Friday, December 6, 2013

Japanese island to host battery and grid management demonstration projects - PV-Tech

The southern Japanese island of Okinawa will host a 2MW storage battery and study into grid management, due to the local grid almost reaching the limit of capacity available for renewable energy projects.

According to Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), around 50MW has been connected on the island, leaving little spare capacity left for connecting new projects to the grid.

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Comment: I can't really tell from this photo, maybe it's the angle or something. Are you sure they're really a Mega-watt each? Anyway, my next question would be how do you connect them to the grid?? I wonder of this is what they mean when they use the term "sexual battery"???

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