We Deliver Energy Storage: With experience, technological understanding and a strong balance sheet to be your partner of choice
By delivering highly engineered Energy Storage solutions, E.ON manages grid stability, reduces renewable curtailment, and provides Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) to better align energy supply and energy demand. As a fully integrated utility, E.ON has decades of experience operating Transmission and Distribution (T&D) networks as well as integrating, operating and managing more than 6 GW of renewable generation across North America. Over the past six years E.ON has successfully developed, financed, constructed and now operates 50 MW of Energy Storage to solve various industry related problems, including grid stability and reliability, Transmission and Distribution deferral, Non-Wires Alternatives (NWA), Peak Load shifting and Microgrid & Renewables integration in both Front of The Meter (FTM) and Behind The Meter (BTM) applications.
In order to develop cutting edge solutions for our customers, the E.ON Energy Storage team brings together both market, system and technical expertise to deliver cutting edge solutions for our Customers and Partners. Our team brings decades of experience and strong capabilities in areas such as battery chemistry, electrical engineering, application analytics, business development and market design – all backed by a strong, reliable and forward thinking organization.
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Iron Horse is a combined energy storage (10MW / 2.5MWh) and solar (2.4MW) photovoltaic project located in Tucson, Arizona. E.ON was selected by the utility Tucson Electric Power (TEP) to develop, procure, finance, construct, own and maintain the combined system. In return, TEP will purchase the energy and capacity from the project and dispatch the battery based on its system needs.
Inadale Energy Storage (9.9MW / 5.0 MWh) system is co–located at the Inadale Wind Farm near Roscoe, Texas. E.ON owns the project in addition to providing the development, financing, operations and maintenance. System Dispatching and Energy Management are provided by E.ON on a daily basis. The project participates in the ERCOT day-ahead ancillary service market.
Pyron Energy Storage (9.9MW / 5.0 MWh) system is co–located at the Pyron Wind Farm near Sweetwater, Texas. E.ON owns the project in addition to providing the development, financing, operations and maintenance. System Dispatching and Energy Management are provided by E.ON on a daily basis. The project participates in the ERCOT day-ahead ancillary service market.
We develop, build and operate fuel and emissions free windfarms in North America.
Leveraging our expertise to prosper in this sector.