UK gas power plant site to be retooled as low-carbon hub by owner Centrica
Centrica is set to repurpose a former gas-fired power plant in the UK to include a 28MW battery storage system and the potential to develop off-grid hydrogen production and solar. The first project at the site, in the county of Yorkshire in England will be a 28MW/56MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) which will utilise some of the 41.5MW export capability of the existing grid connection.
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