Wisconsin regulators approve another Invenergy solar-plus-storage plant

By Jonathan Tourino Jacobo
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Wisconsin’s Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved the construction of Invenergy’s 300MW utility-scale solar farm, which is to be paired with a 165MW battery energy storage system (BESS), in Dane County.

The Koshkonong Solar Energy Center project will be built by solar developer Invenergy with construction starting this fall and the project is expected to be completed by the end of 2024.

This is not the first solar plus storage project Invenergy is working on in Wisconsin, with a 200MW solar PV and 110MW BESS in Kenosha County that was approved in December 2020 and another one in Walworth and Rock Counties with 250MW of solar energy and 75MW of BESS waiting for approval.

This story first appeared on PV Tech.

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