NHOA Energy Partners with Statkraft to Boost UK Battery Storage Capacity

NHOA Energy has entered into an agreement with to develop a cutting-edge battery storage project in Coylton, Scotland, aimed at enhancing grid stability and supporting integration.

The agreement includes the supply and servicing of a 130MWh battery storage facility once operational, marking NHOA Energy's third major venture in the 's burgeoning battery storage sector. The Coylton Greener Grid Park project is set to provide essential grid-forming capabilities, synthetic inertia, and power quality functions.

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“Our new battery storage system in the region positions us at the forefront of the energy transition, harnessing the UK's dynamic market and leveraging Statkraft's expertise,” said Lucie Kanius-Dujardin, Executive Vice President Global Markets at NHOA Energy.

Statkraft's Principal Project Manager for Greener Grid Parks, Lucy Kent, highlighted the project's significance: “Coylton Greener Grid Park will bolster the UK's renewable energy infrastructure, reinforcing Statkraft's commitment to enhancing grid stability and resilience in anticipation of future energy demands.”

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The initiative aligns with System Operator's (ESO) NOA Stability Pathfinder requirements, aimed at advancing grid stability through innovations such as short-circuit power and synthetic inertia solutions.

NHOA Energy and Statkraft's collaboration underscores their joint commitment to innovation and sustainability in the energy sector, setting a benchmark for future projects in the UK.


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