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CAMS secures two O&M contracts for battery storage sites in Texas

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CAMS, Consolidated Asset Management Services, a leading company in its field, announced today it has secured two Operations & Maintenance (O&M) contracts for two battery energy storage sites in Texas.

Firstly, the contracts came from Broad Reach Power, a leading utility-scale storage independent power producer in the United States. The contracts include the support for a 100-megawatts battery storage asset at Bat Cave Energy Storage in Mason County; as well as a 100MW site at North Fork Energy Storage in Williamson County.

Moreover, according to CAMS’ statement, the securing of the contracts solidifies the company as one of the largest third-party battery O&M providers in the country. In fact, it now delivers O&M at 12 sites totaling 300 MW.

About the matter, Brian Ivany, Co-President of CAMS Renewable Services, said. “These projects will provide greater reliability to the grid which continues to experience increased volatility from renewable penetration and severe weather events.”

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He also remarked. “We are excited to expand our partnership with Broad Reach by supporting Bat Cave and North Fork, which are among the most advanced and largest energy storage projects in North America.”

On the other hand, Rick Knauth, Co-President of CAMS, commented. “This partnership is a fantastic recognition of the strength of CAMS’ service offering and further grows our renewables footprint. It also supports our commitment to the transition of energy generation toward renewable sources and ESG-focused business practices.”

Furthermore, Doug Moorehead, Chief Technology Officer of Broad Reach Power, said. “As our Broad Reach portfolio of standalone energy storage assets continues to grow in megawatt-scale, we look forward to furthering our relationship with CAMS to support the operational performance, reliability, and safety of our critical infrastructure.”

Finally, CAMS secured the contracts after a competitive bidding process. During it, CAMS offered the best solutions for the two projects.

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