RES markets 50MW Scottish storage site

Oct 13, 2021 05:01 PM ET
  • Roaring Hill battery system has been obtained by TagEnergy
RES markets 50MW Scottish storage site
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RES has marketed its 50MW Roaring Hill Energy Storage Project in Scotland to TagEnergy.

Roaring Hill contains 18 battery units as well as was consented in 2 stages by Fife Council.

The system will offer grid stabilisation as well as secondary grid services, supporting the network by stabilizing supply as well as need.

TagEnergy is a clean energy enterprise speeding up the change to renewables by investing in competitive generation and also storage properties in order to contend directly and proactively on the energy market.

Battery energy storage is a vital innovation providing flexibility to the network and supporting the decarbonisation of the UK's electrical energy system by 2035.

RES has actually completed 272MW/371MWh worth of energy storage projects throughout Europe and also North America.

The grid security offered by energy storage systems inevitably sustains the advancement of renewable energy, assisting to help with the energy change.

RES taking care of director for development and also building and construction Lucy Whitford said: "We delight in to be dealing with TagEnergy, and also expect supporting them as they deliver the project.

" This newest energy storage project will aid sustain the network as we transition to web absolutely no as well as highlights the placement of RES as a reputable, economic and also risk-free selection for energy storage consumers in the UK."

TagEnergy president Franck Woitiez added: "This is an important progression for TagEnergy as we seek to drive the speed of transition to renewables via projects that supply trustworthy energy affordably as well as at scale.

" Our considerable battery storage proficiency implies we can leverage our flexible energy supply to optimise the energy market while assisting to stabilise the grid and enhancing renewables' share of it.

" We are pleased to be working with RES, whose experience in developing and handling energy storage systems is world-leading."