EnSync, Inc., a leading developer of innovative distributed energy resources (DERs), announces the full commissioning and live operation of an advanced energy generation, storage and management system at a Spectrum headend facility in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, as part of a power purchase agreement owned by a leading U.S. infrastructure investor.

For Spectrum's Kailua-Kona facility, the flat load is usually between 90 to 100 kilowatts (kW) and is now being supplied with 400 kW of carport-mounted photovoltaics and two EnSync Energy DER SuperModule™ units. The excess solar energy is stored in the SuperModules' cumulative 1,008-kilowatt hours (kWh) of lithium ion energy batteries. When on-site solar generation ceases, the system discharges the batteries to provide the facility with energy. The DER Flex™ software and Matrix™ Energy Management hardware, which are housed with the energy storage in a SuperModule standard intermodal container, manage the system's intelligent features.

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