EDF Renewables to set up integrated green energy system for Cubic
Solar panels. Image by: EDF Renewables (www.edf-re.com).
EDF Renewables North America will install an integrated energy system, made up of solar, storage and smart electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, for US public transport and defence company Cubic Corporation (NYSE:CUB).
The integrated system will consist of a 962-kWp solar carport, 280 kW/540 kWh of battery storage and 50 smart EV charging stations. The project will be implemented at Cubic’s Kearny Mesa headquarters campus in San Diego, California, EDF Renewables said Wednesday.
The company, part of French utility company Electricite de France SA (EPA:EDF), will design, build, own and operate the system at no up-front costs to Cubic.
EDF Store & Forecast Energy Management System (EMS) will operate the solar and battery storage component, while PowerFlex, an EV charging startup under the EDF Renewables wing, will install the charging system.
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