RES was awarded the project through a competitive RFP process and will be providing a full turnkey energy storage system powered by RES’ proprietary Energy Management System (EMS). RES’ agreement provides engineering, procurement, and construction services, along with asset management and performance guarantees. Construction will begin this summer with an expected commercial operation date in the first quarter of 2018.
“RES is excited to be providing a tailored RESolve ESS solution to meet our IPP partner’s specific needs” said RES’ Director of Energy Storage, Matthew Krivos. “This marks RES’ second large-scale energy storage project contracted in the California energy storage market this year and third globally totalling 90MW/190MWh. The RESolve ESS provides safe, reliable, robust, and economic solutions for both IPP and utility customers.”
Currently, RES’ contracted energy storage portfolio exceeds 240MW and 275MWh. The company has been providing development, engineering, construction, and operations services to the utility-scale wind, solar, transmission, and energy storage markets across the Americas since 1977. It employs more than 500 full-time professionals and has over 9,000 MW of utility-scale renewable energy and energy storage projects. It has also constructed more than 1,000 miles of transmission lines throughout the US and Canada.
Globally, RES has developed and/or built over 12 GW of renewable energy capacity, has an asset management portfolio exceeding 2 GW, and is active in a range of renewable technologies including wind, solar, energy storage, and transmission.
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