June 23, 2020

Fluence unveils intelligent, modular storage product with 800 MW/2,300 MWh of projects

Storage company Fluence was selected for 800 MW, 2,300 MWh worth of projects for its newest energy storage technology “stack,” equipped with a modular building block “cube” and machine learning, the company announced Tuesday.

The demand for the technology is indicative of a rapidly growing storage market, where a large number of independent power producers and utilities are building and installing storage systems, Jason Burwen, vice president of policy at the Energy Storage Association (ESA), told Utility Dive

“We never want to lose sight of the fact that businesses have the running room to do these kinds of innovations when they have a lot of customers and demand,” he said, adding that it’s important to reduce policy barriers to deploying these assets. 

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