A major northeast power producer has chosen CS Energy and Doosan GridTech to design, build and operate a community solar + storage system (PV+S) in New England. This 5.1MW-PV/2.5MW hybrid power system would be one of the first DC-coupled configurations installed under the Massachusetts SMART and Clean Peak Standard (CPS) program.

CS Energy was named the prime contractor to provide the project’s engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services. A leader in solar and storage turnkey execution nationally, the company has integrated over 75MWhs of battery storage under the Massachusetts SMART program. CS Energy worked with Doosan engineers to design the hybrid power system that will lower costs, fulfill MA-SMART and CPS requirements, optimize its financial incentives, and deliver clipped energy recapture. The system will be operational in the fourth quarter of 2021.

Doosan’s energy management solution (EMS) pairs its on-premise Intelligent Controller platform with its cloud-based performance analysis and power plant operation modules. This system is built on open standard communication interfaces and has proven its solar + storage capabilities in both AC- and DC-coupled configurations.

Doosan’s comprehensive EMS will bring:

CS Energy is a leading integrated energy firm that designs and builds solar and storage systems for emerging energy industries. Over the last 15 years, we have constructed over 1GW of distributed energy projects nationally. CS Energy was named the top solar EPC contractor in Massachusetts and New York by Power World Magazine in 2019 and 2020. Our most recent turnkey projects include a 38MW/139MWh DC-coupled battery for a private client in NY and critical infrastructure of a 2.5 MW/20 MWh storage microgrid in Florida.

Doosan GridTech® is a multi-disciplined team of power system engineers, software developers, and turnkey energy storage specialists. We help electric utilities and other megawatt-scale power producers evaluate, procure, integrate and optimize energy storage, solar power, and other distributed energy resources. Our global teams in Seattle, Melbourne, and Seoul have designed, built, and/or controlled over 30 energy storage installations in the Americas and Asian-Pacific regions – representing nearly 320MW of capacity.