Duke Energy unveils an advanced microgrid in Hot Springs, NC
Recently, Duke Energy published an article that dives into their construction of an advanced microgrid in Hot Springs, North Carolina. Sumter Utilities works directly in this area, and this new microgrid is sure to have a positive impact on grid reliability in the Hot Springs and surrounding areas!
The microgrid is comprised of a 4.4-megawatt lithium-based battery storage facility as well as a 2-megawatt (AC) solar facility. This microgrid will deliver efficient and safety-focused grid solutions for the Hot Springs area. It will also provide energy and additional bulk system benefits for all customers.
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