Hawaii to receive electricity battery storage system

Saft signed a $1 million contract to provide an energy storage system for the Hawaii Renewable Energy Storage System project on the Big Island.

Saft will provide two Intensium Max 20E containers that will work in conjunction with the project, which increases the electric grid’s ability to integrate more renewable energy. The system creates a turnkey solution comprised of a Li-ion battery, power conditioning system, communications interface and installation and commissioning features.

Deliveries are slated to begin in April of 2012.

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