January 27, 2017
On Thursday, January 19th Alevo reached a giant milestone when it delivered its first GridBank to the Snook Substation in Hagerstown, Maryland. The 2MW/1MWh GridBank unit is the first of 12 MWs that Alevo will be installing in Hagerstown. This unit will be utilized primarily for frequency regulation and charging/discharging cycles in durations of less than an hour.
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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