Big guns aim at battery storage in Asia-Pacific

Big guns aim at battery storage in Asia-Pacific

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By Nick Flaherty

Fluence Energy, the energy joint venture of Siemens in Germany and AES in the US, is working with Japanese consortium JERA and the Australian LYON Group to develop commercial models and potential applications using utility-scale battery storage solutions.

JERA and LYON have been jointly developing hybrid solar and energy storage projects in Australia together with FLUENCE as the energy storage system provider. This deal expands the collaboration into the rest of the Asia-Pacific region.

Lyon is the world’s leading independent developer of integrated utility-scale battery storage and renewable generation projects having developed Australia’s first grid connected large-scale solar PV and battery storage project.

As part of the deal JERA will develop a balanced power generation portfolio that includes renewable energy and JERA will explore further application of energy storage system including the study on the effect of installing it into thermal power plants in Japan.

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