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Queens College-CUNY PV System

Technology Type Lithium-ion Battery
Rated Power 60 kW
URL More about Queens College-CUNY PV System
The U.S. Department of Energy announced on Tuesday support for a three-year collaboration with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and the New York Power Authority (NYPA) that includes designing a solar+storage system at Queens College of the City University of New York (CUNY), under the SunShot Initiative’s ‘Sustainable And Holistic Integration Of Energy Storage And Solar PV’ (SHINES). The 50 to 60 kW PV system would ideally be built near the FitzGerald Gymnasium, which serves as a coastal storm shelter for the community.
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Project Status
Status Announced
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Siting
Location

New York, New York
United States

ISO/RTO NYISO
Utility Type
Paired Grid Resource
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Ownership & Value Chain Partners
Ownership Model Third-Party-Owned
Equity Owner 1 EPRI
Equity Owner 2 University of New York (CUNY) Queens College
Energy Storage Technology Provider LG Chem
Power Electronics Provider PowerHub
Integrator Company Eaton
Developer Alstom Grid, Clean Power Research
Cost & Performance
Performance N.A
Benefits
Service Use Case Electric Bill Management with Renewables
Resiliency
Funding
Funding Source 1 Federal/National
US Department of Energy
$3100000
Funding Source 2 Private/Third Party
EPRI
$3200000
Research Partner
Research Institution Case Western Reserve University
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