This week’s “Top 5” includes the commissioning of a 31,5MW storage facility in the PJM area, Goldman Sachs willing to invest B$150 by 2025 in renewables and storage, a 10MW project for AES in the Philippines, the delays of Tesla’s stationary storage products first deliveries and the opening of a new manufacturing facility for Forsee Power.
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- « Invenergy brought the 31.5 MW Beech Ridge energy storage project online this week, adjacent to its 100.5 MW wind farm in West Virginia. Beech Ridge will use stored wind energy to provide fast-response frequency regulation to the PJM Interconnection ancillary services market. »
- « Goldman Sachs will invest US$150 billion in renewables by 2025, including energy storage as a key part of this commitment, it has said. »
- AES announced that it will install a 10-megawatt energy storage facility in the Philippines. The facility will be located near AES’ 600MW coal ower plant of Masinloc, Zambales
- « Tesla boss Elon Musk has claimed that his company is already sold out of stationary storage products for next year before the first ones have even been shipped to customers. » First deliveries are postponed to Q1, 2016.
- Forsee Power inaugurated its new manufacturing facility in the Paris area and is expecting large sales volume in 2016. (in French)