UK engineering company Rolls-Royce said it won a contract to supply the Netherlands’ largest battery storage system.
The 30MW/60MWh system will be used for grid frequency regulation in the Netherlands to integrate electricity from renewable energy sources into the public grid.
It will also be one of the largest battery storage systems in the EU, according to Rolls-Royce.
The storage solution from Rolls-Royce’s German Power Systems business unit consists of 168 lithium-ion battery units, seven inverters and the intelligent control platform mtu EnergetIQ.
Rolls-Royce said it has recently started supplying mtu EnergyPack QG large-scale storage solutions to go with its battery container solutions. These consist of modular units which include integrated battery cabinets and control platform.