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Dutch renewable builders Corre Energy and SemperPower have teamed as much as ship a big battery storage facility, to be collocated at Corre’s compressed air power storage (CAES) undertaking in Zuidwending, within the province of Groningen, the Netherlands.

The 50/50 three way partnership will initially make investments €7 million ($7.6 million) to ship the 320 MW two-hour battery undertaking, with a complete of 640 MWh.

The battery undertaking ought to present “a near-term, extra income stream to the corporate,” whereas supporting CAES’ plans, Corre mentioned in a launch Friday.

In different phrases, the massive battery will share the identical grid infrastructure as Corre Energy’s deliberate ZW1 CAES undertaking. The developer goals to make use of the positioning’s salt caverns to construct a 320 MW CAES facility with a most storage discharge period of roughly 3.5 days and a goal begin date of the top of 2026. undertaking might be constructed as hydrogen gas enabled from the beginning.

Dutch power provider Eneco signed a 15-year offtake settlement for the ZW1 undertaking in January 2023 and can optimize the whole output of the storage web site for Corre Energy.

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