Bridgeport, Connecticut, plans to install an LFP battery system from Cadenza Innovation at its city fire department headquarters. This will be the first public demonstration of Cadenza’s battery in Connecticut.
“Bridgeport has a long history of pioneering innovation in the energy sector. The Cadenza Innovation team is thrilled to be chosen for this project to bolster the city’s reputation as an energy resilience hub and augment the state’s standing as a climate change leader,” said Cadenza Innovation founder and CEO Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud.
Cadenza Innovation’s low-voltage, indoor, cloud-connected battery ESS will be used on-site and in peak-shaving and other arbitrage situations.
Additionally, Bridgeport is interested in demonstrating Cadenza’s technology for potentially installing the energy storage technology across its portfolio of city-owned and -operated buildings. With a successful pilot demonstration, Cadenza Innovation will look to establish a framework agreement with Bridgeport for deploying multiple ESSs within municipality buildings, focusing on serving low-moderate income communities.
Cadenza’s battery systems feature built-in modularity for scalable systems. Cadenza Cloud capitalizes on real-time data to drive energy efficiency and cost savings while actively managing demand response, peak-shaving, load-shifting and time-of-use actions tailored to urban energy storage systems.
“As the Fire Chief of Bridgeport, I’m committed to the safety and well-being of our community,” said Bridgeport Fire Chief Lance Edwards. “We’re partnering with Cadenza, a clean energy company, to install a modular lithium storage battery to showcase its safety and potential to reduce electricity consumption. We believe in innovation that benefits our citizens and the environment, and we’re proud to be at the forefront of sustainable energy solutions.”
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