The Gonzales Microgrid Project is a smart grid project being developed in Gonzales Agricultural Industrial Business Park, Texas, US. It is a distributed generation microgrid renewable integration project.
The installation of the project began in 2021 and is expected to be completed in 2022.
The Gonzales Microgrid Project is currently in the planning stage and will use smart grid technology. The project has a rated capacity of 35MW.
The $70m smart grid project is owned by Concentric Power and is being installed by Concentric Power.
The Gonzales Microgrid Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – 10 MW Thermal Power Supply
- – 10MW / 27.5MWh Energy Battery Storage System
- – 14.5 MW Solar Power Supply
Gonzales Microgrid Project development status
The development of Gonzales Microgrid Project was started in 2021. The project is expected to be commissioned in 2022.
Concentric Power has partnered with Concentric Power to construct and complete the Gonzales Microgrid Project.
– Concentric Power Inc., and Gonzales Electric Authority (GEA) have executed an Energy Services Agreement (ESA) to deliver wholesale electric power via a community-scale microgrid in and around the Gonzales Agricultural Industrial Business Park.
– The microgrid will initially have 35MW of capacity to provide locally generated, resilient and sustainable power to the Agricultural Industrial Park.
– The microgrid will also include a privately owned substation that will allow energy and capacity services to be sold into the California electricity grid.
– Concentric Power will develop, design, build, operate and maintain the microgrid assets, including both generation and distribution.
About Concentric Power
Concentric Power Inc (Concentric Power) is a vertically integrated intelligent microgrid developer with a proven track record in industrial, agricultural, and community applications. The company solves modern grid problems through procurement, engineering, construction, operations, and maintenance services. Concentric Power is headquartered in Campbell, California, the US.
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