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SENS to develop 50 MW BESS along with 15 MW solar in Sweden

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Energy projects developer Sustainable Energy Solutions Sweden Holding AB (SENS) has announced the signing of a new lease agreement for solar-battery storage project outside Katrineholm, Sörmland in Sweden. The battery plant has a target of achieving a capacity of 50 MW and solar park of 15 MW. 

The integrated strategy aims to promote a stable and reliable energy supply, reduces dependence on fossil fuels and contributes to building a robust and future-proof energy infrastructure, the company claims. 

Further, SENS's strategic positioning and resources allows it to effectively navigate and lead the way towards future energy challenges, thus playing a decisive role in the transition to sustainable energy solutions, it adds. 

The project's market value, with a 'Ready-to-build' status, can vary between SEK 250-500 thousand/MW, according to the company. With this project, SENS's portfolio of projects with land leases amounts to 330MW of BESS and 75MW of solar capacity. 

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Henrik Boman, CEO of SENS, commented on the development, "We are enthusiastic about taking further steps towards a sustainable energy future by signing a new lease agreement in Sörmland". 

"This project, which integrates a solar farm with a battery plant, demonstrates our capacity and strategic positioning to successfully navigate the energy challenges of the future and contribute to building a robust and sustainable energy infrastructure", he added. 

As one of the leading developer of clean energy projects in Sweden, SENS secured land resources for two other facilities - a 50MW project in Hallsberg and a 40MW system project in Södermanland - in the last three months. 

The country, owing to its aging hydropower assets that are reaching their capacities, is opening new market avenues for battery energy storage. 

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