ConEd teams with Eos Energy for energy storage project

Eos Energy Storage and Consolidated Edison Inc. (NYSE: ED), are teaming up to install and test Eos’ energy storage technology at ConEd’s facilities.

The pilot test is a scale up of Eos’ core product, a 1 MW grid-scale battery called the Eos Aurora. The Aurora is backed by the company’s low-cost and proprietary zinc hybrid cathode technology.

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority is funding the project.

Author

  • Kathleen Davis is senior editor for POWERGRID International (formerly Utility Automation & Engineering T&D) magazine and Electric Light & Power magazine. Additionally, she serves as program chair for the Utility Products Conf. and Expo as well as on the international committee for DistribuTECH. With nearly a decade in the industry, Davis specializes in new T&D research technologies and the intricate specifics of European power markets. She graduated from Wichita State University with an MFA in poetry/creative writing in 1999.

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Kathleen Davis is senior editor for POWERGRID International (formerly Utility Automation & Engineering T&D) magazine and Electric Light & Power magazine. Additionally, she serves as program chair for the Utility Products Conf. and Expo as well as on the international committee for DistribuTECH. With nearly a decade in the industry, Davis specializes in new T&D research technologies and the intricate specifics of European power markets. She graduated from Wichita State University with an MFA in poetry/creative writing in 1999.

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