CL Energy Storage, Stella Sign Purchase Order for 480 MWh BESS

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Stella will receive 480 MWh of containerized battery energy storage systems and 200 MW of power conversion system skids for its clean-energy projects.

Clean Energy Storage Corporation (CLOU) and Stella Energy Solutions have signed a purchase order for 480 MWh of containerized battery energy storage systems (BESS) and 200 MW of power conversion system (PCS) skids. CLOU will deliver the BESS and associated components to Stella to support current and ongoing clean-energy projects. Stella is based in The Woodlands, TX, and has developed, built, and operated over 2 GW/4.4 GWh of utility scale battery storage projects in the region.

“CLOU, as an energy technology company under the Fortune 500 company Midea Group, not only has years of experience in the power industry but also research and development capabilities and a professional after-sales team,” said Gabe Costello, Senior Vice President of Project Execution at Stella. “Their team has proven track record designing and commissioning end-to-end energy storage system solutions and customized services. This continued collaboration will ensure successful operations and realization of full value for the energy storage projects.”


In addition to the contract with Stella, CLOU has established strategic cooperation agreements with several companies to promote the development of the energy storage business in the Americas and internationally. CLOU is committed to advancing North America’s clean energy transition by providing energy storage products and services to satisfy energy storage scenarios.

“Stella, as a company dedicated to advancing renewable energy solutions, possesses abundant resource advantages and operational experience in the American energy storage market,” said Zhou Han, General Manager of CLOU Energy Storage Product Company. “This collaboration marks an important step for CLOU in the American market and will contribute to the implementation of industry-leading energy storage products in the region, supporting the local market's transition to clean energy.”