1. Duke Energy is getting charged up about batteries

    Duke Energy is getting charged up about batteries

    At the Rankin substation, a 402-kilowatt/282-kilowatt-hour sodium nickel chloride battery system is smoothing out large minute-by-minute peaks and valleys in electricity production from a 1.2-megawatt solar facility at an industrial complex about three miles away.

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