The Sellindge Battery Energy Storage System is a 50,000kW energy storage project located in Sellindge, England, UK.
The project will be commissioned in 2022.
The Sellindge Battery Energy Storage System is being developed by Pivot Power.
Pivot Power is the developer of Sellindge Battery Energy Storage System.
Pivot Power developing a national network of Energy Superhubs. These combine grid-scale batteries with high volume power connections to create rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging networks, powered by low carbon energy. Pivot have chosen sites that are close to National Grid substations, major road networks and nearby towns and cities. At each location Pivot Power plan to build a 50 MW battery connected to the high-voltage transmission network.
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