Sumant Sinha, Renew Power Chief on India's Battery Storage Charge with 150MWh Project - CEO Speak - India Renewable Energy Consulting – Solar, Biomass, Wind, Cleantech
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Companies such as Renew Power have started implementing stationary storage in a significant way; I recently read about a 150 MWh battery system they have connected to a solar power plant.

While 150 MWh might appear small when compared to the scale needed for solar power + battery projects, it certainly is not insignificant.

It was only a few years back that I was talking to a business contact from L&T Solar and he was beaming about the fact that they were planning to have a 16 MWh battery storage facility for a solar power plant they were implementing!

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