Angus Power, together with HH Angus and Associates, has been engaged to provide the engineering and construction management of a flywheel energy storage project. The first of ten flywheels has been successfully installed at Temporal Power’s Minto facility near Harriston, ON. Flywheel-based energy storage systems do not use fossil fuel and do not produce CO2 or other harmful emissions during operation.
Initially engaged to provide consulting engineering to connect Temporal Power’s nominally 2MW of flywheel energy to (and from) the grid at distribution voltage, Angus Power has subsequently undertaken the construction management and commissioning of the site as well. This is a substantial EPC project, one that marries the electrical engineering capacity of HH Angus’ grid connection specialists with the project and risk management experience of Angus Power.