Zenobē’s newly announced project in Wishaw, North Lanarkshire is featured in The Scotsman.

Zenobē’s newly announced project in Wishaw, North Lanarkshire is featured in The Scotsman.

The project will see the installation of one of Scotland’s largest battery storage projects and will be the first to ease constraints directly from the transmission network.

James Basden, co-founder and director of Zenobe, said: “We are incredibly excited to be launching this pioneering project.

“With some of the world’s most ambitious climate change targets, and COP26 taking place in Glasgow this November, all eyes are on Scotland, and this is exactly the type of innovation needed to help the country become a world leader in renewable energy production.

  “In working towards climate targets, batteries like this will play an essential role in stabilising the grid and allowing a greater uptake of renewables, ultimately ensuring a more sustainable future for both Scotland and the UK more broadly.”

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