Eos Energy Storage announces orders for 1.5GWh of battery projects in Texas, California

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first_imgEos Energy Storage announces orders for 1.5GWh of battery projects in Texas, California FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:This summer, we’ve seen developments in non-lithium-ion battery chemistries — including a forecast where lithium-iron-phosphate becomes the predominant chemistry and millions in funding for the commercialization of metal hydrogen batteries. Now, zinc hybrid cathode technology is entering the mix, with Eos Energy Storage announcing orders for more than 1.5 GWh of projects.As part of the Texas battery boom, Eos has entered into an agreement to supply 1 GWh of standalone battery energy storage systems to International Electric Power, in projects connected to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) grid.Under the terms of the agreement, Eos will manufacture, design and deliver multiple battery energy storage projects to the grid starting in the third quarter of 2021. Since the agreement is in its infancy, the final number of projects and their locations have not been decided upon yet, though it does appear that these will be standalone storage projects.The fun doesn’t stop in Texas, however, as Eos has also entered into an agreement with Carson Hybrid Energy Storage (CHES) to supply the company with 500 MWh of battery energy storage systems for the California power grid.According to Eos, the long duration battery solutions will be used “in parallel with existing power generation and substation architecture to store renewable energy generated capacity, and to provide power quality and better resilience.” This would imply that, unlike the Texas projects, these installations may be paired with generation stations, like solar facilities. A recent Berkeley Labs presentation showed the California Independent System Operator solar queue having a battery attachment rate for solar projects of 67%.[Tom Sylvia]More: Eos announces 1.5 GWh of zinc battery storage projects across Texas and Californialast_img read more

Relax Gaming reinforces presence in Baltic region

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first_imgShare StumbleUpon Share UKGC data reveals ‘notable recovery’ for sports betting July 6, 2020 Related Articles Submit Successful summer leaves Leadstar positive over industry’s recovery August 18, 2020 Gambling.com maintains momentum against COVID-19 impacts August 19, 2020 B2B supplier Relax Gaming has expanded its presence in the Baltic region, after agreeing to integrate its table games and slot content with online casino operator Optibet.The operator will roll out the supplier’s cost-effective blackjack and roulette games in the first instance, with the introduction of the slot games set to follow.Relax’s blackjack offering allows players several opportunities to win at a fast pace, allowing for play on up to three tables at any one time.The roulette product can recreate a live casino experience with realistic ball movements, based on the latest physics models and Relax’s own unique RNG engine.Founded in 2010, Relax Gaming is is currently licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, Malta Gaming Authority , the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the Romanian regulator.Daniel Eskola, Relax CEO, said: “With Optibet operating in important Baltic markets, such as Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, this is a very important and exciting deal for Relax Gaming.“We are sure Optibet’s players will thoroughly enjoy our proven premium casino content.”Chris Davies, Head of Casino at Optibet, added: “Relax Gaming’s content will allow us to bring a first-class and innovative online casino experience to our players, and we are very happy to be on board with them.”last_img read more