Wednesday, 19 February 2020
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The Shell Energy Europe Limited gas and electricity unit of the Anglo-Dutch fossil fuel giant has agreed to buy power from a 100 MW energy storage project under development in southwest England.
The energy storage project, consisting of two 50 MW units, is scheduled for completion this year near Minety, in north Wiltshire.
“Projects like this will be vital for balancing the UK’s electricity demand and supply as wind and solar power play bigger roles in powering our lives,” said Shell Energy Europe vice president David Wells.
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