Vattenfall commits to Dutch hybrid play

Vattenfall is developing its first wind-solar-battery power plant that will generate and store clean energy, in the Netherlands.

The developer has made the investment decision to build a photovoltaic system and a battery at its Haringvliet onshore wind project site, in the Goeree-Overflakkee region of South Holland.

Vattenfall will bring the whole plant online in the second half of 2020.

The Haringvliet Zuid full-hybrid power plant (pictured) will consist of six Nordex wind turbines with an installed capacity of 22MW, a 30-hectare ground mounted 38MW PV system, which is Vattenfall’s largest solar project to date, and a 12MW energy storage facility.

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