DOE Global Energy Storage Database
Office of Electricity Delivery & Energy Reliability
Monroe Community College CES Unit for Grid Support - DTE Energy
This project is designed to demonstrate a proof of concept for aggregated Community Energy Storage Devices in a utility territory. The project is comprised of the following major research objectives: 1) Installation of 20 Community Energy Storage (CES) devices across a utility territory; 2) The installation and use of centralized communication across the service territory; 3) The integration of a renewable resource with energy storage; 4) The creation of algorithms for dispatching CES devices for peak shaving and demand response; 5) The integration and testing of secondary-use electric vehicle batteries; and 6) The use of Energy storage devices to provide ancillary services to the power grid.
In 2011, with funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Detroit Edison installed a 500-kW solar array at the main campus of Monroe County Community College. Attached to the solar array is a 500-kW battery that allows for the solar array's power to discharge more steadily throughout the day.
Jan 01, 2010
Feb 22, 2011
1555 S Raisinville Rd,
Monroe , Michigan 48161
Detroit Edison Energy
500 kW Solar Array
OWNERSHIP & VALUE CHAIN PARTNERS
S&C Electric Company
COST & PERFORMANCE
Federal/National American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - RD&D
US Department of Energy, Office of Electricity - ARRA Grant
National Energy Technology Laboratory
This system will be used to analyze the performance of CES devices and control systems under in-service operating conditions to identify gaps and facilitate how the devices can be standardized for use across the US.
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2016-06-14 09:44 PM UTC