Fervo Energy, the leader in next-generation geothermal energy, has announced the execution of two power purchase agreements with Southern California Edison, totaling 320 MW. These 15-year agreements will provide clean, reliable, and affordable geothermal energy to about 350,000 homes in Southern California. This marks a significant milestone in SCE’s commitment to support California’s transition to a zero-carbon future. The power will be sourced from Fervo’s 400 MW Cape Station project in Utah, which will become partially operational by 2026 and fully operational by 2028. This development supports the California Public Utilities Commission’s mandate from 2021 that requires utilities to procure 1,000 MW of zero-emission, non-weather-dependent energy.

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