Wärtsilä provides energy storage for Mexican wind farm


Wärtsilä will provide a project-critical energy storage system for the 50 MW Eolica Coromuel (ECO) wind farm in Mexico.

The Wärtsilä energy storage system will deliver a power output of 10 MW for the operational life of the project.

Wärtsilä is also providing a long-term service agreement, including maintenance, spare parts, repairs, remote monitoring and performance guarantees.

ECO is owned by San Diego based Eurus Energy America Corporation, part of the Eurus Energy Group.

ECO and the Wärtsilä energy storage system will be connected to the local grid controlled by the National Center for Energy Control (CENACE).


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