AES Laurel Mountain is a 97.6 MW wind farm that stretches across 12.5 miles of the western ridge of the Allegheny Mountains in north central West Virginia. The $250 million project supplies power to the market via PJM Interconnection which services thirteen states across the northeastern U.S. The site’s 61 GE 1.6 wind turbines generate an electrical capacity capable of providing energy for approximately 14,000 homes. Featured at the heart of the wind farm is a 32 MW integrated battery based energy storage system. As the world’s largest lithium-ion battery farm, Laurel Mountain is capable of storing and sending energy in short bursts and adding to the regional grid’s overall stability.