Solar-plus-storage system commissioned in Tonga with 2MWh capacity
A solar-plus-storage project combining 300kW of PV and a 2MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) has been installed in the Polynesian archipelago nation of Tonga. The project on the island of Vava’u was commissioned by Tonga Power Limited (TPL), the country’s sole electric utility, on 14 March. It will be integrated with existing diesel generators and will allow TPL to integrate renewable energy into its grid and increase grid reliability.
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