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July 9, 2014

PUD gets $7.3M for energy storage

EVERETT — Snohomish County Public Utility District said it will receive $7.3 million in matching funds from the Washington Clean Energy Fund for an energy storage project.

The PUD will partner with 1Energy Systems of Seattle to build energy storage systems based on Modular Energy Storage Architecture or MESA. It will include two large lithium ion batteries built by LG Chem and Mitsubishi-GS Yuasa. The batteries will use a Parker Hannifin power conversion system and vanadium flow batteries built by UniEnergy Technologies of Mukilteo.


 
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