The KREDL-Pavagada Battery Energy Storage System is a 7,000kW energy storage project located in Pavagada, Karnataka, India. The rated storage capacity of the project is 21,000kWh.
The project will be commissioned in 2022.
The KREDL-Pavagada Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Karnataka Renewable Energy Development.
The key application of the project is grid stability.
Karnataka Renewable Energy Development is the developer of KREDL-Pavagada Battery Energy Storage System.
Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL) proposes to develop a pilot based Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) project of 7MW/21MWh (in Pavagada Solar Park or any other location)
The proposed pilot BESS project is expected to be commissioned before March 2022 and the project is envisated to be connected at 33/11kV voltage level.
About Karnataka Renewable Energy Development
Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Ltd (KREDL) is a renewable energy organization that develops non-conventional energy sources. The organization generates power from rice husk, cotton stalk, straw, soya husk, coconut shells, coffee waste, de-oiled cakes, and others. KREDL promotes projects for connecting energy from solar energy, small-hydro, wind, biomass and energy recovery from wastes through private investment. It also offers promotion of renewable energy and energy conservation. The organization works through governmental agencies, NGO’s, private organizations, and accredited energy auditors. It offers promotion of non-conventional energy sources in Karnataka. KREDL is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
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