Singapore installs first utility-scale energy storage system

Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) has installed its first utility-scale energy storage system at a substation in Woodlands. ..

The system was jointly funded by EMA and country’s electric utility SP Group, and implemented by a consortium comprising local solar energy firm Sunseap Energy Ventures, local Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Finnish energy solutions provider Wartsila. This initiative is considered critical to analyse the contribution of energy storage infrastructure in supporting Singapore’s target of at least 2 GW-peak of solar deployment by 2030.


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