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Veridian Microgrid To Combine Tesla Powerwall, EV Charging, and Solar Using Opus One Software

Veridian Connections announced this week they are rolling out a “virtual power plant,” with a new microgrid system.  The southern Ontario utility says the microgrid project will provide significant benefits to their customers. “This project serves as the ideal opportunity for Veridian to further highlight and enhance the integration of renewables with microgrid operation into Ontario’s energy landscape for our customers. It’s also the first step …

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Sumitomo Group Commissions Large-Scale Battery Storage System in PJM

In addition to microgrid deployments, advanced battery energy storage systems are also increasingly being used by utilities and independent system operators (ISOs) responsible for managing state and regional power grids. The Sumitomo Group’s Wiley Battery Utility LLC on January 13 announced it is ready to commission an innovative, utility-scale battery storage system in Hamilton County, Ohio. With a maximum power …

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New CalCharge Leader Aims to Create Energy Storage Industry Hub

Founded in 2014 by the non-profit California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF), CalCharge is leveraging its growing roster of member companies and working relationships with three San Francisco Bay area national labs to create an energy storage R&D and industry hub in California. On January 11, Calcharge announced Alex Luce had been named its new program director. Microgrid Media spoke with Luce to …

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