Axpo to build Swedish battery storage project
- 20MW facility prepared for Landskrona area
In the most up to date expansion of its battery storage capacity, Axpo will build a 20MW facility in Sweden to deliver solutions to the grid in 2024.
Swiss outfit Axpo obtained the project from developers RES, a global renewable resource company, and Scandinavian Capacity Get (SCR). The 20MW lithium-ion based center will certainly be constructed in Landskrona in the south of the country and attached to the grid by local energy company Landskrona Energi.
The new battery energy storage system will be utilized to give ancillary solutions to help balance the grid and following the sale, RES will offer support with the arrangement of building monitoring, asset management and also operation and also upkeep solutions.
" We are eagerly anticipating knowing this project in Sweden with RES and also collaborating with Landskrona Energi," stated Axpo Group Head of Batteries & Hybrid Systems, Frank Amend.
" Axpo aims to develop a considerable volume of storage space capacity in Europe by 2030, and this project is a crucial action in our trip."
RES Nordics CEO Matilda Afzelius included: "Energy storage will certainly play an increasingly essential function across Sweden. RES has globally experience in battery storage projects and also has actually supplied more than 500MW to support a variety of grid functions.
" We work carefully with communities to determine remedies and supply projects that sustain local energy and also financial requirements. Axpo brings a wealth of experience in giving energy products to the market, and we look forward to functioning together with them to supply and also run this crucial project."
Landskrona Energi CEO Johan Holmstedt included: "We more than happy to be taking part beforehand in this project, especially with the participation of a significant gamer like Axpo.
" Batteries will certainly play an essential function in the major electrification of Sweden and, at a neighborhood level here in Landskrona, the battery energy storage space center will aid support as well as reinforce our electricity grid."