EDF Energy Renewables sign a deal for battery storage project in the UK

30/01/2017 11:00 Renewable

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 Energy Renewables has inked an agreement with Nidec ASI to construct a 49MW battery storage project for the UK’s National Grid.

The project, which will be built at EDF Energy’s West Burton site in Nottinghamshire, is part of a new 200MW higher frequency reply system that will be deployed across the UK to balance the grid.


Nidec ASI will provide the battery storage system and integrate it with a power management system provided by EDF Store & Forecast, a division of EDF Energies Nouvelles.
 

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