Richard Martin for MIT Technology Review: Attempting to harness the power of distributed rooftop solar installations to make its grid more flexible and reliable, New York utility Consolidated Edison is launching a pilot program this summer to link dozens of small solar arrays into a single, software-connected power plant. The utility is working with solar power developer SunPower and energy storage company Sunverge to create a “virtual power plant”—a network of distributed assets that functions as a unified resource on the grid.
The project will include 300 homes with a combined total of 1.8 megawatts of solar capacity and batteries that can store up to four megawatt-hours of electricity, enough to run 300 average U.S. households for about 10 hours. Cont'd...
MERSEN TO EXHIBIT DURING ITEC 2016 (IEEE TRANSPORTATION ELECTRIFICATION CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION), JUNE 27-29th
LBA Realty and Principal Real Estate Investors to Deploy Nation's Largest Indoor Energy Storage System at Park Place
SolarMax Technology Goes to U.S. Market with Industry's First All-in-One, Fully Integrated Energy Storage System
Turboden to launch Steam & Power ORC, a new ORC Cogeneration System for manufacturing processes, designed for steam and power production
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