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According to reports from German media, the German operator PreussenElektra intends to repurpose the site of a decommissioned nuclear power plant into an energy storage facility. The energy storage project will be completed in two phases, with a total capacity of 800MW/1600MWh, making it the largest battery storage project in Europe.

PreussenElektra plans to construct and operate a 100MW/200MWh battery storage project near the nuclear power plant by 2026 in the first phase. The second phase involves adding an additional 700MW installed capacity on a 12-hectare site adjacent to the nuclear power plant, bringing the total capacity to 800MW/1600MWh upon completion. The estimated cost of this project is 500 million euros, and it will be implemented in collaboration with PreussenElektra’s parent company, E.ON, without seeking public funds.

The Brokdorf Nuclear Power Station, located in the Schleswig-Holstein state in northern Germany, has a capacity of 1410MW and commenced operations in 1986. With an average annual electricity generation of approximately 11 billion kWh/h, it has consistently ranked among the world’s top 10 power stations for 21 times, placed in the top 3 for 12 times and achieved “World Champion Power Station” twice.

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