The project will be the company’s third utility-scale plant to feature its Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage technology and its second in Canada.
Technology improvements and price declines have made solar and wind the least-cost option in much of the U.S. The next two to three years will be transformative, a new report said.
The utility and its partner, GI Energy, choose customer locations where the utility’s analysis shows the electrical grid needs support.
The two projects represent a $280 million investment. Construction is being led by Moss and is expected to be complete in 2022.
The companies expect the partnership to spur existing customers to add storage and join a future VPP project.
The deployment will provide peak shaving capability and aim to validate the system’s performance reliability and help determine O&M and life cycle costs.
A total of 9 MW of solar and 36 MWh of storage will be deployed via two solar arrays perched above the commercial cranberry bogs.
Solar-plus-storage on residential rooftops pencils out in only a handful of markets. Here’s how the numbers work.
Also on the rise: A community-based canopy solar project is under way in New Jersey, Mosaic securitizes a bundle of solar loans and Strata Solar rebrands as it looks to other cleantech offerings.
Check out this week’s list of some of the newest announcements related to clean energy products.
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