Clean Technica: 5 MW Lithium-Ion Energy Storage System Unveiled In Oregon

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5 MW Lithium-Ion Energy Storage System Unveiled In Oregon — Will Provide Storage For Intermittent Renewable Energy Sources

A new, state-of-the-art, 5 MW lithium-ion energy storage system was recently unveiled in South Salem, Oregon. The new energy storage system — which is a demonstration project — will allow the storage of the excess electricity occasionally produced by some intermittent renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, as well as providing other services. The energy storage system is integrated with a localized power zone — a microgrid — which means that about 500 … Read More

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