Solar Media’s Mollie McCorkindale takes a look at the surge in battery storage planning applications this year, as the pipeline for utility-scale projects hits 20GW.
The pipeline of utility-scale and large commercial segments for battery storage in the UK is continually increasing, with a pipeline of over 16GW of projects with the potential for deployment over the next few years.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Virmati's founder Amit Gudka to discuss the energy transition, the growing need for battery storage and going back to the beginning of a start-up.
Construction has got underway for Renewables developer Fotowatio Renewable Ventures’s (FRV) second battery storage project in the UK, together with partner Harmony Energy.
Downing LLP has announced its first utility-scale battery storage site in the UK, with a 50MW/53MWh project in Nursling, Southampton.
Smart energy infrastructure company SMS has begun construction on its first battery energy storage project in the UK.
Solar Power Portal caught up with Harmony Energy CEO Peter Kavanagh about how the industry has changed and what that means for the growth of battery energy storage, as barriers to large-scale development continue to fall away.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) has unveiled its second utility-scale battery project with Harmony Energy, having closed funding and construction contracts.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has outlined plans to “significantly increase” its portfolio as it launches a new share issuance programme.
Lauren Cook, analyst at Solar Media Market Research, explores the detail behind the data in the UK's battery storage market, as new applications continue to swell.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has acquired two battery storage facilities from VLC Energy for £29.2 million.
“Significantly” more electric and thermal storage will be needed for a low-cost 2050 energy system than previously thought.
60MW of energy storage developed by Fluence and Sembcorp Energy UK has come online, lauded as one of the largest transacted fleets of its kind in Europe.
As much as 500MW of additional large-scale battery storage capacity could be built in the UK in 2019, increasing its capacity by more than 70% to 1.2GW. Lauren Cook, analyst at Solar Media Market Research, reports.