The Tait battery array includes more than 800,000 battery cells and connects through DP&L Tait station’s transformers, operated by DP&L and DPL Energy, LLC, through an independent agreement with PJM. The project was deployed from AES’ inventory of battery modules allowing for engineering, construction, and commissioning to occur in less than nine months.
With the operation of this facility, AES has more than 174 MW of grid-scale, power plant equivalent flexibility resources in operation. AES storage resources are currently deployed in the United States and South America.
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About The Dayton Power and Light Company and DPL Inc.
The Dayton Power and Light Company is the principal subsidiary of DPL Inc. (DPL), a regional energy company.
DPL’s other subsidiaries include DPL Energy, LLC (DPLE), Miami Valley Insurance Company (MVIC) and DPL Energy Resources, Inc. (DPLER), which also does business as DP&L Energy. The Dayton Power and Light Company, a regulated electric utility, provides service to over 500,000 retail customers in West Central Ohio; DPLE engages in the operation of merchant peaking generation facilities; MVIC is a captive insurance company providing insurance services to DPL and its subsidiaries, and DPLER is a competitive retail electric supplier. DPL, through its subsidiaries, owns and operates approximately 3,800 megawatts of generation capacity, of which 2,800 megawatts are coal-fired units and 1,000 megawatts are natural gas and diesel peaking units. Further information can be found at
. DPL Inc. was acquired by AES in 2011.
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