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Utility Scale Storage

Leclanché and partners to invest $12 million in first utility-scale storage project in Canada

The joint venture firm EPAL, owned by Indian state-owned Energy Efficiency Services Limited and U.K.-based Energy Pro Limited is partnering with leading Swiss battery storage solution provider, Leclanché and development partner, Deltro Energy.

SoftBank unit to build 102 MW in Japan

SB Energy, a subsidiary of Japanese telecoms group SoftBank, has revealed plans to build a 102.3 MW solar project in northern Japan, backed by 27 MWh of lithium ion storage capacity.

Nidec nails EPC, battery deal in Corsica

Nidec Industrial Solutions (NIS) has agreed to supply a battery energy storage system (BESS) for a turnkey PV project in Corsica.

Kepco, LSIS finish 28 MW in northern Japan

Korea Electric Power Corp. (Kepco) and LS Industrial Systems (LSIS) have finished building a 28 MW solar project on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, backed by 13.7 MWh of storage capacity.

Kaua’i to get its biggest solar and storage system to date

The island which has been called a ‘postcard from the future’ for its high levels of solar and energy storage is getting ready for 28 MW more solar and 20 MW of batteries.


Amid devastation, Tesla begins restoring power in Puerto Rico

Current estimates suggest 80% of Puerto Rico is still without power, but thanks to Elon Musk’s efforts at least one children’s hospital has been able to turn the lights on.


Comtec, Sunway to collaborate on PV storage applications

A unit of Comtec Solar Systems has agreed to collaborate with a subsidiary of Malaysian construction group Sunway on the development of large-scale solar battery systems.

SoftBank Vision Fund to build 3 GW of solar and storage in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Electricity Company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Public Investment Fund and Softbank Vision Fund to create 3 GW of solar and storage capacity in the Kingdom in 2018.

AES deploys 20 MW of storage in the Dominican Republic

AES Dominicana’s 20 MW storage system helped maintain the power grid operational during the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.


China storage market growing, but electric vehicles still dominate battery demand, says AECEA

Chinese shipments of lithium-ion batteries could jump by 40% year on year in 2017, but demand from the country’s burgeoning electric-vehicle market continues to overshadow the deployment of stationary energy storage systems (ESS), according to a recent report.


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