The Duke Energy-Jennings Battery Energy Storage System is a 5,500kW energy storage project located in Hamilton County, Florida, US.
The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses lithium-ion as its storage technology. The project was announced in 2019.
The Duke Energy-Jennings Battery Energy Storage System was developed by Duke Energy Florida. The project is owned by Duke Energy Florida (100%), a subsidiary of Duke Energy.
The key applications of the project are islanding and frequency regulation.
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Duke Energy Florida and Samsung SDI have delivered the battery energy storage project.
Jennings lithium-based battery facility is located 1.5 miles south of the Florida Georgia border in Hamilton County. The project will continue to improve power reliability through energy storage as an alternative solution to installing new and more costly distribution equipment.
About Duke Energy Florida
Duke Energy Florida, LLC (Duke Energy Florida), a subsidiary of Duke Energy Corp, is a regulated public utility. It carries out the generation, transmission, distribution and sale of electricity in Florida. The company operates diversified generation facilities utilizing coal, gas and oil. Duke Energy Florida’s power generation portfolio includes, fully owned and jointly owned power generation facilities. It operates low voltage, medium voltage and high voltage lines across Florida. The company serves residential, commercial, industrial and wholesale customers. Duke Energy Florida is headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida, the US.
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