The Haringvliet Hybrid Renewable Park – Battery Energy Storage System is a 12,000kW energy storage project located in Goeree-Overflakkee, South Holland, Netherlands. The rated storage capacity of the project is 12,000kWh.
The project will be commissioned in 2021.
The Haringvliet Hybrid Renewable Park – Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Vattenfall. The project is owned by Vattenfall (100%).
The key applications of the project are primary containment reserve and imbalance trading.
Vattenfall is the owner. Vattenfall is the developer. Alfen is the technology provider for the project.
The batteries are from BMW and have a capacity of 12 MWh. The complex includes a 22-MW wind farm, a 38-MW solar photovoltaic (PV) park and 12 MW of battery storage capacity. Together they will generate enough electricity to supply 39,000 homes.
Vattenfall AB (Vattenfall) is a state-owned energy company that generates, distributes and sells electricity and heat. The company also conducts the sale of gas and energy trading. Vattenfall generates power through various sources of energy including wind, nuclear, hydro, natural gas, solar, coal, biomass and waste. It produces and distributes district heating and supplies to households and industries in metropolitan areas. In addition, the company provides energy services such as battery storage, network services, charging solutions for electric vehicles, heat pumps, solar panels and smart meters. It serves households, businesses, electricity and gas customers. It has presence in Denmark, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK among others. Vattenfall is headquartered in Solna, Stockholm, Sweden.
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