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Kyon to Construct 110-MW/220-MWh Battery Storage Facility in Lower Saxony

German energy storage developer Kyon Energy on Tuesday said it will construct one of Germany’s largest energy storage systems in Helmstedt, Lower Saxony.

The approved project will be 110-MW/220-MWh in size and will be located near the substation in Helmstedt, which is an important grid hub.

“Large-scale battery storage systems play a decisive role in the energy transition by increasing the flexibility of the power grid and enabling the integration of renewable energies,” remarked Florian Antwerpen, managing director at Kyon Energy.

Wittich Schobert, mayor of the city of Helmstedt, said the project supports the transformation of a former lignite mining area into a modern industrial location featuring renewable energy generation.

Kyon Energy has a track record of developing and selling with partners 121 MW of battery storage systems. The company says it has over 650 MW of permitted, ready-for-construction projects and a project pipeline of more than 7 GW.


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