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Siemens and AES launch record project with battery firm

The energy storage divisions at Siemens and AES have formed merger, now set to the launch what the companies are calling the world's biggest energy storage project.

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In the middle of last year, Siemens and AES Energy Storage announced that they were merging their energy storage businesses into a joint company. They have now succeeded in landing all the necessary approvals, and are thus launching the firm Fluence Energy. On top of this, the new company will supply the world's largest energy storage based on a lithium-ion battery.

Fluence Energy will supply the 100 MW/400 MWh project to AES' Alamitos in Long Beach in the US state of California.

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