Canadian Solar’s e-STORAGE wins contract from Nova Scotia Power

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Canadian Solar announced that e-STORAGE, a part of CSI Solar, has won a contract from Nova Scotia Power to develop energy storage projects across three locations in Nova Scotia, Canada: Bridgewater, Waverley, and White Rock.

The projects, totaling 150 MW / 705 MWh DC, will be supporting the province’s transition to cleaner energy. Construction will be completed by the end of 2026, and the first site expected to be operational in 2025. e-STORAGE will provide engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services along with long-term service agreements (LTSA).

e-STORAGE has shipped more than 5 GWh of battery energy storage solutions across North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific markets.

Peter Gregg, President of Nova Scotia Power, said: “These grid-scale battery energy storage projects will help maintain system reliability during Nova Scotia’s clean energy transition, delivering safe and clean energy when needed.”

e-STORAGE has shipped close to 5.7 GWh of battery energy storage solutions to markets, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and China as of March 2024. Currently, the company operates two manufacturing facilities with an annual production capacity of 20 GWh.

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