ABO Wind offloads 50MW Northern Ireland battery

Oct 5, 2021 10:55 AM ET
  • Project marketed to the power storage space fund of the Swiss fund manager SUSI Partners
ABO Wind offloads 50MW Northern Ireland battery
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German developer ABO Wind has actually offered a 50MW battery project in North Ireland to the power storage space fund of the Swiss fund manager SUSI Partners for a concealed cost.

ABO Wind is basic professional on the project and also is looking after the entire development and application of the battery storage facility situated in Kells.

The business's electrical designers have additionally prepared and also constructed a substation to feed in the power.

ABO Wind head of hybrid power systems and storage space Julia Badeda said: "Battery storage plays an important role in the tidy energy change.

" This initial significant storage project in North Ireland is an important milestone.

" In addition to wind and solar power, our interdisciplinary professional divisions cover the whole value chain of massive battery storage space projects, from preparation and engineering to building, grid link, and also procedures."

Appointing is set up for 2022 as well as the construction is advancing according to plan.

The battery storage made by Nidec ASI will take part in the Irish capability market.

Furthermore, the high-capacity battery will provide solutions tendered by the transmission system drivers EirGrid as well as SONI to stabilise the Irish electrical energy grid as well as to balance the fluctuating feed-in from wind farms.

Badeda added: "The large storage center in Kells paves the way for various other similar projects that we are currently developing in a number of nations.

" The market for energy storage is very vibrant on a worldwide scale, and specifically in markets where renewables account for more than 25 percent of the electrical energy mix."

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