Tesla Megapack batteries have been commissioned at a new utility-scale energy storage site in Dorset, UK.
Renewable energy solutions provider Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) and clean power developer Harmony Energy have commissioned their first utility-scale energy storage project at Holes Bay, Poole, Dorset.
The project is made up of six Tesla Megapack, lithium-ion batteries to provide a total capacity of 15MWh connected to the Southern Electric Power distribution network - the infrastructure makes it possible to store energy from renewable generation, balance the grid and offer peak-time flexibility to the UK National Grid as the country shifts to a more decarbonised and decentralised energy system.
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