The InvenergyAPS Six Battery Energy Storage Systems is a 200,000kW energy storage project located in Yuma and Maricopa County, Arizona, US.

The project was announced in 2019 and will be commissioned in 2021.


The Invenergy-APS Six Battery Energy Storage Systems is being developed by Invenergy.

The key applications of the project are renewable energy integaration, electric energy time shift, peak shaving and demand response.

Contractors involved

Invenergy is the developer of Invenergy-APS Six Battery Energy Storage Systems.

Additional information

The projects are the part of Arizona utility’s plan to deploy 850 MW of energy storage by 2025. The utility (APS) will add 200 MW of batteries to existing solar PV facilities, including six battery systems for solar farms in Yuma and Maricopa County.

About Invenergy

Invenergy LLC (Invenergy) is a full-service energy solutions provider. The company invests, develops, constructs, owns, and operates renewable and other clean energy generation and storage facilities. The company captures, generates, and stores power from wind, solar, natural gas. Invenergy provides a range of technology and end-to-end energy solutions to corporations, utilities and other energy asset owners. Its services include asset management, energy management, and engineering and analysis, among others. It also offers on-site and performance inspections and maintenance services. The company operates through regional development offices in the US, Canada, Colombia, Mexico, Japan, Poland and Scotland. Invenergy is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the US.


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