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Xtreme Power, a provider of integrated power management and energy storage solutions, will install an energy storage system for a 12 MW solar farm in Hawaii on behalf of the Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC).

According to Xtreme, the KIUC IV project will use lithium ion batteries. The company says it will deploy its modular RAMP Series energy storage system to provide ramp rate control and fast frequency response to help integrate the 12 MW solar farm.

The KIUC IV project is scheduled for commissioning in May 2014, Xtreme notes.


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