DOE Global Energy Storage Database
Office of Electricity Delivery & Energy Reliability
Rabbit Hill Energy Storage Project
This project appears to be delayed.
The Rabbit Hill Energy Storage Project, located in Georgetown, Texas, is a joint project between Ormat Technologies and Alevo to build, own and operate the energy storage system. Ormat will own and fund the majority of the Rabbit Hill energy storage project and under the terms of the agreements, will provide engineering, construction services and balance of plant equipment. The project will consist of three Alevo GridBank inorganic lithium ion energy storage systems and six Parker-Hannifin 890- GTB Power Conversion Systems (PCS). Alevo will also provide ongoing management and operations and maintenance services for the life of the project.
The 10 MW project will consist of three GridBank enclosures and will provide fast responding regulation services (FRRS) as an open market participant in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), an independent system operator that manages the flow of electric power to Texas customers. The project represents an evolution of the Texas market, which has more wind installed than any other state and has a rapidly expanding base of installed solar energy projects.
Mar 30, 2016
Dec 31, 2016
Georgetown Utility Systems
OWNERSHIP & VALUE CHAIN PARTNERS
COST & PERFORMANCE
Performance metrics not available.
2016-04-05 09:22 PM UTC
2016-10-12 05:18 PM UTC