The SK E&S-Doosan Changwon Facility – Battery Energy Storage System is a 12,000kW energy storage project located in Changwon, South Gyeongsang, South Korea.
The project was commissioned in 2018.
The SK E&S-Doosan Changwon Facility – Battery Energy Storage System was developed by SK E&S.
The key applications of the project are peak demand management, energy arbitrage and solar power shifting.
Samsung SDI and SK E&S have delivered the battery energy storage project.
Doosan is responsible for supplying the storage system, while SK E&S is handling “investment and operation” for the project. The project will help reduce the facility’s use of grid electricity during peak times.
About SK E&S
SK E&S Co Ltd (SK E&S) a subsidiary of SK Holdings Co Ltd is a utility service provider that offers natural gas and electricity distribution. The company’s business activities include city gas, district energy, power, overseas business and LNG. It operates and supplies electricity from its LNG power plants in Gwangyang and Oseong. SK E&S’ district energy business produces and sells both heat and electricity from its energy production facilities. The company’s renewable energy business invests, develops and operates renewable energy equipment in the fields of solar, wind and fuel cell energy sources. It supplies environment-friendly energy to domestic and industrial users. The company has operations in China and South Korea. SK E&S is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.
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