MHP launches Ukraine's first 25 MW energy storage project
Agroholding MHP announces construction of Ukraine's first energy storage system (BESS) with 25 MW power.
All innovative energy projects within agroholding implements company MHP EcoEnergy.
The company also announced a tender for the development of a feasibility study for BESS connection to the electrical grids, with the possibility of future use of smart grid technologies.
According to the company, implementation of the 25 MW BESS project in the city of Ladyzhyn, Vinnytsia region will start in four stages:
- I stage: 5 MW / 5 MW*h
- II stage: 5 MW / 5 MW*h
- III stage: 5 MW / 5 MW*h
- IV stage: 10 MW / 10 MW*h
“Ukraine needs to reduce its dependence on dirty energy and modernize its energy infrastructure extremely quickly using energy storage and smart grid to remain economically competitive and energy independent”, - commented the President of MHP EcoEnergy Oleksandr Dombrovskyi.
According to him, the accumulation of energy will allow to maintain the power supply, which will be available 24/7. Energy storage plays an important role in creating a more flexible and reliable power grid.
“We want to show everyone that energy they generate can be used for their own needs, to optimize energy consumption and ensure energy independence throughout the production cycle. With the advent of new advanced technologies, energy accumulation can play a crucial role in Ukraine's transition to 100% clean energy and energy independence,” said Oleksandr Dombrovskyi.