This week’s TOP 5 includes Kokam securing orders to supply 40 MW of battery storage in South Korea, a 6 MW / 6 MWh energy storage system being built by Neoen in France, seven Israeli projects being financed by the US DOE and the Israeli Energy Ministry, a partnership between EDF and Powervault in the UK, and a research project aiming at reusing e-buses batteries in Sweden.
- “Kokam Co Ltd has secured orders to supply 40 MWh of energy storage systems linked to solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity in South Korea”
- “Neoen has begun construction on the largest grid-connected energy storage system in mainland France, a 6MW / 6MWh system which will provide frequency regulation services“
- The United States Department of Energy (DOE) and Israel’s Energy Ministry, have selected seven clean energy, energy storage, and microgrid projects to receive $6 million under the Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Energy program.
- EDF has partnered with UK startup Powervault to propose energy storage solutions to its residential or small businesses clients.
- Volvo Buses, Göteborg Energi, Riksbyggen and Johanneberg Science Park are working together on a research project aiming at reusing e-buses batteries for stationary applications in Sweden.