Cypress Creek’s first solar-plus-storage projects take off with Lockheed’s lithium

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One of the 12 Cypress Creek projects which used Lockheed Martin's energy storage. Image: Lockheed Martin Energy / Cypress Creek.

Cypress Creek Renewables, which developed 1GW of PV projects in an 18-month stretch up to the beginning of this year, has used Lockheed Martin’s lithium-ion battery storage solutions in a dozen just-completed solar-plus-storage projects.

Executing PV projects primarily in North Carolina and announcing US$1.5 billion of investment for 2GW of solar in that state last November, Cypress Creek used the GridStar Lithium energy storage solution made by the US aerospace and defence giant for 12 projects in communities served by Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation.

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