Renewable Energy Finance: Strata Clean Energy Secures $559 Million Financing for 1GWh Battery Energy Storage Project in Arizona

published on 22 February 2024


Strata Clean Energy (Strata) has closed a significant financing deal worth $559 million for the Scatter Wash battery storage complex in Arizona. This 255MW/1,020MWh facility, expected to be operational by April 2025, marks a crucial step towards sustainable energy solutions in the region.

Financing Collaboration

A consortium of leading financial institutions, including J.P. Morgan, Nomura, U.S. Bancorp Impact Finance, CoBank, Korea Development Bank, Norddeutsche Landesbank, Siemens, and Regions, collaborated to secure funding for the project. This collaboration highlights the industry's commitment to supporting clean energy initiatives and underscores the importance of partnerships in driving renewable energy projects.

Impact and Innovation

The Scatter Wash battery storage complex will play a vital role in enhancing grid stability and integrating renewable energy sources in Arizona. This project will store enough electricity to power 50,000 homes during peak summer conditions for 20 years. By revolutionizing grid stability and facilitating the transition to renewable energy, Strata is contributing to economic growth and environmental sustainability in the region.

Commitment to Sustainable Future

Strata's commitment to sustainability is further exemplified by its 20-year tolling agreement with Arizona Public Service, demonstrating a long-term dedication to clean energy solutions. The successful financing of the Scatter Wash project is a testament to Strata's leadership in the renewable energy sector and its ability to drive impactful change in the industry.


The financing of the Scatter Wash battery storage complex represents a significant milestone in Strata's mission to accelerate the clean energy transition. By leveraging partnerships and innovative financing solutions, Strata is paving the way for a more sustainable future.

The above analysis is proprietary to Enerdatics’ energy analytics team, based on the current understanding of the available data. The information is subject to change and should not be taken to constitute professional advice or a recommendation.

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