U.S. DOE grant supports two pilots of new grid storage strategy

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced $620 million for smart grid demonstration and energy-storage projects. These include two grid storage projects, from AEP in Ohio and Detroit Edison in Michigan, which incorporate community-scale energy-storage (CES) pilots (see the June 3, 2009 ...

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