The deal marks American Clean Power Association’s second major merger since founding in early 2021, and will bring in close relationships with more than 200 companies across all aspects of energy storage.
The company has burst onto the scene in Maine, signing agreements with Osaka Gas USA Corporation and Cianbro.
By combining hardware and software platforms, the two aim to create ‘zero energy homes,’ where energy is produced and used optimally on-site.
The 6.9 MW/10 MWh Grissom solar and storage project will provide energy to the North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation under a long-term power contract.
LineVision’s V3 monitoring system will be installed across power lines in the greater Sacramento region for SMUD, monitoring transmission assets to identify if additional capacity is available at certain times where bottlenecks are present and to avoid energy curtailment.
The 20 MW O’Brien Solar Fields are helping local governments and businesses meet their renewable energy goals, as MGE turns its focus towards a proposed 300 MW solar project with a 165 MW battery.
The two companies will work together to deliver a safe, sustainable, and cost-effective lithium-ion battery recycling solution for end-of-life energy storage systems.
The projects will be used for the entity’s Green Invest program, which helps large-scale energy buyers meet their renewable needs.
The installations are expected to reduce the CO2 equivalent of roughly six million pounds of coal burned in their first year, and provide urban heat reduction benefits.
The announcement highlights Polar’s history of excelling in extreme weather and on difficult terrain.
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