Burns & McDonnell completes 60 MWh energy storage project in West Texas

By Kevin Clark Engineering consulting firm Burns & McDonnell completed construction of three 10 MW/20 MWh lithium-ion battery energy storage systems in West Texas.

Last May, the company was selected by LG Energy Solution and Sustainable Environmental Renewable (SER) Capital Partners to provide engineer-procure-construct (EPC) services for the projects, which consist of LG Chem battery racks populated with JH3 and JH4 modules.

Kansas City-based Burns & McDonnell tapped its direct-hire subsidiary Ref-Chem to complete construction and installation of the batteries. When Burns & McDonnell was selected, the company said containers would be shipped to the job site, with empty racks prewired to direct current

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