Armond Cohen, Executive Director, Clean Air Task Force, added, “Conventional plant retirements and increasing generation from intermittent renewable resources like wind and solar make the job of protecting reliability more challenging. Batteries can help address these challenges, and there are many potential applications for Alevo’s product, from the distribution network on up through the high voltage transmission system. Frequency regulation, solar PV smoothing and energy imbalance management are all service niches that the Alevo battery can fill. We welcome the addition of a strong competitor to the growing field of battery producers.”
Alevo is a leading provider of energy storage systems designed to deliver grid-scale electricity on demand. Its innovative battery technology and GridBanks enable new source-agnostic architecture for electrical grids that reduce waste, greenhouse gases and other emissions, create efficiencies and lower costs for the world’s energy producers. Founded in 2009, Alevo Group is headquartered in Martigny, Switzerland. For more information, visit www.alevo.com.