This week’s TOP 5 includes the second phase of the partnership between Fluence and UL Power Reserve, plans by the New York Power Authority to deploy a 20 MW battery system, Johnson Control and ConEdison forming an energy storage joint venture, a 1 MW battery system deployed by EDP in Romania, and Rolls-Royce investing in Qinous.
- UK Power Reserve has selected Fluence for the delivery and construction of 60 MW of energy storage systems. This volume adds up to the pre-existing partnership between UK Power Reserve and Fluence for the delivery of 60MW.
- The New York Power Authority unveiled plans to establish a new 20 MW / 20 MWh battery project in Northern New York that will demonstrate the operation of a large-scale energy storage system.
- Johnson Control and ConEdison are forming an energy storage joint venture. Under this agreement, the energy storage division of Johnson Control will operate as part of ConEdison’s Clean Energy Businesses.
- EDP Renewables inaugurated a 1 MW battery-based energy storage system (apparently supplied by Siemens) in Romania. The system is located at one of EDPR’s wind farm.
- Rolls-Royce invested in Berlin-based energy storage system integrator Qinous.