Major energy storage boost approved in Scotland

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Alcemi has been granted planning permission for 1.5GW of energy storage projects in Scotland.

This approval, covering one of the world’s largest initiatives, is a collaborative effort with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) through their Flagship Funds.

These projects aim to play a pivotal role in supporting the transmission system by addressing network constraints and facilitating the integration of renewable energy sources into the national grid.

Projects include the Devilla Energy Storage (500MW/1,000MWh) in Fife, north of Edinburgh and Rawhills Energy Storage (1GW/2GWh) in Coalburn, south of Glasgow.

The final investment decision from CIP is expected later this year, with construction set to commence shortly after.

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