Generation Bridge, a unit of energy infrastructure firm ArcLight Capital Partners LLC, is currently evaluating the potential development of 80 MW of energy storage, 25 MW of solar and other renewable energy projects.
ArcLight summarised this information today as it announced that Generation Bridge has closed the previously unveiled purchase of 4.85 GW of fossil generating assets from NRG Energy Inc (NYSE:NRG).
Dan Revers, managing partner and founder of ArcLight, commented in the following way: “Generation Bridge complements the ongoing energy transition by providing dispatchable generation and will serve as a platform for the development of additional renewable energy resources.”
Presently, Generation Bridge considers developing a 65-MW battery storage project co-located with the Long Beach station in California, a 15-MW battery storage project adjacent to the Arthur Kill station in New York, and a 25-MW solar project near the Oswego station in upstate New York.
In addition, the firm mulls offshore wind interconnections to projects developed by third parties and assesses renewable diesel utilisation at certain dual-fuel capable plants, it said.
Also today, ArcLight confirmed that its subsidiary has abandoned the development of a 375-MW fossil-fired project at the Middletown plant in Connecticut.
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