LS Energy Solutions delivered its first all-in-one AiON Energy Storage System (AiON-ESS) to V20 Energy, a New Jersey-based storage project developer. LS-ES will provide 14.6 MW/13.7 MWh of energy storage from 17 AiON-ESS containers. The project is being commissioned and is expected to be interconnected to the grid in Q2 in New Jersey.
Launched in late 2021, AiON-ESS is a flexible, modular AC energy storage solution available in two models for 1-hour and 2- to 4-hour applications. The AiON-ESS offers a variety of configurations to address a range of power and energy use cases, from 1 MW to multi-100-MW utility-scale applications. To ensure compliance with the highest safety standards, the Power Series has received a UL 9540 certification.
The configuration for V20 Energy is the AiON-ESS Power Series, which includes Tier-1 lithium-ion batteries combined with LS-ES’s string inverter platform in a single, scalable, modular format. Its all-in-one design and AC output facilitate ease of installation, operation and maintenance.
As part of the PJM Interconnection, the world’s largest wholesale electricity market, the project will enable V20 Energy to participate in the PJM ancillary services markets.
“Our design incorporates features which reduce on-site work and material by incorporating these functions in a stable and repeatable factory environment,” said Steve Fludder, CEO of LS Energy Solutions. We are leading a transition from executing bespoke projects to delivering standardized products.”
Paul Matinho, who leads V20 Energy said, “The LS Energy Solutions team has been great to work with on our first major energy storage project. We value the relationship, their industry experience, and the ability to creatively solve a couple of first project challenges together. We look forward to announcing our next storage project with LS Energy Solutions’ AiON-ESS very soon.”
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