The Rock Farm Battery Energy Storage System is a 20,000kW energy storage project located in Ludlow (Shropshire), England, UK.
The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses lithium-ion as its storage technology. The project was announced in 2016 and was commissioned in 2018.
The Rock Farm Battery Energy Storage System was developed by Anesco and Eelpower. The project is owned by Eelpower (100%).
The key applications of the project are renewables capacity firming and renewables energy time shift.
Anesco, BYD and Eelpower have delivered the battery energy storage project.
Eelpower Limited has acquired the recently-completed 20 MW Rock Farm battery storage scheme from Anesco for an undisclosed sum. Rock Farm will be monitored by Anesco’s specialist O&M service, AnescoMeter, and linked to Limejump’s Virtual Power Plant offering to ensure it generates maximum returns for Eelpower through a number of different revenue streams including FFR and wholesale trading. Rock Farm is Eelpower’s seventh project in its stable of energy storage assets. Eelpower is funded by Gravis Capital and private investors.
Anesco Ltd (Anesco) is an alternative energy company that offers renewable energy products and services. The company offers products such as ground mount solar panels, rooftop solar panels, subsidy free solar products, energy storage equipment, commercial and utility scale energy storage equipment, LED lighting, biomass, and airsource heat pumps. It also provides ground source heat pumps, combined heat and power pumps, among others. Anesco offers services such as operations and maintenance, power purchase agreements, energy company obligation, minimum energy efficiency, standard energy audits, and residential renewable energy services, among others. The company has operations in Reading and London, the UK. Anesco is headquartered in Reading, the UK.
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