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First multi-megawatt battery storage in Germany

Work has started on the first multi-megawatt battery storage project in Germany.

Sterling & Wilson to build large scale battery storage in west Africa

Indian EPC firm Sterling and Wilson has won its first large-scale hybrid and energy storage turnkey EPC contract order in Western Africa.

Engie pumped hydro-battery storage project unveiled

Engie Deutschland has unveiled a new battery energy storage – pumped hydro facility in Bavaria, Germany.

International team to develop Asia-Pacific battery storage

Japan's JERA, a US-German joint venture and an Australian firm have teamed up to develop battery storage projects in the Asia-Pacific, including the world's biggest, targeting a market expected to be worth several billion dollars by 2022. 

Shell backs promising solar battery storage specialist

Shell Ventures has signposted its latest interest in clean energy with its decision to boost battery storage maker sonnen in a $70m investment. 

Nissan rolls out solar/ battery storage solution in the UK

Nissan is now offering its solar and battery storage system in the UK, with homeowners potentially saving up to 66 per cent on their energy bills as a result of installation.

Big moves announced in UK battery storage

Two new projects are set to get under way in the UK, aimed at progressing development of battery storage.

Vestas and Northvolt continue to work out optimal battery storage

Danish wind giant Vestas is continuing to develop its understanding of battery storage as a means of better optimizing its wind and solar power portfolio.

Santander shows belief in battery storage

Earlier this year, Battery Energy Storage Solutions (BESS), a UK-based independent system solutions and flexibility services provider, received £28.5m in project finance investment from Santander.

Battery storage enters growth phase in Germany

Germany's power grid industry is expected to expand by 81 per cent this year, as 323 MW of the technology are to be developed as against 143 MW in 2016 and 178 MW last year.