Wind energy project to get energy storage system

Chicago-based Invenergy LLC and Xtreme Power, a real-time power management and energy storage solution company, announced the launch of their joint venture to deploy a fast-acting energy storage system at Invenergy’s 210 MW Grand Ridge Wind project in illinois.

The energy storage installation will supply renewable power to the new frequency response market administered by regional transmission organization PJM. Xtreme Power's 1.5 MW Regulation Power Management (RPM) is made to be versatile and scalable using lithium-titanate battery technology and an AGC signal to harness full four-quadrant power in less than one second.

This project marks Xtreme Power's fourteenth installation and will add to the company's approximately 77 MW project portfolio when it begins operation in December.

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