14 MW of new solar capacity began feeding energy into Taiwan’s grid this week, as the first phase of a planned 100 MW facility being built by the island’s utility Taipower.
The PV array is set to be the largest solar installation on the island, and is located at Changhua Coastal Industrial Park in central Taiwan.
The Japanese electrical equipment supplier provided the battery to Taiwan Power Research Institute, which will pair the system with variable renewables such as solar in a pilot project.
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