Zenobē Energy has started construction of a 300MW/600MWh battery energy storage project in Blackhillock, Scotland, following a £235 million long-term debt facility secured from five banks.
Zenobē secures £235 million to develop two battery energy storage projects in Scotland. The agreement also includes a £400 million accordion facility that will be used to debt finance expansions as well as future projects.
Independent power producer Conrad Energy has secured planning permission for a 15MW battery energy storage system (BESS) in Somerset.
Renewable energy, minerals and property firm, The Banks Group, has submitted planning applications to Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council for a “ground breaking” battery energy storage system (BESS) that is said to be able to store up to 2.8GWh of energy.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Amberside Energy have partnered to develop a 2GW portfolio consisting of solar and battery energy storage system (BESS) projects across the UK.
Close Brothers Leasing has signed an agreement with independent power producer (IPP), Conrad Energy, to provide £85 million in funding for eight battery energy storage sites (BESS) across the UK.
The UK added a record high 800MWh of new utility energy storage capacity last year, as the sector moves closer to GWh additions out to 2030 and beyond.
Smart energy infrastructure business SMS announced it now has a combined 90MW of battery energy storage systems (BESS) in operation in Ipswich and Barnsley.
Irish solar ‘moving in the right direction’ hails Strategic Power Projects after 125MW site approval
Strategic Power Projects’ (SPP) managing director Paul Carson has said that Ireland is “now beginning to move in the right direction” upon receiving planning approval for a 125MW solar and 285MW battery energy storage (BESS) co-located site in Movallet, Co.Louth.
Renewable development company Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) has completed the financial close of a UK-based battery energy storage system (BESS) portfolio with a combined capacity of 133MW/266MWh.
SSE Energy Solutions has confirmed the acquisition of three solar sites in Nottinghamshire from PV developer Gridmove.
TagEnergy has confirmed it has reached financial close on its fourth UK battery energy storage facility with a capacity of 49.9MW/100MWh in Fife, Scotland.
Energy storage company Gravitricity has appointed Gneiss Energy to support the development of a £40 million funding drive to spearhead the creation of three demonstrator projects for its technology in the next five years.
Centrica is set to repurpose a former gas-fired power plant in North Yorkshire to include a 28MW battery and the potential to develop off-grid hydrogen production and solar.
The Wave, Bristol, the UK's first inshore surf installation, will benefit from two Invinity VS3 vanadium flow batteries provided by battery manufacturer Invinity Energy Systems.
Statkraft, one of Europe’s largest renewable power generators, has agreed a “forward trade” for a Statera Energy battery asset in what has been called an “industry first” by the companies.