Posted by Betsy Lillian, North American Windpower
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has commissioned a redox flow energy storage system at its hybrid wind and solar La Plana project near Zaragoza, Spain. According to SGRE, hybrid projects of wind energy, solar PV and other energy sources are becoming a more and more attractive option to drive the energy transition to higher shares of renewable energy. Read more here.
Image: Siemens Gamesa’s La Plana hybrid wind and solar test project near Zaragoza, Spain
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