The MS Solar 6 Golden Triangle II – Battery Energy Storage System is a 50,000kW energy storage project located in Lowndes County, Mississippi, US. The rated storage capacity of the project is 200,000kWh.
The project was announced in 2021 and will be commissioned in 2023.
The MS Solar 6 Golden Triangle II – Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Origis Energy USA. The project is owned by Origis Energy USA (100%).
Origis Energy USA is the owner. Origis Energy USA is the developer.
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is partnering with Origis Energy to develop the 150-megawatt solar and 50-megawatt battery storage facility in Lowndes County, Mississippi, to support Facebook’s two data centers in the Tennessee Valley.
About Origis Energy USA
Origis Energy USA Inc (Origis Energy USA) is a renewable energy company that offers solar energy projects services. The company’s services include engineering, procurement and construction, project development, operations and maintenance, financing, and asset management services. It also offers risk management, contract management, quality control, due diligence and other related services. Origis Energy USA’s project portfolio includes Boise Solar farm, Aigenesia, Agrisolar,LaFayette solar project, Creel Improvement District, Sun Way, and others. It caters its services to commercial and public solar companies, utility, clean energy consumers and investors. The company has operations in the US, Belgium, and Brazil. Origis Energy USA is headquartered in Miami, Florida, the US.
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