Viridity to supply campus with energy storage system
Viridity Energy said Tuesday that Thomas Jefferson University and Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals have signed a letter of intent for it to develop a large-scale energy-storage system for them.
The Conshohocken, Pa.-based company said the system will allow the university and hospital organization, which is incorporating wind power into its energy mix, to store electricity at or near their Center City Philadelphia location so they can use the power when doing so is best for them operationally and economically.
Terms were not disclosed.
Viridity hopes the system will be able to be replicated at other hospitals in the Jefferson network, and other hospitals in the area and throughout the country.
Read more in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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