A 9MW behind-the-meter battery is now live at Port of Tilbury.
The storage project, owned by Gore Street Energy Fund, is using Origami’s platform to tap revenues including Triad and frequency response. It also has a capacity market contract, with Beis hopeful of restarting payments in the coming weeks, subject to the outcome of further legal challenges.
Origami CEO, Peter Bance, suggested further Gore Street-owned batteries will use the platform to sell flexibility in markets and ancillary services.
The fund acquired two projects from Origami last year, with a 10MW front of meter (FTM) battery in Brentwood, Essex part of the transaction.
Both were originally scheduled to be operational within the first half of 2019.
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