The East Hampton Energy Storage Center – Battery Energy Storage System is a 5,000kW energy storage project located in East Hampton, New York, US.
The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses lithium-ion as its storage technology. The project was commissioned in 2018.
The East Hampton Energy Storage Center – Battery Energy Storage System was developed by National Grid North America and NextEra Energy Resources. The project is owned by National Grid North America (50%), a subsidiary of National Grid and NextEra Energy Resources (50%), a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Capital Holdings.
The key applications of the project are demand response and grid support services.
National Grid North America and NextEra Energy Resources have delivered the battery energy storage project.
The East Hampton battery project is expected to be bigger — up to eight hours of duration, the storage facility will supplement existing gas peaker plants in helping meet peak demand on the island.
About NextEra Energy Resources
NextEra Energy Resources LLC (NEER), a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Capital Holdings Inc,is a diversified clean energy company and is one of the largest wholesale generators of electric power in the US. The company, together with its subsidiaries owns, develops, constructs, manages and operates electricity generating facilities in wholesale energy markets in the US, Canada and Spain. The company generates electricity using different fuel sources such as natural gas and oil, wind, solar and nuclear. It offers electricity to utilities, retail electricity providers, power cooperatives, municipal electricity providers and industrial companies. The company also provides energy and capacity requirement services; conducts power and gas marketing and trading activities; participates in natural gas, natural gas liquids and oil production and pipeline infrastructure development; and owns a retail electricity provider. NEER is headquartered in Juno Beach, Florida, the US.
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