The Recurrent Energy-Crimson Battery Energy Storage System is a 200,000kW energy storage project located in California, US.
The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses lithium-ion as its storage technology. The project was announced in 2020 and will be commissioned in 2022.
The Recurrent Energy-Crimson Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Recurrent Energy.
The key applications of the project are reliable power supply and grid stability.
Recurrent Energy is the developer of Recurrent Energy-Crimson Battery Energy Storage System.
The projects is part of Southern California Edison’s 590 Megawatts of New Energy Storage Capacity. Southern California Edison has signed long-term contracts for four projects totaling 590 MW of battery energy storage resources. Three of the four projects are utility-scale projects totaling 585 MW and will take advantage of lithium-ion batteries that can store energy for use later.
About Recurrent Energy
Recurrent Energy LLC (Recurrent Energy) a subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc, is a clean energy company that develops utility-scale solar and energy storage projects. The company specializes in the development and operation solar energy projects that generate electricity. It has solar projects in North America. Recurrent Energy’s projects include Rosamond 1, Rosamond 2, Victor Phelan, Gillespie, Sunningdale 1, Apollo, Mustang and Garland project, and among others. The company has operations in the US and Canada. Recurrent Energy is headquartered in San Francisco, California, the US.
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