By Amanda Durish Cook INDIANAPOLIS — After demonstrating the capabilities of its new 20-MW battery for five months, Indianapolis Power and Light says it’s time for it to get paid. The energy storage system at its Harding Street Station here has been providing MISO with primary frequency response since May.
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