Harmony Energy Storage has secured planning permission on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Planning Committee to develop a 49.5 MW battery storage facility in Hull.
Comprised on 17 battery units, the ability might be built at a two acre site on land beside Creyke Beck substation in Cottingham, near Hull.
Based in Yorkshire, Harmony Energy Storage build, buy and operate a portfolio of assets all over the UK.
Director Peter Kavanagh said: “The energy market and technologies have evolved dramatically since Harmony Energy was founded truly.
“Recent developments happen to be driven from the must reduce fossil fuel from the energy mix. Over the next few years, developments in energy storage joined with other renewable energy solutions could supply the most reasonably priced energy available and will trigger creating opportunities inside the sector for developers and landowners.
“Because of this, landowners and consultants are increasingly considering operations, assets and also in totality to benefit from and deliver smart technology capabilities.”
The company was advised by Carter Jonas’ Infrastructure and team.