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Axion Solar Farm 9.1 MW Coatesville

Technology Type Lead Carbon Battery
Rated Power 9000 kW
URL More about Axion Solar Farm 9.1 MW Coatesville
Axion Power International, Inc., a developer of advanced lead-carbon PbC® batteries, energy storage systems and frequency regulation systems, has been designated as the supplier of energy storage and frequency regulation for a solar farm that will be the largest in Pennsylvania. The Coatesville Solar Initiative (CSI) announced its choice of Axion Power and its PbC® technology and batteries for the 48-acre project. Axion Power PbC PowerCube™ technology has been admitted to connect with the 13-state PJM power grid, and brings that certification to the CSI project. Phase I & II of the multi-phased project is comprised of two 2.4 MW solar facilities, generating approximately 6.3 million kWh which CSI has contractually agreed to sell Coatesville Area School District (CASD) through a 25-year solar power purchase agreement (SPPA). According to CSI, when completed, the 9.1 MW solar farm will be the largest solar park facility in Pennsylvania.
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Project Status
Status Announced
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Siting
Location

New Castle, Pennsylvania
United States

ISO/RTO PJM
Utility Type
Paired Grid Resource
Paired Grid Resource Solar
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Ownership & Value Chain Partners
Ownership Model Third-Party-Owned
Equity Owner 1 Axion Power International
Energy Storage Technology Provider Axion Power International
Cost & Performance
Performance N/A
Benefits
Service Use Case Frequency Regulation
Renewables Energy Time Shift
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