1. Not-for-Profit Utilities in US Pick 'Cost-Effective' Grid-Scale Battery Storage

    Not-for-Profit Utilities in US Pick 'Cost-Effective' Grid-Scale Battery Storage

    Minnesota electric cooperative Connexus Energy has confirmed recent press reports that it is building 15MW / 30MWh of battery energy storage, while another not-for-profit, Vermont Electric Cooperative, will build a 1.9MW / 5.3MWh system in its service area. Connexus is part of Great River Energy, an electric transmission and generation cooperative and the second largest utility in Minnesota. Connexus serves about 130,000 residential and commercial properties in its service area. It issued a statement yesterday stating that the “innovative” solar-plus-storage project is now under construction.

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