Minety Energy Storage
Wiltshire UK
150MW

Minety Energy Storage
Wiltshire UK
150MW

Minety Energy Storage
Wiltshire UK
150MW

Minety Energy Storage
Wiltshire UK
150MW

Developed in three stages of 50MW each, Minety Energy Storage will be 150MW when construction is completed in 2021, making it the largest energy storage project in Europe and one of the largest in the world

Developed in three stages of 50MW each, Minety Energy Storage will be 150MW when construction is completed in 2021, making it the largest energy storage project in Europe and one of the largest in the world

Developed in three stages of 50MW each, Minety Energy Storage will be 150MW when construction is completed in 2021, making it the largest energy storage project in Europe and one of the largest in the world

Developed in three stages of 50MW each, Minety Energy Storage will be 150MW when construction is completed in 2021, making it the largest energy storage project in Europe and one of the largest in the world

Luminous Energy developed the project with Low Carbon and it was subsequently acquired by China Huaneng Group (CHG) and Chinese government backed fund CNIC.

Minety Energy Storage will store the excess electricity generated from renewable sources and supply that power to the grid when needed. It will help in balancing the UK’s electricity supply and demand while facilitating the country’s transition to a net-zero carbon system. Shell Energy Europe Limited (SEEL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell, signed an agreement to off-take electricity from the initial 100MW battery storage project in February 2020 with Penso Power, who are now managing the construction of the project on behalf of CHG and CNIC.

Luminous Energy developed the project with Low Carbon and it was subsequently acquired by China Huaneng Group (CHG) and Chinese government backed fund CNIC.

Minety Energy Storage will store the excess electricity generated from renewable sources and supply that power to the grid when needed. It will help in balancing the UK’s electricity supply and demand while facilitating the country’s transition to a net-zero carbon system. Shell Energy Europe Limited (SEEL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell, signed an agreement to off-take electricity from the initial 100MW battery storage project in February 2020 with Penso Power, who are now managing the construction of the project on behalf of CHG and CNIC.

Luminous Energy developed the project with Low Carbon and it was subsequently acquired by China Huaneng Group (CHG) and Chinese government backed fund CNIC.

Minety Energy Storage will store the excess electricity generated from renewable sources and supply that power to the grid when needed. It will help in balancing the UK’s electricity supply and demand while facilitating the country’s transition to a net-zero carbon system. Shell Energy Europe Limited (SEEL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell, signed an agreement to off-take electricity from the initial 100MW battery storage project in February 2020 with Penso Power, who are now managing the construction of the project on behalf of CHG and CNIC.

Luminous Energy developed the project with Low Carbon and it was subsequently acquired by China Huaneng Group (CHG) and Chinese government backed fund CNIC.

Minety Energy Storage will store the excess electricity generated from renewable sources and supply that power to the grid when needed. It will help in balancing the UK’s electricity supply and demand while facilitating the country’s transition to a net-zero carbon system. Shell Energy Europe Limited (SEEL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell, signed an agreement to off-take electricity from the initial 100MW battery storage project in February 2020 with Penso Power, who are now managing the construction of the project on behalf of CHG and CNIC.