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Swell Energy launches virtual power plant program for homeowners in Queens, New York

Swell Energy launches virtual power plant program for homeowners in Queens, New York

March 17, 2021 at 10:45 am 0 comments

Swell Energy has started a new residential solar plus storage program for homeowners in Queens, New York. The program will be deployed in partnership with Con Edison, the energy company that serves New York City, and aims to deliver solar-powered home batteries to eligible customers creating an aggregated network ofRead More

You down with VPPs? How the virtual power plant movement is going so far

You down with VPPs? How the virtual power plant movement is going so far

March 5, 2021 at 10:07 am Comments are Disabled

As has been the case with many good science fiction inventions of the last century, we are finally getting around to building virtual power plants (VPPs), or a software-and-wire linked network of small residential and commercial electricity generators, that together resemble a multimillion-dollar utility power plant. While the wires linkingRead More

Swell Energy virtual power plant deal with Hawaiian Electric approved by PUC

Swell Energy virtual power plant deal with Hawaiian Electric approved by PUC

January 18, 2021 at 11:50 am Comments are Disabled

The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved Swell Energy‘s $25 million contract with Hawaiian Electric for the delivery of various grid services through an aggregated “virtual power plant” (VPP) on three islands. Swell Energy, a California-based energy and smart grid solutions provider, will deploy behind-the-meter solar-powered home batteries to approximately 6,000Read More

Swell Energy is building four utility-backed solar + storage VPPs totaling 200 MWh

Swell Energy is building four utility-backed solar + storage VPPs totaling 200 MWh

December 15, 2020 at 2:50 pm Comments are Disabled

Swell Energy is financing the construction of four virtual power plants (VPPs) representing over 200 MWh of distributed energy storage paired with 100 MW of solar photovoltaic capacity in three states — approximately 14,000 solar energy generation and storage systems, intended to provide valuable grid services to the utilities and theRead More