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NineDot Unveils Its First Bronx Battery Energy Site 

NineDot Energy, a Carlyle-backed developer of community-scale clean energy projects, has unveiled Gunther Bronx, its first battery energy storage site in the Bronx.  

With a 3.08-MW (megawatts)/12.32-MWh (megawatt-hours) Tesla Megapack system, a solar canopy, and infrastructure ready for bi-directional electric vehicle chargers, this NineDot Energy site supports the company’s goal of delivering 400 MW of clean energy systems by 2026 that strengthen the local power grid and provide stable, reliable and resilient power to tens of thousands of New York City households and businesses. 

““Building battery storage sites in a dense urban environment requires an unusual set of skills and experience all brought together in NineDot Energy, as well as support from a wide range of visionary regulators and policy-makers and a terrific group of dedicated partners who we are thanking today,” said David Arfin, NineDot Energy CEO and co-founder.  

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