Apex Clean Energy to develop energy storage sites in Texas


Apex Clean Energy, the company known in Oklahoma for its wind farm developments over the past several years, now plans to build two battery storage systems in Texas.

The projects will add nearly 200 MG of energy to the state’s ERCOT grid by using the Centipede Platform and StackOS battery management system provided by Powin LLC.

The pair is known as the Angelo and Great Kiskadee storage projects, each with a two-hour battery duration reported Renewables Now.

The projects come on the heels of Apex Clean Energy’s recent announcement of development of up to 150 wind turbines on 45,000 acres it leased in Nowata County of northern Oklahoma.

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