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Chris Quaranta, left, Plus Power director of engineering and construction, and Polly Shaw, the company’s head of policy and communications, gave a construction site tour Monday of a battery storage system being built in Kapolei to store electricity generated by solar farms elsewhere on the island.
COURTESY KAPOLEI ENERGY STORAGE
An aerial view of Plus Power’s 185-megawatt/ 565-megawatt-hour Kapolei Energy Storage Project on Oahu.