Around 20 energy storage systems (ESSs) are to be deployed at roadside service stations in the UK where the grid supply isn’t enough for rapid charging infrastructure, the country’s government has said.
UK-based energy storage investor-developer Pivot Power is to develop 100MW / 200MWh of battery storage split across two sites in the West Midlands region of England in partnership with energy technology provider Wärtsilä.
A 50MW lithium-ion battery storage system which will form part of a transmission system-connected ‘Energy Superhub’ has been commissioned in Oxford, England, while another 100MW transmission-connected project in the country has reached financial close and is set to begin construction soon.
Smart grid, energy storage and EV charger solutions provider Alfen has made significant quarterly increases in revenues in all three segments according to the Dutch company’s reporting of its latest financial results.
“Intelligent energy platform” company Kaluza is claiming a UK first as it provides one of the country’s distribution network operators (DNOs) with flexibility from domestic batteries and transport solutions using one platform.