The Tynemouth Battery Energy Storage System is a 25,000kW energy storage project located in Newcastle, England, UK.
The electro-chemical battery energy storage project uses lithium-ion as its storage technology. The project was announced in 2017 and was commissioned in 2018.
The Tynemouth Battery Energy Storage System was developed by Element Power. The project is owned by Enel (100%).
The key applications of the project are frequency regulation and voltage control.
Element Power and Enel have delivered the battery energy storage project.
Tynemouth project was developed by Element Power and is now owned by Enel S.p.A. Tynemouth is supported by a four-year Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) contract with National Grid awarded to the project in 2016 EFR tender to provide grid balancing services. After four years, the project will participate to ancillary services and capacity market tenders.
About Element Power
Element Power Ltd (Element Power) is a renewable energy company that develops, acquires, builds, finances and operates onshore wind, solar, flexible grid and interconnection projects. The company offers services such as operation and maintenance, project and grid development, structuring and financing, construction management, operational management, asset management, operation and maintenance, site assessment and design, quality assurance and inspection, technical evaluation, and others. Its projects include Maali Interconnector, Greenlink Interconnector, El Tesoro, Viento Sur, Sucha Kamienica and Windy Rig Wind Farm, among others. The company has operations in the UK, Ireland, Finland and Poland. Element Power is headquartered in London, the UK.
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