Pacific Gas and Electric Company is considering building a 300-megawatt power plant in Lodi that could store energy in the form of compressed air and release it during peak use hours. It would be the third of its kind in the world, if the current study finds Lodi a feasible location.
A representative from PG&E confirmed the company is in discussions with the city of Lodi about the potential lease of city property to build the plant. A tentative timeline sets the activation date sometime in 2020.
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