This week’s TOP 5 includes the commissioning of a 22 MW system in Germany by Enel Green Power, the completion of a 10 MW system in the Bermudas by Saft, Duke Energy deploying a 4 MWh battery system as part of a microgrid in North Carolina, plans by Scottish Power to deploy a 50 MW battery system in Glasgow, and a successful round of investment for Moixa.
- Enel Green Power, Enertrag, and Leclanché have inaugurated the 22 MW Cremzow battery energy storage system in Germany. The system provides frequency regulation services.
- The Bermudas utility has inaugurated its 10 MW Saft battery.
- Duke Energy is deploying a microgrid which will consist of a 2-megawatt (AC) solar facility and a 4-megawatt lithium-based battery storage facility.
- Scottish Power is planning on installing batteries to make Glasgow “net zero” by 2040. A first project has already been initiated and consists of a 50 MW battery system.
- “U.K. startup Moixa has landed an £8.6 million ($11.1 million) venture capital round led by EV-as-grid-asset partner, Honda”