The province’s energy-system operator said it’s offered contracts to seven battery projects totalling 739 megawatts, including a single facility in the southwestern town of Hagersville offering 285 megawatts of power for up to four hours. Ontario has 228 megawatts of storage capacity now, mainly in a reservoir attached to the hydro station at Niagara Falls. (The Logic)
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