Ensync Energy Sells PPA For 790-Kw Solar Project At Hawaii Residential Community

EnSync Energy’s modular technology approach also enables the residential complex to easily scale capacity in the future.

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EnSync Energy Systems, a developer of distributed energy resources (DERs), has announced the sale of a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for a 792-kW solar project for a residential community in Hawaii to an undisclosed buyer.

The project will serve over 200 individual meters — with the flexibility to add more meters — and is grid-tied, exporting unused energy to the grid under the Customer Grid-Supply (CGS) tariff.

Using its proprietary modeling technology, EnSync Energy performed significant technical and financial analyses to optimize project sizing and setup for delivering the least expensive and most reliable electricity.

For example, EnSync Energy modeled how unit vacancy interacts with residential load volatility and concluded that a grid-tied project design could protect the value generated by the solar project. The resulting design, execution and successful PPA balanced load needs, special permitting requirements and CGS utility arrangements to maximize savings.

EnSync Energy’s modular technology approach also enables the residential complex to easily scale capacity in the future.

Brad Hansen, CEO and president of EnSync Energy, said, “The many complexities of creating a PPA for this large residential development project, with so many units and individual load and production profiles, are indicators of the challenges our solutions address and the value we bring to the residential marketplace.”

“Our capability to perform increasingly intricate analysis and modeling, in addition to applying expertise in policy implications, enables us to construct a customized PPA that benefits all stakeholders economically,” Hansen added.

EnSync Energy, with its suite of integrated project development services that merge design modeling with financial analysis and system implementation, is equipped to manage the future of energy complexity.

This site is one of more than 22 contracted commercial projects in Hawaii, which will account for more than $33.4 million in electricity sales over the terms of the agreements. Construction will begin in the coming months.

Source: PR Newswire

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