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    A team selected by Econergy to deliver 50MW Yorkshire battery

    An engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) agreement for a 50MW battery energy storage system in northern England has been completed by Econergy Renewable Energy.


    Trina Storage and G2 Energy signed an EPC deal with Econergy for the energy storage project in Yorkshire.


    The Swangate project is a component of a larger pipeline of storage projects that Ecoenergy is building in the UK, which together total about 2.6 gigawatt hours.


    Econergy is developing its storage projects in two different ways: as stand-alone grid-support storage projects and as co-location projects with its 900MW solar pipeline.


    By 2025, Econergy anticipates having completed all of the renewable energy projects in its pipeline in the UK.


    More than 400 connections to the national electricity grid in the UK with a combined capacity of more than 3GW were made by G2, a contracting business in the storage industry in the UK and Ireland.


    More than 500 MW of connected storage installations are owned by Trina Storage.


    Econergy’s CEO, Eyal Podhorzer, said “We are delighted to have secured the EPC agreement with Trina and G2 for our Swangate storage project in the UK.”


    “This is the first storage project in Econergy’s pipeline which has reached this stage, marking a significant milestone for the company.”


    “The UK is a key market for Econergy and is leading the development of storage technology globally, which will accelerate the energy transition by mitigating the intermittency of renewables and reducing our reliance on fossil fuels.”


    “This project will help us to become a key player in the UK storage market as we look to continue expanding our portfolio of projects under development in the country.”


    Head of Overseas Storage for Trina Storage, Terry Chen, said “We have invested heavily to develop our in-house utility scale LFP battery storage system.”


    “The Swangate battery project is the first deal featuring our vertically integrated product Elementa in the UK.”


    “As part of this project, Trina Storage will deliver a fully integrated BESS solution with world-class safety standards and capabilities built into every aspect of system design and delivery. We are very pleased to be working with Econergy and G2 Energy to deliver this project successfully and many more in future.”

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