Eos said Bridgelink committed to purchase 240 megawatt hours of energy storage capacity, accompanied by an option to purchase long-term maintenance support, with an additional option to expand to a total of 500 MWh over three years, for a total order value of as much as $150 million.
“We continue to be excited about our ability to deliver flexible energy storage solutions to the market,” said Joe Mastrangelo, Eos CEO. “We take great pride in being able to partner with Bridgelink to help build the energy infrastructure of the future, and are confident that our agreement will be the beginning of a fruitful partnership for many years to come.”
The company says the partnership lifts its backlog to more than $200 million and approaching 1 gigawatt hour.
Bridgelink, which has over 8 GW of renewable generation projects in development, will rely on Eos technology to support energy curtailment recapture, providing resilience to the local power grid overseen by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.