This week’s TOP 5 includes a 4 MW project by Greensmith and American Electric Power in West Virginia, Daimler and Accumotive bringing their 15 MW system online in Germany, a 2.4 MW storage system by Wärtsilä in Singapore, new programs in Hawai’i to develop PV + storage and Eos and PSE&G completing the installation of a 1 MWh battery in New Jersey.
- Greensmith and American Electric Power (AEP) have agreed to install a 4 MW energy storage system integrated an hydro power plant in West Virginia. The system will provide frequency regulation to the PJM area.
- Daimler and Accumotive announced they have brought their 15 MW system online in Germany. However, the system is not yet fully complete as only 1,800 battery modules out of the total 3,000 have been installed.
- “Wärtsilä announced today that CW Group has awarded it the provision of a 2.4 MW/2.4MWh energy storage system (ESS) test bed for Singapore’s Energy Market Authority”
- “The Hawai‘i Public Utilities Commission has approved two new programs expanding its customers’ abilities to install rooftop PV and energy storage systems, while also clarifying the terms of its existing programs.”
- PSE&G and Eos Energy Storage have installed and commissioned a 1MWh Eos battery system at a wastewater treatment plant in Caldwell, New Jersey.