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GE and Con Edison 8 MWh

Technology Type Lithium-ion Battery
Rated Power 2000 kW
Duration at Rated Power (HH:MM) 0:15.00 / 4.00
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General Electric (GE) announced that it will supply Con Edison Development (CED) with an 8 MWh battery energy storage system in Central Valley, CA. The new storage solution will be utilizing GE’s Mark VIe-based plant control system, Brilliance MW Inverters, and packaged lithium ion battery modules. As part of its expanding energy storage portfolio, this project marks the first time GE will introduce a lithium-ion battery solution. The system will provide two megawatts of power over a four-hour period, and the deal includes delivery of a complete energy storage system, with associated long-term service agreements. Working with CED, GE utilized advanced analytics and modeling to evaluate potential benefits of the energy storage system. The California-based installation will be CED’s first energy storage project and will serve as a learning tool for optimizing and operating energy storage facilities in the future.
This data has been validated by project staff through a review of publicly available information about the project, and verified by the project owner. Information is accurate as of 2016-04-29.
Project Status
Status Contracted
Commissioning On DD.02.YYYY
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Siting
Location

Central Valley, California
United States

ISO/RTO CAISO
Utility Type
Paired Grid Resource
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Ownership & Value Chain Partners
Ownership Model Third-Party-Owned
Equity Owner 1 Con Edison Development
Energy Storage Technology Provider General Electric
O&M Contractor General Electric
Cost & Performance
Performance Performance metrics not available
Benefits
Service Use Case Electric Supply Reserve Capacity - Spinning
Renewables Energy Time Shift

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