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Steag procures 90 MW of Li-ion battery energy storage from LG Chem, highlighting increasing acceptance of batteries for primary control.

December 01, 2015  | Subscribers Only

Sam Wilkinson Sam Wilkinson Associate Director, Solar & Energy Storage
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Major Germany electricity producer, Steag, has announced that between mid-2016 and early 2017 it will install a total of 90 MW of battery energy storage systems at its existing power plants in Germany, and will use these systems to participate in the primary control market.

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