Lockheed Martin has implemented an energy storage system at the company“™s facility in Syracuse, New York, and selected electric utility firm ENGIE to support operation of the system.
The GridStar lithium storage is designed to help Lockheed reduce power consumption and carbon emissions as well as to provide energy supply to the New York Independent System Operator, Lockheed said Wednesday.
Lockheed“™s energy business designed the installation using project analytics tools and ENGIE-made energy storage operating software.
Frank Armijo, vice president of Lockheed’s energy unit, said the company provides turnkey energy storage services to various utilities, independent power producers, commercial and industrial customers and developers in efforts to help clients meet sustainability goals.
GridStar comprises modular, scalable, purpose-built energy storage units and each storage unit is designed to generate up to 375 kilowatts of power and store up to 600 kilowatt hours of energy.