The Groupe Renault’s North Rhine-Westphalia Advanced Battery Storage System is a 70,000kW energy storage project located in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The rated storage capacity of the project is 60,000kWh.
The project was announced in 2018 and will be commissioned in 2021.
The Groupe Renault’s North Rhine-Westphalia Advanced Battery Storage System is being developed by Renault. The project is owned by Renault (100%).
The key applications of the project are renewable energy integaration and electric energy time shift.
Renault is the owner. Renault is the developer.
This stationary storage system is built using EV batteries compiled in containers. The system uses second-life batteries, as well as new batteries stored for future use in standard replacement during after-sales operations. The project is a part of Groupe Renault’s “Advanced Battery Storage” program, which aims to build the biggest stationary energy storage system using EV batteries ever designed in Europe by 2020.
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