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It targets more than 12 GWh of BESS capacity in four global markets.
Energy storage firm Pacific Green targets to more than double its battery energy storage systems (BESS) in Australia to reach over six gigawatt-hours (GWh) of capacity.
This is following securing exclusivity deals for two major storage projects in Southern Australia with a total capacity of 3 GWh, the company said in a statement.
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The company targets to achieve financial close on its first 500 megawatt-hour storage project slated to start operations in 2026.
This is part of the company’s target of over 12 GWh of BESS capacity across four markets including the UK, Italy, and Poland.
In 2023, the company boosted its pipeline growth to 6 GWh.
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