The large scale on-grid battery storage project in Langenreichenbach, Germany, is prequalified with an output of 16 MW / 25 MWh PRL (Primärregelleistung – Frequency response). It is one of the largest battery storage systems in Germany and helps stabilizing grid frequency 24/7.
The system is installed near a substation and is connected at 33 kV. The project uses lead carbon batteries and is the first of a series of projects of the same type.
16 MW PRL (Primärregelleistung) battery system combined with lead carbon batteries
Frequency regulation services at the grid via demand power/ storage supply and provision of reactive power
SMA System Technology
9 Sunny Central Storage
9 Medium Voltage Power Station 1900
2 plant control with SMA Fuel Save Controller
1 SMA Sunbelt Monitoring System