A new solar-powered energy storage plant that recently opened in Cicero is the first of its kind in the country.
National Grid New York President Rudy Wynter said the new plant is unique because it uses wireless technology to transmit and help store energy that can be called upon during times of peak energy demand, “This is the first of its kind in that this is the first solar and storage non-wire alternative project we believe in the country,” he said.
National Grid teamed up with Convergent Energy to build the new energy storage plant which sits on 55 acres near Northern Boulevard in Cicero.
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Source: CNY Central
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