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ENGIE Sub Installs Its Largest Single Site Behind-the-Meter Energy Storage System

August 09,2017



Green Charge, an ENGIE Company, announced that diagnostic healthcare manufacturer Quidel Corporation has deployed 1.5 MWh of energy storage at its San Diego Manufacturing Facility.

Green Charge called the system, "its largest single site behind-the-meter energy storage system."

Quidel is a provider of rapid diagnostic testing solutions, cellular-based virology assays and molecular diagnostic systems.

ENGIE said that the Green Charge energy storage system is expected to save nearly $500,000 over the 10 years of the contract.

The Green Charge system includes GridSynergy Storage, a customized indoor/outdoor lithium-ion-based battery storage unit and GridSynergy Software, providing visibility, analytics and management of energy demand. A future PV system will be coupled with Quidel's storage system

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