The Campbell Industrial Park Generating Station – Battery Energy Storage System is a 100,000kW energy storage project located in Oahu, Hawaii, US. The rated storage capacity of the project is 100,000kWh.

The project was announced in 2018 and will be commissioned in 2020.

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The Campbell Industrial Park Generating Station – Battery Energy Storage System is owned by Hawaiian Electric (100%), a subsidiary of Hawaiian Electric Industries.

The key applications of the project are electric bill management, resiliency and reliability.

Contractors involved

Hawaiian Electric is the owner of Campbell Industrial Park Generating Station – Battery Energy Storage System.

Additional information

The 100-MW/100-MWh battery energy storage system to be owned and operated by Hawaiian Electric at its Campbell Industrial Park Generating Station will be part of an envisioned group of large-scale energy storage to provide contingency and regulating reserve for the Oahu grid. Hawaiian Electric hopes to start construction in October 2019 with the battery in service by October 2020 at an estimated cost of $104 million.


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