Stanton Energy Reliability Center

Project overview

Vanir served as the scheduler for the Stanton Energy Reliability Center (SERC) project, a state-of-the-art hybrid energy storage system. We developed a master project schedule that detailed the baseline and monthly progress schedules.

The location in the West Los Angeles Basin area was specifically identified by the California Independent System Operator as needing local reliability generation and ancillary grid services.

Vanir coordinated with the general contractor to make sure the project was delivered on time.

Energy specifics

SERC will provide a total of 98 megawatts (nominal) of hybrid energy storage capacity.

The storage system consists of two General Electric LM6000 based EGT®s. EGT® is the hybrid technology jointly developed by General Electric International, Inc. and Wellhead Power Solutions. This technology combines a turbine with an integrated battery storage system operated by a proprietary software system.

Stanton, California
Wellhead Power Solutions

Power Engineers


Primoris Services Corporation

Square Footage
20,000 SF
Construction Cost
$30 Million
Start Date
Completion Date