LG subsidiary will install 40 MW of batteries on Guam

 Jun 08 2017
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Isolated and island communities have often been cited as among the top spots for energy storage. Guam, a U.S territory in the Pacific Ocean nearly 6,000 miles from San Francisco, qualifies on both fronts.

The LG CNS projects are being built in Agana and Talofofo. They are designed to reduce the intermittent power outages that the Guam Power Authority is experiencing as a result of increasing solar power penetration as the island moves toward its renewable portfolio standard goal of 25% renewables by 2035.

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