The 0.55 MW/2.2 MWh Elk Neck Battery Storage Pilot Program is intended to demonstrate the utility of distributed energy resources under real-world market conditions.
The installation brings Summit Ridge’s Maryland rooftop community solar portfolio to more than 75 MW.
A total of nine projects will benefit more than 5,000 Maryland households through community solar subscriptions.
The 6 MW project outside of Washington, D.C., will include a pair of 2 MW arrays set aside to serve low and moderate-income residents.
Six of the projects are set to be constructed in New York, while another three will be in Maryland.
The projects span seven states and total 38.3 MW in capacity.
The program’s capacity is being expanded, as is access into the program for low- and moderate-income customers.
The projects are the first foray into community solar for property owner BentallGreenOak.
The 0.55 MW / 2.2 MWh capacity Elk Neck Battery Storage Pilot Program won regulatory approval even though its cost-benefit outlook left multiple parties questioning its value.
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