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07 Dec

Duke Energy disconnects CATL batteries from US military BESS

North Carolina-based utility company Duke Energy has disconnected CATL-made storage batteries from a US military base over security concerns. The large-scale batteries were disconnected from Camp Lejeune on Wednesday. Installed at the Marine Corps base in April, the batteries are part of a battery energy storage system (BESS) on the base. In a statement to Reuters, Duke Energy said that “some concerns about this project have been raised, and, as a result, D…
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