Station Energy Reliability Center Certified as Data Adequate by the California Energy Commission
March 8, 2017 – Sacramento, Ca – The California Energy Commission certified W Power’s Stanton Energy Reliability Center as Data Adequate by a 5-0 vote. Data Adequacy certifies W Power’s application as complete and certifies that it meets all of the requirements listed in Title 20, section 1704, and Division 2, Chapter 5, Appendix B of the California Code of Regulations. The commission also assigned the Siting Committee, which consists of two commissioners, a Presiding Member and an Associate Member. Commissioner Janea Scott has been assigned at the Presiding Member and Commissioner Karen Douglass has been assigned as the Associate Member. “W Power is delighted to have achieved this milestone. We look forward to working closely with the California Energy Commission, interested parties and stakeholders to bring this state-of-the-art reliability solution on line as soon as possible,” said Kara Miles, President of W Power. A Public Informational Hearing and Site Visit is being scheduled for April 17th in the City of Stanton. W Power is a California certified woman-and-minority owned business enterprise (“WMBE”) focused on doing business in California’s energy industry. W Power develops, builds, owns and operates community energy reliability centers (CERC).
More information about the Stanton Energy Reliability Center project and the CEC’s siting process can be found at: http://www.energy.ca.gov/sitingcases/stanton/