Global system integrator Fluence has acquired AI-enabled, renewable energy software-as-a-service provider Nispera, tripling its digital portfolio of assets contracted or managed since February to 15GW.
Progress has been made on 1.8GWh of battery energy storage projects in the service areas of California investor-owned utilities (IOUs) San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) and Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E).
Fluence has reaffirmed its guidance of US$1.1 billion to US$1.3 billion revenues for the 2022 financial year, with the company’s CEO claiming expectations were exceeded in the first quarter “despite short-term headwinds”.
Fluence has netted a deal to onboard 1.1GW of solar and storage assets to its digital energy trading and bidding platform with AES Corporation, one of the energy storage technology provider’s parent companies.
In the Philippines, Fluence has brought into commercial operation the first project in an order totalling nearly half a gigawatt, for vertically-integrated power company SMC Global Power Holdings (SMCGPH).