Batteries included in world's first offshore floating wind farm

Norwegian energy company Statoil is building the world’s first floating wind farm, and it recently announced that project will utilize batteries. The 30 MW wind farm, located 25 km off the coast of Peterhead, Scotland, is scheduled to be completed in 2018. A 1 MWh Li-ion battery system, located o...

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