Wartsila has received a repeat energy storage system order totalling 90MW from a client in South-east Asia that will provide much flexibility and grid support to allow the further integration of renewable energy.
The EPC deal includes the company’s propriety software and hardware solutions.
Wartsila said the GridSolv Max solution provides flexible and modular storage for the core hardware assets within its energy storage systems, including batteries, a safety and fire system, and inverters.
Wartsila’s GEMS delivers smart digital controls to optimise the entire storage system, it said.
Wartsila Energy business director, North and South East Asia Nicolas Leong said: “This contract represents a further endorsement of Wartsila’s EPC capabilities, which have been sharpened with experience from similar regional projects.
“Our speed of execution and the coordination between the teams involved provides the support demanded and delivers an optimised solution to the customer.”