Kyon's Largest Battery in Europe

Nov 14, 2023 03:46 PM ET
  • Kyon Energy has been given approval to construct the largest battery energy storage system in Europe. The 137.5-MW/275-MWh project will be capable of powering one million households for one hour and is set to begin construction in 2021. Kyon Energy is leading the way in energy storage with their 500 MW projects.
Kyon's Largest Battery in Europe

Kyon Energy has been given approval to construct a 137.5-MW/275-MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) in Alfeld, Germany. The project, said to be the largest approved storage project in Europe to date, will be capable of supplying one million households with electricity for one hour. Construction works are set to begin in 2021 and will be completed by the end of 2025. Kyon Energy has already completed storage projects with a capacity of over 120 MW and has secured permits for nearly 500 MW more. In October, the company was given the go-ahead to build a 58-MW/116-MWh storage facility in Diesdorfer Wuhne, on the outskirts of Magdeburg.

What Is Kyon Energy's Largest Approved Storage Project in Europe?

  • Kyon Energy's largest approved storage project in Europe is located in Alfeld, Germany and has a capacity of 137.5-MW/275-MWh.
  • It is the largest project of its kind approved in Europe to date.
  • This battery energy storage system (BESS) is capable of supplying one million households with electricity for one hour.
  • Construction works are set to begin in 2021 and will be completed by the end of 2025.
  • Kyon Energy has already completed storage projects with a capacity of over 120 MW and has secured permits for nearly 500 MW more.
  • In October, Kyon Energy was given permission to build a 58-MW/116-MWh storage facility in Diesdorfer Wuhne, on the outskirts of Magdeburg.
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