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Aquion to deliver sodium microgrid battery system to Hawaii

Fri, 01/09/2015 - 11:02 -- Anonymous
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Aquion's AHI M-Line battery module
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US energy storage developer Aquion Energy is to provide a 1MWh battery as part of a private off-grid solar PV microgrid at the Kona coast on the Island of Hawaii.

The Aquion Energy’s Aqueous Hybrid Ion (AHI) battery will be the world’s biggest privately owned battery and connected to a 176 kW solar PV array. The system is designed to generate 350MWh per year. The application will be installed at private residential estate Bakken Hale.

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Saft secures major li-ion battery deal in Hawaii

Wed, 07/30/2014 - 10:06 -- Anonymous
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French battery supplier Saft is to supply a lithium-ion battery energy storage system (ESS) to a 12MW PV plant on Kauai Island, Hawaii, US.

Saft was contracted by Kauai Island Utility Co-operative (KIUC) to provide the 6MW ESS consisting of 10 containers in order to stabilise the Kauai island grid. Saft said the deal is worth “multi-million dollars”.

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Xtreme Power installs lithium-ion batteries in Hawaii

Fri, 11/22/2013 - 12:27 -- Anonymous
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The Hawaiian island of Kauai is home to the lithium-ion battery system
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Xtreme Power has expanded its lithium-ion battery energy storage systems on the Hawaiian island of Kauai with the addition of 2MW of power installed on at 12MW.

This is the eighth energy storage system Xtreme Power has installed in Hawaii including an existing 4.5MW system in operation in Kauai.

The energy storage is installed concurrently with 12MW photovoltaic system. The batteries will provide ramp rate control and fast frequency response and lessen the island’s reliance on diesel fuel.

The project is due for commissioning in May 2014.

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