Leclanché to Supply Storage Systems in Canada

Published January 21st 2016 at 2:18pm
Continuing on its rapid growth path, Leclanché has been selected to deliver a Grid Ancillary Services project in North America.

Leclanché will provide the entire Battery Storage Systems for all the contracted facilities to be built near Toronto, Ontario – Canada. Leclanché will team up with Deltro Energy Inc. who will procure, design and construct the site facilities balance of plant scope and high voltage connections to the grid. Deltro will also be the operator of the facilities and Greensmith Energy will provide the energy management system, when the projects come on line, expected in 4Q 2016.

David Del Mastro, CEO of Deltro, comments: "After an intense round of competitive bidding among many of the world's largest energy storage providers, we have decided to team up with Leclanché for this project because of their high quality battery storage products, very professional approach and ability to provide thoughtful solutions for the complete design and construction of a full battery power plant. We have asked Leclanché to deliver these storage systems on a turn-key basis and will work closely with them to ensure this project is successfully constructed and fully integrated into the IESO grid."

Anil Srivastava, CEO of Leclanché, adds: "We are very pleased to have been selected for this world leading project. Thanks to the exceptional engineering and project development capabilities of Deltro and the quality Ancillary Services agreements, we are confident that the project will soon reach financial closing. We hope to start the construction in spring 2016 and start the first operation by the end of the year. This win is yet another solid proof of the effective execution of Leclanché's growth plan and the market appreciation of Leclanché's full product and services offering."

Source: Leclanché
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