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    1. Consumers Energy Selects Doosan GridTech To Deliver Innovative Battery Energy Storage System

      Consumers Energy Selects Doosan GridTech To Deliver Innovative Battery Energy Storage System

      Consumers Energy has selected Doosan GridTech as its partner to deliver one of the energy provider’s first battery energy storage systems. The Parkview storage system will be deployed at the Colony Farm substation in Kalamazoo, Michigan with a capacity of one megawatt which is enough energy to power 1,000 homes for an hour. “More than 40 percent of the energy we produce will come from renewable sources and energy storage by 2040, so this battery storage project is an important step today,” said Jean-Francois Brossoit, Consumers Energy’s senior vice president for transformation, engineering and operations support. “We look forward to innovating with Doosan GridTech to help meet our new clean energy goal while still providing safe, reliable and affordable energy to Michigan homes and businesses.”

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      Mentions: Asia Duke Energy MI
    2. Alevo Introduces GB50™ mini-GridBank for Commercial and Industrial Applications

      Alevo Introduces GB50™ mini-GridBank for Commercial and Industrial Applications

      Alevo, the Energy Storage Provider, has today introduced the GB50TM, a standalone 50KWh/100KW enclosed rack battery energy storage system (ESS) designed specifically for behind-the-meter commercial and industrial markets. The GB50 uses the same patented, non-flammable inorganic electrolyte as the Alevo GridBankTM, ensuring that it delivers the same high performance and reliability as its larger counterpart. Essentially providing the equivalent energy and power of a single rack in Alevo’s flagship 1MWh/2MW GridBank, the GB50 can be deployed as a standalone ESS or strung together in any increments up to a full-sized 1MWh/2MW GridBank. Its use of AlevolyteTM, Alevo’s patented inorganic electrolyte, makes it the world’s premier, safety-first system for installation into existing structures supporting commercial and industrial applications.

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      Mentions: Switzerland
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