Battery energy storage company Field has secured £77 million in funding as it looks to continue the rapid expansion of its portfolio.
Wärtsilä is to provide a 50MW/100MWh energy storage system for SSE’s first grid-scale battery project in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
A joint development agreement (JDA) has been signed by Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) and Bluestone Energy for up to 2GW of UK battery storage projects.
Battery cell manufacturer KORE Power is to provide the batteries for a 10MW/20MWh battery storage project under development between ABB and energy supplier Ecotricity.
RWE’s largest battery storage project to date has entered full operations in County Monaghan, Ireland.
Solar materials and component prices have stayed high longer than expected and developers are now starting to feel the pinch, the latest episode of the Solar Media Podcast has discussed.
A 200MW battery energy storage system (BESS) to be located in Heysham, Lancashire has secured planning permission.
Drax has applied to expand its Cruachan pumped hydro storage plant under Section 36, creating long-duration storage that could boost the rollout of renewables.
A battery energy storage system (BESS) being developed by Aura Power at Drax in Yorkshire has been granted planning permission.
The battery storage rollout needs to continue its upwards trajectory, with increased government spending required, according to new data from Cornwall Insight.
Canadian Solar has made its first move in the UK battery energy storage space after signing a number of agreements with Pulse Clean Energy.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund has raised gross proceeds of £150 million from an initial issue, which is to be used to pursue its 1.3GW pipeline.
Battery energy storage company Field has acquired another asset, bringing its total pipeline to 775MW/1,510MWh after just over a year of operation.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund is transitioning towards a trading-centric business model, with the company to upgrade all of its enhanced frequency response (EFR) battery storage sites to two-hour durations.
Battery energy storage company Field is to build a portfolio of four assets across the UK after securing financing from investment firm Triple Point Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Company (TEEC).
The increasing capacity of battery energy storage systems (BESS) in the UK is leading to the development of new types of contractual arrangements, while financing is “developing at a rapid pace”, according to Jonathan Cohen, head of energy at law firm Howard Kennedy.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund is eyeing changes that would allow it to invest a greater percentage of its assets into projects outside of the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Gore Street has signed a deal with Nidec ASI for the provision of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for the 49.9MW Ferrymuir and 79.9MW Stony battery storage sites.
AMPYR Solar Europe (ASE) has signed a deal with Edinburgh Airport to develop a 9MW solar farm linked with battery storage and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.
Gore Street has completed the acquisition of a 90% stake in a 28MWh operational energy storage asset in Cremzow, Germany, as the company plans to "aggressively" pursue certain international markets.
STEAG Solar Energy Solutions GmbH (SENS) is to build a new solar-plus-storage farm in Norfolk, with planning permission having recently been granted
Clean energy developer ILI Group has begun the initial planning phase for a new pumped storage hydro project in Scotland.
Bluefield Solar has acquired the development rights for its first standalone battery energy storage system (BESS).
Energy storage firm Gravitricity has secured new project support led by the European Investment Bank (EIB) for its plans to build a full scale 4-8MW project in a former mine shaft.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund is targeting a market share of c.25% to 30% in the UK and Ireland in 2022 following an increase in earnings over 2021.
European investor Catalyst Capital has acquired a site in Yorkshire for the development of a 100MW battery facility as part of its £300 million battery storage strategy.
Israel’s Nofar Energy is to pursue the development of UK battery energy storage systems (BESS) in a new joint venture (JV) with investment group Interland.
Macquarie’s Green Investment Group has reached financial close on its first UK battery energy storage system (BESS).
Two UK battery energy storage systems (BESS) under development by Japanese engineering firm Nippon Koei’s Netherlands-based subsidiary have reached financial close.
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