To become home to Europe’s Largest Battery is Teeside: Wilton International, Teesside’s industrial cluster in North Yorkshire, will soon be home to Europe’s largest battery project.

This comes on the heels of an announcement by Sembcorp Energy UK (SEUK) to construct a 360MW energy storage system at the Teesside site.

Wilton International has readily available land and connections to enable the batteries to be installed quickly.

SEUK currently operates 70MW of batteries, with another 50MW in the works and set to go live in early 2022.

“Now, more than ever, flexible energy sources play an increasingly important role in maintaining secure and reliable energy supplies.” said, Chief Executive Officer of the Uk and Middle East at  Sembcorp Industries, Andy Koss. 

“With a growing reliance on renewables, the UK energy system needs to be flexible and able to respond quickly to changes.”

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