CAES Zuidwending - Placing Groningen and The Netherlands at the forefront of the energy transition
CAES Zuidwending, the first large-scale electricity storage facility in the Netherlands located at Zuidwending in the province of Groningen, is being developed by Corre Energy Storage BV.
The project will deploy advanced compressed air energy storage (CAES) technology and aims to develop and implement the World’s first 100% renewable CAES solution for integration of renewable energy.
The project’s designation as a European Project of Common Interest confirms its status as one of Europe’s most important energy infrastructure projects.
CAES Zuidwending will have a generation capacity of approximately 300 MW and a daily storage/delivery capacity of approximately 3-4 GWh (gigawatt-hours). The project is scheduled for commissioning in 2024-25.
This highly innovative project will allow a new, 100% renewable large-scale energy storage technology to be replicated across Europe and worldwide.
CAES Zuidwending will place The Netherlands and the Province of Groningen at the forefront of the energy transition.
CAES Zuidwending is being developed by Corre Energy Storage BV which is part of Corre Energy
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