The Google Henderson Data Center Facility – Battery Energy Storage System is a 250,000kW energy storage project located in Las Vegas, Nevada, US.
The project will be commissioned in 2023.
The Google Henderson Data Center Facility – Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by NV Energy. The project is owned by NV Energy (100%), a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy.
The key applications of the project are renewable energy integaration, electric energy time shift and demand response.
NV Energy is the owner. NV Energy is the developer.
Google plans to sign an energy supply agreement (ESA) for its $600 million data center in Nevada with local utility NV Energy to provide clean power from a 350 MW solar PV project and a battery storage system with capacity ranging between 250 MW and 280 MW.
About NV Energy
NV Energy Inc (NVE), a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy Co, is an energy holding company, which provides a wide range of services through its principal subsidiaries, Nevada Power Co and Sierra Pacific Power Co. NVE delivers electricity to residential, commercial and industrial customers. It also sells electricity and natural gas to other utilities, municipalities and energy marketing companies. The company generates electricity at its own power plants in Southern Nevada and augments its resources with renewable energy and other power supplies. It also provides natural gas to customers in the Reno-Sparks area of northern Nevada. NVE services find application in gaming, recreation, and warehousing, manufacturing and governmental industries. NVE is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, the US.
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