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Princeton Power Systems (PPS) has implemented an energy-storage system at BMW Group's technology office in Mountain View, Calif. The system uses PPS' new demand-response inverter (DRI) in an integrated system.

The system, which consists of a 100 kW DRI and 30 kWh lithium-ion batteries, will be used to store renewable energy from the on-site solar array, reduce peak electricity demand and demonstrate DC fast-charging technology for electric vehicles.



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