This week’s TOP 5 includes a 3 MW storage project in Massachusetts by Engie, Powerco and Simpliphi partnering to build microgrids instead of grid upgrades in New Zealand, the Australian green party proposing a 20 GW energy storage target for 2030, Green Charge installing 1.6 MWh in five schools in California and the sale of a 300 kW / 1 MWh hybrid energy storage system by RedT in Australia.
- Engie and its subsidiary Green Charge will install and operate a 3 MW storage system co-located with a 5.76 MWp solar farm in Massachusetts. This project is developed under the Massachusetts’ peak demand management program.
- Simpliphi power has signed a contract with new-Zealand based power distribution company Powerco for the delivery of solar plus storage microgrids to areas where grid upgrades would be too costly.
- Australia Green party proposes a national energy storage target of 20 GW by 2030.
- Green Charge will install 1.6MWh of energy storage alongside solar at five schools in California’s Visalia Unified School District.
- “RedT has sold a 300kW / 1MWh “hybrid” energy storage system to Melbourne’s Monash University in Australia”