Better Energy, Denmark's leading provider of large-scale megawatt solar parks, has begun a long-term collaboration with the Danish energy storage consulting firm Hybrid Greentech. This partnership will develop new technical concepts to stabilize electricity supplies from solar cell parks. By improving energy storage, energy producers can improve the quality and stability of the electricity supply, earn higher prices on the electricity markets, and improve the overall profitability of the facilities.
Courtesy of Better Energy
"The people at Hybrid Greentech have technical competencies that contribute to our development of energy storage in interaction with our energy technologies. Hybrid Greentech fits in well, and we are sure they will be a strong a strong partner," said Mikkel Dau Jacobsen, Executive Vice President, Technology and Solutions, Better Energy.
Better Energy has solar power projects in Denmark, the Netherlands, the UK, Germany, Poland and Ukraine, with a total capacity of 229 MWp / 380GWh.
Hybrid Greentech is one of Denmark's leading energy storage consulting houses. The company's mission is to promote the use of energy storage to achieve 100 percent sustainable energy in the power supply sector, a goal that can only be achieved by creating storage solutions to secure a continuous and steady electricity supply from energy sources such as wind and sun, which fluctuate due to natural conditions.
The collaboration between Better Energy and Hybrid Greentech will include the design and execution of demonstration projects with solar energy and energy storage.
“We want to demonstrate competitive energy storage technologies together with solar parks to show the way towards 100 percent renewable energy," stated CEO of Hybrid Greentech, Rasmus Rode Mosbæk.
Hybrid Greentech's employees have more than 25 years of accumulated experience in energy storage with a focus on hydrogen and battery technology. This expertise is the key to both the usability, and the value of the calculation tool.