, which will provide backup power through a grid outage and 100 percent renewable power supply for the port.
We are executing a feasibility study for electric vehicle (EV) charging deployment design services for the port.