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Tesla 250kW / 570kWh Dominion Salt Plant Battery

Technology Type Lithium-ion Battery
Rated Power 250 kW
Duration at Rated Power (HH:MM) 0:15.00 / 26.00
URL More about Tesla 250kW / 570kWh Dominion Salt Plant Battery
NZ utility business Vector Energy Solutions said on Monday that a 250kW/570kWh Tesla Powerpack would soon be switched on at Dominion Salt’s Lake Grassmere works, to store and smooth energy from the already installed 660kW wind turbine. Integration of the wind turbine and Tesla battery storage system – believed to be an Australasian first – is expected to meet around 75 per cent of the site’s energy needs, minimising its use of the grid, and maximising security of supply in a region susceptible to earthquakes.
This data has been validated by project staff through a review of publicly available information about the project, and verified by the project owner. Information is accurate as of 2016-04-29.
Project Status
Status Operational
Commissioning On DD.08.YYYY
Project Includes Multiple Systems No

Lake Grassmere, New Zealand 7285
New Zealand

Utility Type
Paired Grid Resource
Paired Grid Resource 660kW Wind Farm
Project Includes Multiple Systems No
Ownership & Value Chain Partners
Ownership Model Customer-Owned
Equity Owner 1 Dominion Salt
Cost & Performance
Performance Performance metrics not available
Service Use Case Electric Energy Time Shift
Renewables Capacity Firming
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