Storing green power in Dorset
July 6, 2020 | Source: The Telegraph
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy’s Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), a leading global developer of renewable utility-scale projects, along with British renewable energy developer Harmony Energy announced today the commissioning of their first utility-scale energy storage project at Holes Bay, Poole, Dorset in the UK.
The project uses six Tesla Megapack, Lithium-ion batteries that enable utility-scale energy storage with a capacity of 15 MWh and are connected to the Southern Electric Power distribution network, capable of powering 17,000 homes, a first in the British power industry. The utility-scale energy storage facility operates using Tesla’s cutting-edge ‘Autobidder’ AI software.
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