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CIP and Alcemi to deliver 4GW portfolio of energy-storage assets in the U.K.
Transactions - MARCH 16, 2022

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CIP and Alcemi to deliver 4GW portfolio of energy-storage assets in the U.K.

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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has partnered with Alcemi to develop, construct and operate a 4-gigawatt portfolio of energy-storage assets deployed across the United Kingdom, supporting the integration of renewable energy capacity and the transition to net zero by 2050.

The projects, which are currently in late-stage development, have planned energy-storage capacities of between 300 megawatts and 500 megawatts each, with a storage duration of up to four hours, making them some of the largest energy storage projects in Europe.

They are being developed at strategic locations that will support the transmission system by limiting the impact of network constraints. This will help reduce the overall cost of energy for consumers as well as lower the carbon intensity of the U.K. power sector.

Alcemi originated and will continue to develop the projects with the support of CIP and Alcemi’s founding investor Susgen. Procurement activities will be primarily led

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