21st July 2024

Canadian Photo voltaic’s e-STORAGE, a part of the corporate’s subsidiary CSI Photo voltaic, has secured a contract from Nova Scotia Energy to develop flagship vitality storage initiatives totaling 150 MW, in Bridgewater, Waverley and White Rock.

Development is ready to be accomplished by 2026, with the primary website anticipated to be operational by subsequent 12 months. e-STORAGE will present EPC companies, together with long-term service agreements.

“We’re thrilled to companion with Nova Scotia Energy on these progressive vitality storage initiatives, contributing to provincial and federal targets of attaining 80% renewables by 2030,” says Colin Parkin, president of e-STORAGE. 

“As Canadians, we’re dedicated to creating a major environmental impression at house whereas empowering our shoppers to shift electrical energy technology to long-term renewable vitality sources. We’re proud to be setting a precedent for North America, creating native jobs and enhancing grid reliability.”

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