Perfect Power Solutions Texas

Perfect Power Solutions Texas develops,
owns and operates mid-scale utility energy storage in ERCOT.

The project sites are selected to solve for issues the grid faces such as frequency events and intermittency events prompted by the increase in renewable generation. In addition, the batteries serve the system at times that there is peak demand patterns and the grid may be facing thermal or renewable curtailments. The projects use 2-hour lithium ion batteries.. The technology was selected for its high cycle life and asset longevity, giving the assets the ability to respond to dispatch requests in less than a second. The system will provide the ability for the batteries to service the real-time marketplace as well as the ancillary service markets within ERCOT. The initial projects are in the West Zone and there are plans in place to expand this footprint across other ERCOT load zones.

Sites in Texas

We co-develop, own and operate grid-connected energy storage and micro-grid projects in the following western Texas areas.

Sweet Water
Snyder
Westover

Snyder

Located in West Texas, this facility is located within the city limits of Snyder, TX.  Located along the major thoroughfare of 37th Street, this system services the deep creek Oncor substation.  The facility has 10 inverters, and 4 self contained shipping containers which provide all of the services that the battery modules require (HVAC, lighting, communications, etc).  Connected at distribution level voltage, the system follows dispatches issued by ERCOT and delivered to the SCADA.  The facility uses a proprietary cycle dispatching algorithm to determine optimal charge/discharge behavior.

Sweet Water

Located in West Texas, this facility is located just outside of the city limits of Sweetwater, TX.  The site is adjacent the historic Highway 80, which has been replaced by HWY 20 to bisect Sweetwater east and west.  The facility has 10 inverters, and 9 self contained shipping containers which provide all of the services that the battery modules require (HVAC, lighting, communications, etc).  Connected at distribution level voltage, the system follows dispatches issued by ERCOT and delivered to the SCADA.  The facility uses a proprietary cycle dispatching algorithm to determine optimal charge/discharge behavior.

Westover

Located in West Texas, this facility is located outside the city limits of Odessa, TX.  The site is located a few miles off Interstate 20, which runs nearly all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.  The facility has 10 inverters, and 10 self contained shipping containers which provide all of the services that the battery modules require (HVAC, lighting, communications, etc).  Connected at distribution level voltage, the system follows dispatches issued by ERCOT and delivered to the SCADA.  The facility uses a proprietary cycle dispatching algorithm to determine optimal charge/discharge behavior.