AES Energy Storage unveiled a portion of its deployment roadmap for AES Advancion Energy Storage Solutions, which includes the addition of battery-based storage resources across the U.S., South America, and Europe.
Projects in construction or late stage development are expected to deliver 260 MW of interconnected battery-based energy storage, equivalent to 520 MW of flexible power resource, 25 percent of which is expected to be online by mid-2016.
These projects are in addition to the 86 MW of interconnected energy storage, equivalent to 172 MW of resource, AES currently has in operation.
Today, AES announces the expansion of its existing fleet into new markets, including the company’s first utility scale project within the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) in the United States and the first two projects in Europe. Considerable expansions are underway in existing markets, including California, PJM Interconnection and Chile. AES Energy Storage is also actively developing a pipeline of additional projects in multiple global markets.