Renewables developer Anesco has set its sights on bringing up to 380MW of battery storage to market by 2020. That level of deployment would see the firm more than quadruple its current portfolio within three years, and it has pointed towards a surging demand for its services as the reason behind its swelling order book. Anesco has been among the leading players in the UK battery storage market, completing 10 co-located retrofits before connecting the UK’s first subsidy-free solar-plus-storage project – Clayhill – last summer. Anesco’s existing portfolio now comprises 29 operational sites with 76 individual battery units, with a combined capacity of 87MW.
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