Learn more about the real-world projects and applications for energy storage that are leading the industry towards the goal of 100 Gigawatts by 2030.
This page presents a variety of case studies shared by industry leaders.
By placing a storage system at a retired coal plant, Duke Energy is able to leverage the available transmission capacity at the site while providing ancillary services in PJM’s (Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Maryland) frequency regulation market — generating a new revenue stream.DOWNLOAD
Building A Secure Domestic Supply Chain
Despite the explosive momentum of the domestic storage market, the U.S. is lagging behind in domestic battery cell manufacturing. The U.S. continues to rely on foreign commercial manufacturers to supply the cells at the heart of battery systems.WATCH
MW-Scale Services to Balance Largest US Grid
There is an increasing need for regulation services due to the large-scale integration of intermittent wind and solar generation which affects the physical operation of the modern grid. The grid scale energy storage system, operational since 2012, provides 3 MW regulation serviceDOWNLOAD
Trailblazing Energy Storage Facility in US
Located in a small coastal town in Maine with a population of 2,000 people is the first non wires alternative (NWA) application of battery based storage for utility infrastructure in the US , using advanced lead batteries.DOWNLOAD
Delivering Clean, Reliable Energy to New York
Historic power outages caused by Hurricane Sandy exposed vulnerabilities in the US power grid. The New York State Energy Research & Development Authority formed local and federal partnerships to launch an initiative that incented building owners to add grid resilience BTM.DOWNLOAD
Community Now Has Power When They Need It
A community-owned electricity supplier in Missouri, serving more than 100,000 people, is being supported by an energy storage solution powered by lead batteries. The facility in Springfield is managed in a partnership between City Utilities and NorthStar Battery.DOWNLOAD
CBI Launches Study of Battery Solar Microgrid
CBI has joined other members of the Missouri S&T Microgrid Industrial Consortium to provide resources for the construction of advanced lead battery microgrids at the Missouri S&T EcoVillage. Two on-campus high-tech homes will act as ”living laboratories” for studying renewables.DOWNLOAD