Diespeck - 20.7 MW

Diespeck, Neustadt-Bad Windsheim district, Bavaria

The battery storage project in Diespeck, in the district of Neustadt - Bad Windsheim, has an output of 20.7 MW and a gross storage capacity of 24 MWh. Battery cells from Samsung SDI are used. The battery storage system is used to provide system services (in particular primary control power), as well as to generate revenue from optimization on the spot market and from avoided grid charges (§ 18 StromNEV) and is connected to the grid of N-Ergie Netz GmbH. The plant, which was completed and commissioned in 2022, was sold to VERBUND and has been operated by them since then.

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On Obton's way to the first battery investments, the dedicated Kyon Energy team impressed me in several ways: The projects were perfectly developed, the data room for the project review perfectly organized. The thoroughness of the work also stood out in the due diligence process - no question was left unanswered. Kyon Energy is a pleasure to work with. "

Heiner Breuer, Senior Technical Expert
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The energy transition is one of the greatest challenges of our time. In this context, the expansion of storage capacities is a cornerstone for an energy supply from renewable and independent energy sources. Kyon Energy creates exactly these capacities and stabilizes and relieves the power grid in the process."

Dipl. Ing. Hans Urban, consultant and expert for photovoltaics, e-mobility and storage technology
02 / 02
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On Obton's way to the first battery investments, the dedicated Kyon Energy team impressed me in several ways: The projects were perfectly developed, the data room for the project review perfectly organized. The thoroughness of the work also stood out in the due diligence process - no question was left unanswered. Kyon Energy is a pleasure to work with. "

Heiner Breuer, Senior Technical Expert
01 / 02
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The energy transition is one of the greatest challenges of our time. In this context, the expansion of storage capacities is a cornerstone for an energy supply from renewable and independent energy sources. Kyon Energy creates exactly these capacities and stabilizes and relieves the power grid in the process."

Dipl. Ing. Hans Urban, consultant and expert for photovoltaics, e-mobility and storage technology
02 / 02