August 26th, 2016

This week’s TOP 5 includes a Conergy PV plus storage project in Australia, RES completion of  a 300 kW/ 640 kWh project ordered by WPD, Massachussets commission  could mandate utilities to have as much as 400 MW of energy storage, Alevo is close to install a 2MW/1MWh battery in Delaware and the recent FERC’s decision favorable to energy storage

 

Top 5

  1. Conergy plans to build a 10.8MWp solar PV plant combined with 1.4MW/5.3MWh of lithium-ion battery storage near Lakeland, Australia
  2. RES has completed its first energy storage project in the UK : a 300kW / 640kWh Li ion battery at a 1.3 MW solar farm near Glastonbury. It was ordered by WPD (a DNO) and features BYD batteries.
  3. Massachusetts could call for 300 to 400 MW of energy storage if it sets similar targets to California.
  4. Alevo is having its technology approved by Parker Hannafin to install a 2MW/ 1MWh battery in Lewes, Delaware.
  5. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved changes to how the California grid operator treats some distributed, non-generator resources including energy storage, better aligning them with traditional market structures.

Best Regards,

Corentin Baschet