By Kelsey Misbrener Demand Energy, an Enel Group subsidiary, announced that one of its flagship projects, the Marcus Garvey Apartments solar PV + energy storage microgrid in New York City, won the prestigious ESNA Innovation Award for Distributed Storage, given at this year’s Energy Storage North America event.
The Marcus Garvey Apartments solar+storage microgrid is New York City’s first-ever multi-resource microgrid in a low-to middle-income housing development, and the first microgrid deployed under Con Edison’s Brooklyn-Queens Demand Management (BQDM) program. The project includes 400 kW of solar PV; a 400-kW fuel cell, and 300 kW/1,200 KWh of storage, all managed by the company’s Distributed
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