July 15th, 2016
This week’s TOP 5 includes a 6MW project for Nidec in Japan, Mcquarie investing $200million in Advanced Microgrid Solutions, the acquisition of 1Energy Systems by Doosan, the launch of integrated storage systems by Greensmith and a project in Africa for Aquion.

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Top 5

  1. Nidec ASI will supply a 6MW/6MWh storage system to Advantec on the island of Hokkaido, in Japan. The storage system will be coupled to a 6MWp PV plant.
  1. Macquarie invested $200million in Advanced Microgrid Solutions.
  1. « Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction (DHIC), a Korea-based company specialized in power generation technologies, announced the acquisition of Seattle-based 1Energy Systems » The amount of the transaction has not been disclosed.
  1. Greensmith Energy launched its behind-the-meter energy storage solution called Omni. The fully integrated storage system is available in four configurable sizes—100kW, 250kW, 500kW and 1MW.
  1. Aquion and SolarAfrica announced the completion of an off-grid microgrid at a tourism facility in Kenya. The microgrid consists of two independent systems, each of which has 106 kWh of Aquion batteries paired with a 37 kW solar array.

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