The Redstone Arsenal Microgrid Project is a smart grid project located in Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, US. The project was commissioned in 2018.
The Redstone Arsenal Microgrid Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is a microgrid project with a rated capacity of 10MW. It is implemented in the military bases.
The smart grid project is developed by SunPower.
The Redstone Arsenal Microgrid Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – 1 MW Energy Storage System
Redstone Arsenal Microgrid Project development status
The commissioning of Redstone Arsenal Microgrid Project was completed in 2018.
SunPower will construct and complete the Redstone Arsenal Microgrid Project.
– Designed, built and operated by SunPower, the project also features a 1 MW energy storage system. – The Army pursued energy improvement to enhance energy resilience, reduce electricity costs and provide energy diversity.
– This project is a collaboration between the Army Office of Energy Initiatives, Redstone Arsenal, the Army Corps of Engineers, and SunPower. It features a SunPower Oasis Power Plant system.
– The modular solar power block is engineered and built for compatibility with a future microgrid.
SunPower Corp (SunPower) is a provider of solar technology and energy services. The company manufactures, develops and distributes AC panels, micro invertors, batteries and others. It also engineers, procures, finances, constructs and maintains solar power plants to generate power from solar panels. SunPower also offers rooftop, carports, grid equipment controllers and micro inverters, among others. The company sells its solar power solutions through various means including cash sales and long-term leases, EPC services, third-party global dealer network, and O&M services. SunPower serves businesses, residential customers, governments and educational institutions. The company operates in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. SunPower is headquartered in San Jose, California, the US.
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