September 11, 2019

Virtual Power Plant of 1,000 Homes Planned for Hawaiian Electric

The world’s largest residential virtual power plant is planned for the Hawaiian island of O’ahu, managing the electricity from some 1,000 rooftop solar-plus-storage systems that will be installed under a four-year contract beginning in 2020. Project developers Sunrun and OATI will send the energy from the residential systems to Hawaiian Electric Company’s (HECO) grid as called upon by the utility. The virtual power plant will provide peak demand shaving, on-demand reserve capacity and ancillary services.

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