Wärtsilä is supplying GIGA Storage BV with a 25 MW / 48 MWh energy storage system, the largest energy storage system in the Netherlands to date, that will optimise the power system, regulate energy frequency and reliability on the grid, and improve revenues.
The GIGA Buffalo battery will store the equivalent of the annual energy consumption of more than 9,000 households each year and save up to 23,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per year.
The system will employ Wärtsilä’s GridSolv Quantum, a fully integrated, modular, and compact energy storage system. Wärtsilä’s GEMS Digital Energy Platform, a smart energy management system, uses machine learning and historic and real-time data analytics to optimise the complete system. GEMS software will enable GIGA Storage BV to remotely monitor, operate, identify, and diagnose equipment with unrivaled safety, reliability, and flexibility. Finally, the system will be optimised by Wärtsilä’s Service+ GAP solution, which provides comprehensive system maintenance with performance guarantees.
|Who||GIGA storage BV|
|What||25 MW / 48 MWh Energy storage system|
and 48 MWh of energy storage capacity
tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per year to be saved
The Buffalo battery will help stabilise the Netherlands’ electricity grid and save up to 23,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year. We’re pleased to work with Wärtsilä to implement this landmark project which will help us reach our goal of deploying 3 GW of energy storage in Europe by 2030.
|Customer||GIGA Storage BV|
|Site size||25 MW / 48 MWh|
|Site locations||The Netherlands|
|Applications||Renewables integration, Grid stability|
|Scope||Extended equipment delivery|
|Lifecycle solution||LTSA Service+ GAP|
Wärtsilä reaching final commissioning for Netherland’s largest energy storage system
Wärtsilä enters the Dutch market to supply the country’s largest energy storage system to support grid stability
Wärtsilä enters Belgium market with 25 MW energy storage system to balance grid and support reliability