22 MW / 35 MWh
Storage meets the operational requirements of a power plant to provide frequency regulation services to the Germany's "Primärregelleistung" (PRL) market.
Energy storage plays a vital part of Germany’s future as intermittent resources, including wind and solar, are increasingly introduced to the grid. An intelligent and unifying platform is necessary to integrate and maximise all of the generation assets onto the German grid to ensure reliable and safe energy delivery to the end customer.
In Northern Germany, a 22 MW energy storage facility balances the German grid, providing frequency regulation services to the country’s PRL market. The Cremzow project is based on partnership between Enel Green Power Germany, German wind developer and operator ENERTRAG AG, and engineering, procurement and construction contractor (EPC) Leclanché. Wärtsilä’s GEMS energy management platform intelligently integrates and manages the power plant across multiple applications, delivering frequency control, energy arbitrage and reactive power services.