Arenko has signed a second contract with Vattenfall to optimise a new co-located 20 MW/45.5 MWh battery asset in Northumberland, North East England.
Neoen will integrate output from its Goyder South Stage 1 wind farm and storage from its Blyth Battery, supported by its energy management expertise.
GoreStreet Energy Storage Fund has agreed to acquire from Kona Energy a 200 MW construction-ready energy storage project in Heysham, North West England.
The joint agency of Enterprise Estonia and KredEx has allocated €584 950 for Eesti Energia to prepare the construction of Estonia’s first hydroelectric energy storage facility.
The acquisition of these 33 early to late-stage projects will accelerate renewables development across multiple states in North America and significantly strengthen the Group’s project pipeline.
Rye Development has filed its pre-application document and notice of intent to file a license application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the Lewis Ridge Closed Loop Pumped Hydropower Storage project.
The US DOE has announced more than US$28 million across three funding opportunities to support projects that will advance and preserve hydropower as a critical source of clean energy.
Statkraft has announced the signing of two optimisation agreements with Gresham House Energy Storage Fund plc (GRID), for two battery energy storage projects in Scotland.
Cambridge Power has secured planning permission for a 50 MW battery energy storage system adjacent to the Lawford Substation in Essex.
This combined solar and battery storage system will be built at the Joint Base Pearl Harbour-Hickam West Loch Annex in Hawai’i, the US.
Wärtsilä is completing the commissioning of its first energy storage project in the Netherlands, which is the country’s largest system to date.
Equinor has approved the final investment decision on the Blandford Road battery storage project in the south of the UK.
TagEnergy’s first UK battery storage facility has commenced operations following completion of construction at the 20 MW/40 MWh Hawkers Hill Energy Park near Shaftesbury, England.
The 3.4 acre site on Venus Park within the Tyne Tunnel Trading Estate has the potential to store 50 MW of renewable energy.