100MWh Battery added to ‘China’s Largest’ mixed Renewable Power Plant

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According to PV-Tech news, A 100MWh battery energy storage system has been integrated with 400MW of wind energy, 200MW of PV and 50MW of concentrated PV (CPV) in a huge demonstration project in China.

Luneng Haixi Multi-mixed Energy Demonstration Project has been described as “the world’s first and China’s largest electromechanical energy storage station with virtual synchronous generator,” by the chief scientist at the China Electric Power Research Institute, Dr Hui Dong.

It is able to add power to the grid equivalent to that produced by burning 401,500 tonnes of coal annually (126,250MW), coordinating and integrating the three different types of renewable energy that feed into it.

Luneng Haixi Multi-mixed Energy Demonstration Project sits in an active seismic zone in Golmud, Qinghai Province, where temperatures vary from -33.6°c to 35.5°c. ——————–***——————–
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100MWh battery added to ‘China’s largest’ mixed renewables power plant

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Location: Qinghai

Date: Feb 09, 2019 @ 11:06

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