Canadian Solar to Supply 487 MWh BESS to Aypa Power
- The energy storage items supplied by CSI Energy Storage will certainly be made use of to support Aypa Power's 487 MWh standalone energy storage project in Southern California.
- The standalone energy storage project is anticipated to be functional by the initial half of 2024.
Global renewable resource player Canadian Solar Inc has announced that CSI Energy Storage, had by its subsidiary CSI Solar, will certainly give 487 MWh of SolBank energy storage products to Aypa Power.
Aypa Power is a Blackstone portfolio firm that develops, has as well as operates utility-scale energy storage and also crossbreed renewable energy projects throughout North America. The business currently has greater than 15 GW in advancement throughout North America.
The main declaration of Canadian Solar held that the energy storage products supplied by CSI Energy Storage will be made use of to support Aypa Power's 487 MWh standalone energy storage project in Southern California. The standalone energy storage project is expected to be operational by the first half of 2024.
Canadian Solar will supply its SolBank battery energy storage remedy developed and also produced for utility-scale applications.
Moe Hajabed, CEO of Aypa Power, said on the collaboration with Canadian Solar, "Our Cald project, situated in urban Los Angeles, will offer important reliable capacity as well as assistance California as the state remains to make major progression towards its renewable objectives."
Dr. Shawn Qu, Chairman and also CEO of Canadian Solar, commented, "Aypa Power has actually produced a durable pipeline of energy storage projects that will help reliably change the grid. CSI Energy Storage is delighted to provide SolBank battery energy storage solution to Aypa Power's 487 MWh standalone battery project in Southern California. We eagerly anticipate sustaining Aypa Power's ongoing growth."
Canadian Solar and also Storage Domain
Canadian Solar introduced SolBank energy storage battery service in September 2022. At the same time, it also announced the growth of its battery manufacturing capacity from the existing 2.5 GWh to 10 GWh by the end of 2023.
The solar firm stated that CSI Energy Storage has actually released around 2.3 GWh of BESS to day throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, as well as China. As of January 31, 2023, CSI Energy Storage's complete pipe has actually reached nearly 25 GWh.