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Firms to expand energy storage in Ontario

Tue, 08/07/2018 - 12:40 -- John Shepherd
Firms to expand energy storage in Ontario

Canadian and US firms are to develop eight behind-the-meter lithium-ion battery storage facilities in Canada’s Ontario province.

Toronto-based energy storage developer NRStor has signed an agreement with Chicago-based IHI Energy Storage to develop the combined 42 megawatt-hour facilities with commercial and industrial customers.

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Emergency power built in for Ontario light transport project

Mon, 03/05/2018 - 12:16 -- John Shepherd
Emergency power built in for Ontario light transport project

Canada’s Ontario province is partnering with electricity distribution company Toronto Hydro to build an “innovative energy storage system” as part of a CAD9.1 billion ($7.2bn) public transportation project in Toronto.

The Ontario transportation ministry said Toronto Hydro had agreed that Renewable Energy Systems Canada (RES) would design and build the battery facility for the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) line.

 

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India joins Leclanché in Ontario energy investment

Thu, 11/16/2017 - 10:25 -- Xuan Zhong
India joins Leclanché in Ontario energy investment

Indian firm EPAL and Swiss battery maker Leclanché are jointly investing $12 million in a lithium battery storage facility nearing completion in in Canada’s Ontario province.

The 28MW/14MWh advanced battery storage project, known as Basin 1 (6MWh) and 2 (2MWh), was built and owned by the Leclanché and Canadian developer. It is the first utility scale energy storage facility designed to improve stability on the Ontario grid, with a total investment of approximately $25m.

 

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