Saft, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Total primarily based in Levallois-Perret, France, has received an order for 3 Intensium Max 20 High Energy containers from TuuliWatti, the Finnish wind developer and operator. The Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) power storage system (ESS) will help frequency regulation at a 21 megawatt (MW) wind farm in northwestern Finland. It may even optimize the wind energy, in addition to present backup and black begin capabilities.
The Li-Ion ESS, the most important within the Nordic international locations, is sized to supply an power storage capability of 6.6 MWh and ship 5.6 MW of energy for frequency regulation all through its 15-year lifetime. It is available in three built-in containers of two.2 MWh every, designed and manufactured at Saft’s web site in Bordeaux, France.
Commenting on the contract, Tommi Riski, Portfolio Manager for Power at TuuliWatti, stated: “TuuliWatti’s purpose is to be the main wind energy developer and producer within the Arctic area. Saft’s high-energy containers will assist us obtain this at Viinamäki by bettering the competitiveness of wind energy. They present a quick response in difficult environmental circumstances, in addition to the power storage capability to help grid stability, permitting us to regulate the output of our wind farm instantly.”
Hervé Amossé, Executive Vice-President ESS division at Saft added: “This contract is an early business success for Saft’s newest lithium-ion power storage system, launched in May 2019. The Intensium Max 20 HE container gives greater than twice the power storage capability of earlier Saft containers and gives best-in-class power density, lifetime and guaranteed efficiency. It builds on Saft’s monitor file of success with high-power power storage methods.”
Saft launched the Intensium Max 20 HE to handle nearly all of grid, renewables, business and industrial purposes that require large-scale ESS options with discharge instances of round two hours.
Saft makes a speciality of superior know-how battery options for business, from design and growth to manufacturing, customization and repair provision. For 100 years, Saft’s longer-lasting batteries and methods have offered vital security purposes, back-up energy and propulsion for our prospects. Our modern, secure and dependable know-how delivers excessive efficiency on land, at sea, within the air and in area. Saft is powering business and smarter cities, whereas offering vital back-up performance in distant and harsh environments from the Arctic Circle to the Sahara Desert. Saft is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Total, a serious power participant that produces and markets fuels, pure fuel and low-carbon electrical energy.
(Source and picture: Total/SAFT Intensium Max 20 High Energy containers)
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