RES files prepare for 100MW UK storage plant
- Project, if consented, will be located adjacent to Spennymoor substation in County Durham
RES has actually sent a planning application for the practically 100MW Spennymoor energy storage project in north-east England.
The facility will certainly have an installed capacity of 99.9 MW as well as, if consented, will certainly be located adjacent to Spennymoor substation in County Durham.
RES said the proposal has been improved through numerous layout models based on info collected throughout detailed site study work.
The plans additionally consist of actions to boost biodiversity via the planting of mix grassland as well as woodlands on spoil bunds, that will certainly offer food and sanctuary to wildlife.
RES growth project manager Jenna Folkard said: "As we make the rapid transition to affordable renewables it is very important that we create more energy storage capacity on our grid to sustain an extra flexible system.
" Spennymoor Energy Storage Project will certainly have an installed capacity of 99.9 MW, making it one of our biggest developments to day as well as one that will certainly play an integral part in the UK's target of getting to net zero by 2050."