Invenergy buys GE wind turbine with battery storage

Invenergy GE brilliant wind turbine Texas farm Durathon battery

Invenergy purchased three GE (NYSE: GE) 2.5-120 wind turbines as part of an 86-turbine deal with GE for a wind farm in Texas. The 2.5-120 uses the power of the industrial internet to analyze data points, which will help manage wind variability while communicating with nearby turbines.

The turbine also incorporates short-term battery storage using the Durathon Battery technology with three software applications that have ramp control, predictable power and regulates frequency.

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