The Mulilo Total Hydra Battery Energy Storage System is a 150,000kW energy storage project located in De Aar, Pixley ka Seme, Northern Cape, South Africa.
The project will be commissioned in 2022.
The Mulilo Total Hydra Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Mulilo Total Hydra Storage Pty. The project is owned by Mulilo Coega Holdco Pty (33.33%), Redstreet1 RF Pty (33.33%) and Total Gaz & Electricite Holdings France (33.33%), a subsidiary of TotalEnergies.
Mulilo Coega Holdco Pty, Redstreet1 RF Pty and Total Gaz & Electricite Holdings France are the owners. Mulilo Total Hydra Storage Pty is the developer.
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The project is a part of Risk Mitigation Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (RMIPPPP). The South African Department of Mineral Resources and Energy had issued the tender to develop the project under Risk Mitigation IPP Procurement Programme (RMIPPPP).
About Mulilo Total Hydra Storage Pty
Mulilo Total Hydra Storage Pty Ltd is a hybrid electricity generation plant comprising of
solar photovoltaic (PV) technology, a battery energy storage system (BESS) and emergency
backup Diesel / Gas generator installations (Gensets). The company is headquartered in South Africa.
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