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Kokam partnership secures MWs of benefit for Korea

Fri, 08/19/2016 - 12:21 -- Paul Crompton
Kokam partnership secures MWs of benefit for Korea

Battery firm Kokam has secured a deal to supply a 13MW/h lithium-ion energy storage system (ESS) to aid frequency regulation to one of South Korea’s biggest utility companies.

The 36MW project will use the South Korean firm’s Ultra High Power nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) and NANO battery technology.

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UK gets first MW grid-scale lithium-ion energy storage system

Thu, 06/09/2016 - 15:52 -- Paul Crompton
UK gets first MW grid-scale lithium-ion energy storage system

Great Britain is to test its first battery system to provide grid-frequency after a partnership between energy utility firm National Grid and UK based Renewable Energy Systems (RES).

The 20MW battery storage system will provide a dynamic frequency response service with a second of a deviation, either higher or lower than 50Hz, being detected. 

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Giant UK battery launched to tackle challenges in energy storage

Tue, 03/29/2016 - 13:23 -- Paul Crompton
Giant UK battery launched to tackle challenges in energy storage

A project to connect a lithium titanate battery to the grid proves the UK is gradually catching up with the rest of the world when it comes to adopting energy storage to balance grid frequency at the utility scale.

Research at the facility, the first to use a lithium titanate battery, which is made up of 21,120 cells supplied by Toshiba, will be led by the University of Sheffield (UoS).

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US regulators agree grid-scale lithium battery storage tests

Thu, 03/24/2016 - 16:00 -- Paul Crompton
US regulators agree grid-scale lithium battery storage tests

US State regulators have given utility-holding company Xcel Energy permission to test the use of large lithium batteries to store solar power.

The testing will take place at two sites in the Stapleton neighbourhood in Denver, Colorado.

On one site, Xcel will install a utility-scale power system at a car park at Denver International Airport.

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