EnerVenue & Green Energy Renewable In 250 MWh Storage Deal

Highlights :

  • Green Energy Renewable Solutions and US-based renewable energy provider EnerVenue have established a master supply agreement. According to the agreement, Green Energy will purchase and implement EnerVenue’s storage solution for 250 MWh over the following three years.
  • Houston-based Henrik Jensen and Jens Juul, who jointly own and run Nicon Industries A/S, a prominent producer of steel and aluminum constructions for the wind, offshore, and maritime industries, are the owners of Green Energy, a recently established firm.

Green Energy Renewable Solutions and US-based renewable energy provider EnerVenue have established a master supply agreement. According to the agreement, Green Energy will purchase and implement EnerVenue’s storage solution for 250 MWh over the next three years. Houston-based Henrik Jensen and Jens Juul, who jointly own and run Nicon Industries A/S, a prominent producer of steel and aluminum constructions for the wind, offshore, and maritime industries, are the owners of Green Energy, a recently established firm. Nicon’s renewable energy and storage projects will be supported by Green Energy using EnerVenue battery containers.

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50MWh will be delivered in 2023, 100MWh in 2024, and 100MWh in 2025 under the Master Supply Agreement. Green Energy will customise building blocks out of EnerVenue battery vessels for projects within Nicon’s onshore and offshore project portfolio. Within the first three years of the EnerVenue agreement, Nicon has the ambitious goal of constructing 1 GW of storage projects through Green Energy.

Although first projects are anticipated to be onshore, Green Energy’s energy storage solutions must adhere to extremely stringent DNV certification and CE certification requirements for systems deployed in the offshore and maritime industry to support Nicon’s long-term aims. Essential safety and compliance factor in offshore environments like oil rigs, EnerVenue’s proprietary metal-hydrogen technology provides Green Energy with extraordinarily long battery life with minimum maintenance requirements and zero fire propagation risk.

According to Jens Juul, COO of Green Energy / Nicon Industries A/S, “By 2024, Nicon’s forklifts will switch from using fossil fuel to electric power and will be charged with Green Energy battery containers. Our battery containers will be charged overnight with renewable energy coming from the wind farms to supply the electricity needed for our sea fastenings jobs aboard wind installation vessels.”

Many of Green Energy’s upcoming renewable energy projects are linked to efforts by European Union nations to increase offshore wind power, decarbonize the marine sector, eliminate the import of volatile gas, and accomplish climate targets more swiftly and completely.

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