1MW battery planned for Danish Baltic island

The Technical University of Denmark has received a grant of EUR 2.55 million to install a grid-connected battery, the hitherto largest of its kind in Denmark, and it will be tested on the Baltic island of Bornholm.

Photo: PR DTU

The Danish energy regulator has granted the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) DKK 19 million (EUR 2.55 million) to pursue its project titled "Bornholm Smartgrid Secured - by grid connected battery systems", or BOSS for short, says DTU in a press statement.

The endowment will be used to install the country's largest energy storage system, with a total price tag of DKK 30 million and 1MWh/1MW capacity, on the Baltic island

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