PAPAGO: 1,200 MWh (1,519 MWh DC nominal)
GUELPH, Ontario, August 16, 2023: e-STORAGE will deliver 1,200 MWh (1,519 MWh DC nominal) of energy storage solutions to Recurrent Energy’s Papago Storage project in Arizona. Recurrent Energy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar, is expected to begin construction on Papago Storage in the third quarter of 2024.
Once operational, Papago Storage will be one of the world’s largest standalone energy storage projects and the largest standalone energy storage project in Arizona. Papago Storage will utilize e-STORAGE’s SolBank, a proprietary battery energy storage solution designed and manufactured for utility-scale applications. e-STORAGE will supply and commission the entire Battery Energy Storage System by integrating the SolBank with battery inverters and controls. e-STORAGE will also offer operations and maintenance services and comprehensive performance guarantees under a 20-year long-term service agreement to the project.
“SolBank, our proprietary battery storage product, offers best-in-market product performance and safety. The launch of SolBank 2.0 reaffirms our commitment to innovation and cost-competitiveness and showcases our capability to provide top-tier technology, quality, and service on a global scale. e-STORAGE’s impressive track record is demonstrated by our recent delivery of 1,200 MWh of Energy Storage solutions to the Papago Storage project in Arizona (the world’s largest standalone energy storage project and the largest standalone energy storage project in Arizona), which serves as concrete evidence of our ability to consistently deliver cutting-edge solutions at scale. As we expand, we remain committed to investing in research and development, and forging strategic partnerships to bring our vision of a greener, sustainable future to life.”