The Exelon/RES Clinton County – BESS is a 10,000kW energy storage project located in Wilmington, Ohio, US.
The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses lithium-ion as its storage technology. The project was announced in 2016 and was commissioned in 2016.
The Exelon/RES Clinton County – BESS was developed by Renewable Energy Systems Americas. The project is owned by Exelon Generation (100%), a subsidiary of Exelon.
The key application of the project is frequency regulation.
Exelon Generation, Renewable Energy Systems Americas and Samsung SDI have delivered the battery energy storage project.
The monitoring, dispatch and control of the system will be handled by the RESolve energy platform, a proprietary technology developed by RES. RESolve will manage the system to maximize revenue and minimize battery degradation.
About Renewable Energy Systems Americas
Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. (RES Americas), a subsidiary of Renewable Energy Systems Ltd. is an energy company that provides engineering, procurement and construction services. The company offers layout design, software design, solar array layout design, land acquisition, permitting and environmental review, technical analysis, scheduling, financing, resource assessment, land procurement, project design, permitting, transmission, interconnection work and power marketing. It provides costing, procurement, management, and quality and environmental processes services. RES Americas’ engineering services includes renewable energy project design, including turbine foundation design, geotechnical engineering, civil site work design, electrical collection and grounding system design, solar PV system design and optimization. The company serves wind, solar, transmission, energy storage projects and demand side management. It operates in California, Connecticut, Minnesota, and Texas. RES Americas is headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, the US.
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