Vattenfall confirms plans for Dutch hybrid wind-solar-battery project
14 August, 2019
Swedish power company Vattenfall will develop its first wind-solar-battery power plant in the Netherlands.
The hybrid facility will generate and store clean electricity, consisting of six 3.7MW Nordex wind turbines, a 30 hectare 38MW solar photovoltaic system, and a 12MW energy storage facility.
Located in the Goeree-Overflakkee region of South Holland, the plant is scheduled to begin operations in the second half of 2020.
Investment in the solar and storage components of the project total €35m (£32.5m), while Vattenfall confirmed the €26m (£24.1m) for the Haringvliet wind project in November 2018.
Vattenfall will feature at EIC Connect Energy UK this September in Manchester, discussing their Clean Energy Vision and project activities and opportunities in the UK and Europe.