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Grid stabilisation

Battery storage power plants

Battery storage power plants store energy with batteries on an electrochemical basis. In contrast to other storage power plants, such as pumped storage power plants with outputs up to more than 1,000 MW, battery storage power plants achieve between several kW and a few MW. The largest realised systems achieve capacities up to 36 MW. Like all storage power plants, they are primarily used for covering peak loads in grids and, when there is insufficient balancing capacity, for stabilising grids.

The illustration shows a computer rendering of the M5BAT battery storage power station.

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Supported by: The Federal Government on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag

Dates

23. October 2017
E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium

5. December 2017
Intersolar India

13. March 2018
Energy Storage Europe 2018

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