Tech providers, contractors revealed at Brazil’s ‘non-wires alternative’ largest BESS project
Further details about Brazil’s largest battery storage project to date have been revealed including its integrators and equipment providers. The inauguration of the 30MW/60MWh system took place last year, on the networks of transmission system operator (TSO) ISO CTEEP, as reported by Energy-Storage.news in November.
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