Total will build an energy storage system based on lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 25 MW and a capacity of 25 MWh near the port of Dunkirk (France), Ecotown reports.
The competitive selection was conducted by the French system operator RTE.
The Intensium Max 20 High Energy system consists of 11 containers containing 2.3 MWh each. It will provide quick reserve services to maintain the stability of the French power system.
Total creates a portfolio of low-carbon power projects, which should account for 15-20% of the company's sales by 2040.
To recap, French company Saft, which is a 100% subsidiary of the oil and gas concern Total, won a tender for the construction of an energy storage system in Finland.
It was previously reported that Total was entering the Spanish solar energy market.
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