Company Overview of AES Energy Storage, LLC
AES Energy Storage, LLC engages in power generation. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in Arlington, Virginia. AES Energy Storage, LLC operates as a subsidiary of The AES Corporation.
4300 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22203
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for AES Energy Storage, LLC
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
AES Energy Storage, LLC Key Developments
Arizona Public Service and AES Energy Storage Bring Energy Storage to Arizona Customers
Dec 8 16
Arizona Public Service (APS) is bringing battery-based energy storage to the desert through a 4 megawatt (MW) energy storage agreement with AES Energy Storage which will provide enough storage capacity to power 1,000 homes. The pair of 2-MW AES Advancion energy storage arrays will be deployed as part of the APS Solar Partner Program (SPP), and represent AES' first installation in Arizona. The two Advancion battery arrays will be installed in Surprise and Buckeye, which have a total of 120 SPP customers and a high penetration of solar. The batteries will deliver energy to customers at the time of day when electricity is in demand and expensive. By bringing energy storage to these areas, APS can maintain reliable service for solar customers, even when the sun is down and solar panels are no longer producing power.
AES Energy Storage, LLC Presents at 12th Annual Western States Power and Gas Conference 2016, Nov-30-2016 11:00 AM
Sep 21 16
AES Energy Storage, LLC Presents at 12th Annual Western States Power and Gas Conference 2016, Nov-30-2016 11:00 AM. Venue: Hotel Nikko San Francisco, San Francisco, California, United States. Speakers: Kate McGinnis, Market Director, Western US.
AES Energy Storage to Deploy 37.5 MW of Advancion Energy Storage Arrays for San Diego Gas and Electric
Aug 18 16
The AES Corporation announced its subsidiary, AES Energy Storage, has entered into two contracts with San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E). AES will install and commission two energy storage arrays totaling 37.5 MW using its Advancion energy storage solution at sites in San Diego County, California. The SDG&E-owned energy storage arrays will help to improve regional reliability and integrate greater amounts of renewable energy when operational by the end of January 2017. With the support of the California Public Utilities Commission, SDG&E leveraged an ongoing competitive solicitation to seek energy storage projects on an expedited basis. SDG&E selected Advancion 4, AES’ fourth generation battery-based energy storage platform and recipient of the Edison Electric Institute’s 2016 International Edison Award. Advancion is designed for rapid deployment and is a smart, dependable and cost competitive alternative to peaking power plants that improves existing electric infrastructure and enables a greater penetration of clean energy resources. The SDG&E Advancion arrays will be able to provide 37.5 MW of power for four continuous hours and serve as a 75 MW of flexible resource to the grid. The arrays will be installed at two SDG&E substation facilities: 30 MW in Escondido and 7.5 MW in El Cajon. Once completed, the Escondido array will be the battery-based energy storage project in operation in the United States. Both arrays will incorporate components from Advancion certified suppliers, including batteries by Samsung SDI and power conversion systems by Parker Hannifin.
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