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    2. Eos Supplying Non-Lithium Batteries for Duke, UCSD Storage Projects

      Eos Supplying Non-Lithium Batteries for Duke, UCSD Storage Projects
      Duke Energy is commissioning a 30kW/120kW non-lithium battery for its McAlpine microgrid test facility in North Carolina. Eos Energy Storage is manufacturer and supplier of the Aurora 2.0 battery system for the McAlpine substation in Charlotte. The zinc battery system has been directly integrated, or DC-coupled, to a grid-connected solar array using a DC-DC converter instead of an AC-inverter to eliminate unnecessary hardware and reduce efficiency losses.
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    3. How LADWP Uses Two Lakes To Store Energy Like A Giant Battery

      How LADWP Uses Two Lakes To Store Energy Like A Giant Battery
      The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has turned two big lakes into a monster battery capable of storing enough energy to power tens of thousands of homes. It involves using the excess wind and solar power L.A.'s renewable energy sites produce during the day to pump water from Castaic Lake uphill 7.5 miles to Pyramid Lake. Then, late in the day, when the sun goes ...
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  1. Quotes about California

    1. It's very interesting to be working in California -- watching how storage is being [viewed] by system operators and how it lines up with broad policy objectives.
      In AES on the 50 MW of Grid Energy Storage Destined for Southern California
    2. With the support of DOE, the Energy Commission, our technical team and investors, EnerVault's long-duration, grid-scale energy storage systems are ready to participate in California's ground-breaking energy storage market in less than five years from our first round of funding.
      In California Energy Commission Joins U.S. Department of Energy to Dedicate EnerVault’s Long-Duration Energy Storage System
    3. The EnerVault Turlock project solidifies California's position as an incubator of companies that attract investment, and demonstrates the value of public-sector investments in energy research and development.
      In California Energy Commission Joins U.S. Department of Energy to Dedicate EnerVault’s Long-Duration Energy Storage System
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    3. Storage Technology:

      Compressed Air/Gas, Flow Battery, Flywheel, Hydrogen, Lead, Liquid Metal, Lithium, Magnesium, Mechanical Storage, Nickel, Pumped Hydro, Sodium, Supercapacitors, Thermal, Vanadium, Zinc
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