Leclanché to Complete 100 MW of Storage Projects

Leclanché’s Lithium Titanate Cells (LTO)-based Battery Energy Storage System was selected to power this landmark project.

Energy Storage

Leclanché SA, one of the world’s leading energy storage solutions companies, was expected to complete more than 100 MWh of stationary storage projects around the world.

Anil Srivastava, CEO of Leclanché announced during the 2018 Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) held on 11 December 2018 that the Company was expected to complete more than 100 MWh of stationary storage projects around the world.

Anil Srivastava, CEO of Leclanché said, “As we go into 2019, we are delighted to announce this important milestone and to highlight to our employees, partners and other stakeholders that Leclanché’s opportunity is now.”

He further added that, “We are particularly excited that our energy storage solutions have helped to clean up Graciosa’s energy supply by integrating over 70% renewable energy into the island’s grid.”

Leclanché’s Lithium Titanate Cells (LTO)-based Battery Energy Storage System was selected to power this landmark project.

The long life performance attributes of LTO Cells are at the heart of this microgrid project, as they maximize the integration of wind energy, are able to withstand the thousands of micro cycles and stress on the battery system, and their long life supports the long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for projects.

This achievement is fantastic for the people of Graciosa and the energy storage solution is replicable on other islands. Srivastava also mentioned that, “With our partner HowardScott, we look forward to deploying this “first of its kind” energy storage solution across the Azores.”

Utilities, auto manufacturers, fleet operators, fast charging infrastructure companies and AI applications, require smarter, faster and greener energy storage solutions today.

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