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New Green Energy In Bondurant

November 16, 2011 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Sublette County No Comments
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ZBB Energy Corporation of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin will provide a Smart Grid Community Energy Storage System to Lower Valley Energy in Bondurant. The system is being installed near the post office there and consists of four small wind generators mounted on telephone poles.  The leading developer of intelligent, renewable energy power platforms, announced the order was made through Facility Gateway Corporation for LVE. The system includes customer-provided lead acid batteries and the ZBB EnerSection™ power and energy control center. The ZBB EnerSection will provide a completely integrated energy management platform ready for interconnection to a range of configurable energy sources including solar panels, wind, and other power outputs. This system will be used for load management and peak shaving while providing continuous power and energy regulation supply with a connection to the grid. The installation is targeted for completion in early 2012.

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