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The Grid Gets a Very Big Lithium Ion Battery
Author:
Brian Westenhaus
Year:
2013
Abstract:

Portland General Electric’s 5-megawatt, lithium-ion energy storage system was open to the public at the utility’s Salem Smart Power Center in South Salem, Ore. The energy storage facility is part of PGE’s contribution to the Battelle-led Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project. Half of PGE’s $23-million portion of the regional project was paid for with U.S. Department of Energy funds. The regional demonstration is a five-year, $178-million project that launched in 2010.

Document Type:
Magazine Articles
Source:
oilprice.com