February 17th, 2017
This week’s TOP 5 includes a 44MWp PV plus storage plant being developed by the US Navy in Hawaii, Baker Electric selected by NEC to build a 3MW storage system in California, Sonnen close to completing a facility in the USA, new feed-in tariffs in Hawaii encouraging the installation of PV plus storage systems and a 1MW/2MWh to be installed by Green Charge Networks in California.
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- The U.S. Navy is developing a 44-MW solar-plus-storage facility on the Hawaiian Island of Kauai. The details on the storage system have not been disclosed.
- Baker Electric Inc. announced it has been named the EPC for for NEC ES’ 3MW /3.4MWh grid energy storage pilot system for Southern California Edison.
- « Sonnen announced that is close to completing a new North American Innovation Center which will merge the company’s US manufacturing operations with product research and development. »
- The Hawaii PUC introduces new Feed-in-Tariffs that encourage the injection of power at night and should therefore provide an incentive to install PV + storage systems.
- « Green Charge Networks announced that Pacific Union College will install a 1MW/2MWh commercial energy storage system on its Napa Valley campus. »