November 4th, 2016
This week’s TOP 5 includes a 20MW project for Leclanché on the PJM interconnection, the successful financing of 12MW of storage projects in Canada by Convergent, a 2MWh project for Younicos in Denver, a 3MW project for NEC ES in California and the launch of Tesla’s second version of the Powerwall.
- Leclanché will build a 20MW/10MWh project developed by Glidepath and financed by Swiss Green Energy Management Group. The project will be located in Illinois and will participate to the PJM frequency regulation market.
- Convergent announced the successful financing of its two IESO projects. The financing partners are Susi Partners and CJF Capital.
- Younicos signed an agreement with Panasonic and Xcel Energy for the installation of 2MWh of storage at Panasonic’s Denver operations hub.
- NEC ES is supplying a 3MW/3.4MWh storage system to SCE in California. The system will be directly owned and operated by SCE to defer investments in the distribution grid in urban areas.
- Tesla unveiled the second version of its powerwall, which can now store 14kWh, and will be sold at $5,500.