The Oya Energy Hybrid Facility – Battery Energy Storage System is a 40,000kW energy storage project located in Central Karoo, Matjiesfontein, Western Cape, South Africa.
The project will be commissioned in 2022.
The Oya Energy Hybrid Facility – Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by EDF Renewables (South Africa) Pty and G7 renewable energies. The project is owned by G7 renewable energies (25%), Innowind Investments Pty (25%), Meadows Oya Energy Pty (25%) and Perpetua RMI4P Oya Pty (25%).
G7 renewable energies, Innowind Investments Pty, Meadows Oya Energy Pty and Perpetua RMI4P Oya Pty are the owners. EDF Renewables (South Africa) Pty and G7 renewable energies are the developers.
About EDF Renewables (South Africa) Pty
EDF Renewables (South Africa) Pty Ltd formely known as InnoWind (Pty) Ltd (InnoWind), a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles SA, is a renewable energy company that operates wind farms. The company develops, finances, builds, owns and operates renewable energy generation facilities in Sub-Saharan Africa. It also provides oversight services for renewable energy projects by managing the projects and their commercial agreements over their entire life cycle. The company is currently engaged in management and development of wind farm project in eastern cape region include Waainek Wind Farm, Grassridge Wind Farm, Chaba Wind Farm, Wesley-Ciskei, and others . It offers services such as project development, construction management and asset management on renewable energy projects in partenership with other business entities. The company runs its operations in Port Elizabeth and Cape Town, South Africa. EDF Renewables is headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa.
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