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    1. Australian Solar Plant to Have World's Largest Power Storage Capacity

      Australian Solar Plant to Have World's Largest Power Storage Capacity

      A roughly $1 billion solar energy project in Australia will employ one of the biggest power storage facilities in the world, with Japanese and Western companies contributing funds. As part of this, a 250-megawatt plant in the state of South Australia will use a 100MW lithium-ion battery storage system. The storage capacity will be on par with a wind farm battery system from Tesla in Australia, now the largest of its kind on the planet. Power generated at the forthcoming plant will be sold to local utilities.

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      Mentions: Australia Japan U.S.
    2. Sumitomo Electric's New Storage Battery is Big Where it Counts

      Sumitomo Electric's New Storage Battery is Big Where it Counts

      OSAKA -- Sumitomo Electric Industries plans to release worldwide this autumn a large-scale storage battery system boasting higher capacity in a smaller, cheaper package than its current offering. The new redox flow battery system takes up just half as much space. An all-in-one design for main components, such as liquid tanks and a pump, enables all necessary devices and parts to fit in a conventional cargo container. This makes the system easier to transport by cargo ship or truck and to set up once delivered. The new product more than halves the time and cost of installation from the current model, which must be assembled at the destination.

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      Mentions: Japan
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