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Spider9, a Northville, Mich.-based clean energy solutions company, and European energy systems provider Easypower have announced they will partner to deliver a 2 MWh grid-tied energy storage system in Europe.

The companies say the 2 MWh energy storage system is an integrated part of a larger multi-megawatt solar installation that will be installed by Easypower early next year and will provide load shifting, firming and power factor correction capabilities.

Easypower, which was awarded the project, targeted energy storage as the key differentiator to the project’s success and goals of providing higher system reliability and energy management flexibility. The companies say this project represents the first of several projects that Spider9 and Easypower are collaborating on.





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