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E.ON breaks ground for Texas batteries

Fri, 09/15/2017 - 11:05 -- News Editor
E.ON breaks ground for Texas batteries

The US arm of Germany-based power group E.ON has started building two additional lithium-ion battery storage facilities in the US— co-located at the company’s Pyron and Inadale wind farms in West Texas.

The ‘Texas Waves’ projects, comprising two 9.9MW short duration energy storage systems, will be “an integral part” of the wind farms, the company said.

 

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Arizona to integrate Li tech into the grid

Wed, 05/17/2017 - 09:41 -- Xuan Zhong
Arizona to integrate Li tech into the grid

US electric utility Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is planning to enhance the performance of Arizona’s electric grid by using two 10MW lithium battery systems.

TEP has recently completed two lithium battery energy storage projects, constructed by E. ON’s North America subsidiary and a subsidiary of Florida-based electricity supplier NextEra Energy Resources.

 

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E.ON and Samsung sign lithium-ion ESS MOU

Mon, 12/21/2015 - 11:05 -- Paul Crompton
E.ON and Samsung sign lithium-ion ESS MOU

One of Europe’s biggest utilities and a South Korean battery giant are set to join forces to take advantage of the growing lithium-ion energy storage system market.

Germany's top utility E.ON and battery firm Samsung SDI have signed a memorandum of understanding to pool together resources and knowledge to enter the market.

The ESS market is predicted to explode in 2016 as Tesla’s Powerwall and a number of rival residential and commercial systems come on stream.

E.ON said in a statement that both groups would develop "profitable energy storage solutions and... assess and develop a potential business model for targeting applications for lithium-ion batteries in selected regions and markets.”

As part of the agreement it is understood that E.ON and Samsung SDI will run battery projects in the United States, Germany, Britain and the Czech Republic, with the aim of expanding these to other countries.

No financial details were disclosed.

 

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