60 MWh of energy storage now operational in SCE territory

Two storage systems Convergent Energy + Power financed and developed in Orange County, California, are now operational in Southern California Edison (SCE) territory. Convergent will operate and maintain the 9-MW/36-MWh and 6-MW/24-MWh lithium-ion energy storage systems at one of SCE’s substations in Santa Ana, California, using Convergent’s energy storage intelligence, PEAK IQ.

Convergent’s energy storage systems are providing resource adequacy to SCE. This improves grid reliability and renewables integration.

“Modernizing our electricity grid is critical to the future of energy and mitigating the climate crisis,” said Convergent CEO Johannes Rittershausen. “Energy storage is essential to reducing our dependency on fossil fuels and Convergent is proud to continue demonstrating its value to customers and communities through innovative partners like SCE in strategic California locations at the forefront of change.”

Convergent’s PEAK IQ energy storage intelligence uses artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to ensure energy is stored and dispatched at the most strategic times.

News item from Convergent

Comments are closed.