October 2, 2017
Alevo has officially recommenced selling frequency regulation services in Hagerstown, Maryland with ESS Snook. Project Snook is currently operating at 500kW and will begin incremental testing for PJM certification up to 2MW, 1 MWH. Upon completion, Snook will provide frequency regulation services at nameplate capacity.
Unfortunately, despite Snook’s success, Alevo has had a challenging 2017 thus far with the chapter 11 filing of Alevo’s U.S. management and manufacturing divisions.
Overall, Alevo as a whole is currently looking for a strategic partner or group to carry forward their uniquely disruptive, non-flammable, high-power lithium-ion battery technology.
Despite the challenges, Alevo continues to press on in its mission to fundamentally improve the electric grid.
250-kilowatts of Alevo Battery Technology will become part of the Duke Energy Microgrid Research Center in Mount Holly, North Carolina. Duke Energy established a testing center at their Mount Holly Training facility a few years ago to explore new microgrid technologies and take an in-depth look at how new microgrid technology can enhance the grid. […]
In late 2014, a virtually unknown company called Alevo announced it was entering the energy storage market with a new inorganic, sulfur-based lithium ion battery technology that it had acquired from the bankrupt German company fortu PowerCell. Alevo entered the U.S. with a big splash, investing over $68 million in the 3.5 million-square-foot former Philip Morris […]
Alevo, the energy storage company, today announced is highest score yet