February 24th, 2017
This week’s TOP 5 includes the completion of a 20MW project in Chile by AES and Parker Hannifin, LG Chem expanding its battery manufacturing capacity in China and in the USA, an upcoming tender for 20MW of storage in Australia, the completion of a 0.5MW / 2MWh project by PG&E in California and positive financial results for Leclanché.
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- Parker Hannifin announced the completion of the 20MW Cochrane facility in Chile.
- « LG Chem will be further expanding its manufacturing capacity in the US and China, despite the presence of some onerous regulatory hurdles in China. »
- The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is expected to launch a tender for 20MW of storage system for grid stabilization by next April.
- « PG&E announced that it brought online a new 0.5MW/2 MWh project in Browns Valley – north of Sacramento, using Tesla’s batteries. »
- Swiss battery manufacturer Leclanché announced a large increase of its revenues in 2016, and expects to reach a positive EBITDA by 2018.