China jumps into grid storage

China’s State Grid recently announced plans to build a large-scale renewable energy demonstration project at Zhangjiakou in Hebei province. The multi-phase project is taking bids on the first phase, including 100 MW of wind, 50 MW of solar, and 25 MW of energy storage. Eventually, the project is exp...

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