US Recovery Act Smart Grid Energy Storage Demonstration Projects

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In November, 2009 the US Department of Energy announced 16 Energy Storage Demonstration Project awards totaling $435 million which will support fully integrated, regional Smart Grid demonstrations in 21 states, representing over 50 utilities and electricity organizations with a combined customer base of almost 100 million consumers. The projects include streamlined communication technologies that will allow different parts of the grid to “talk” to each other in real time; sensing and control devices that help grid operators monitor and control the flow of electricity to avoid disruptions and outages; smart meters and in-home systems that empower consumers to reduce their energy use and save money; energy storage options; and on-site and renewable energy sources that can be integrated onto the electrical grid.[1]


ProjectHQ CityHQ StateARRA FundingTotal ValueAdditional Benefit Places
44 Tech Inc. Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectPittsburghPennsylvania5,000,00010,000,000
Amber Kinetics, Inc. Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectFremontCalifornia4,000,00010,000,000
Beacon Power Corporation Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectTyngsboroMassachusetts24,063,97848,127,957
City of Painesville Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectPainesvilleOhio3,743,5707,487,153
Duke Energy Business Services, LLC Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectCharlotteNorth Carolina21,806,23243,612,464
East Penn Manufacturing Co. Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectLyon StationPennsylvania2,245,5234,491,046
Ktech Corporation Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectAlbuquerqueNew Mexico4,764,2849,528,567
New York State Electric & Gas Corporation Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectBinghamtonNew York29,561,142125,006,103
Pacific Gas & Electric Company Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectSan FranciscoCalifornia25,000,000355,938,600
Premium Power Corporation Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectNorth ReadingMassachusetts7,320,00016,080,554
Primus Power Corporation Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectAlamedaCalifornia14,000,00046,700,000
Public Service Company of New Mexico Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectAlbuquerqueNew Mexico1,755,9315,851,303
Seeo, Inc Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectBerkeleyCalifornia6,196,06012,392,120
Southern California Edison Company Smart Grid Demonstration Project (2)RosemeadCalifornia24,978,26453,510,209
SustainX, Inc. Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectWest LebanonNew Hampshire5,396,02310,792,045
The Detroit Edison Company Smart Grid Demonstration ProjectDetroitMichigan4,995,27110,877,258


References

  1. http://www.energy.gov/news2009/8305.htm