Spearmint Energy, a renewable energy company focused on battery storage, has acquired a 900 MW portfolio of battery energy storage solutions (BESS) assets, collectively known as Nomadic.
Located in Cooke, Galveston and Brazoria counties in Texas, the Nomadic BESS portfolio, with a capacity of up to 900 MW and 2,000 MWh, will serve Texas’ growing ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas) power market. Nomadic, which consists of three projects each with a target capacity of 300 MW, was acquired from a U.S. developer and operator of clean energy projects. The deal expands Spearmint’s BESS portfolio.
“A collection of state-of-the-art energy storage projects, Nomadic will enable Spearmint to continue to execute our mission of facilitating the clean energy revolution through the delivery of renewable power to the grid efficiently, safely, and where communities need it most,” comments Andrew Waranch, founder, president and chief executive officer of Spearmint.