The Red Hook-NY Prize Microgrid Project – Energy Storage System is a 10,000kW energy storage project located in Brooklyn, New York, US.

The project was announced in 2015.


The Red Hook-NY Prize Microgrid Project – Energy Storage System is owned by Consolidated Edison Energy (100%), a subsidiary of Consolidated Edison.

The key applications of the project are electric energy time shift, micro-grid capability and renewable energy time shift.

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Consolidated Edison Energy is the owner of Red Hook-NY Prize Microgrid Project – Energy Storage System.

Additional information

The Red Hook microgrid recently won a $100,000 feasability grant in the NY Prize competition, and developers are now working to submit a November application in the next $1 million round. New York funded three microgrid projects in Brooklyn, and last year Consolidated Edison proposed a demand management program for the borough to delay construction of a $1 billion substation.


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