eCAMION Inc. (“eCAMION”) partnered with Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited (“Toronto Hydro”), the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam LLC to unveil the first energy storage system installed directly into an urban community.
Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre in North York, this community energy storage (CES) system will allow Toronto Hydro to oversee this technology, and help establish its benefits to Toronto’s electrical grid.
As Toronto continues to grow, the electrical grid must also move forward in its technology. It is expected the CES project will offer many short and long term benefits to the grid.
The video and animation on this project can be found at: Community Energy Storage in Toronto.
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