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Vattenfall to build 60-MW hybrid energy park in the Netherlands

Vattenfall AB plans to invest €35 million to build a 60-MW hybrid energy park in Haringvliet, Netherlands.

The project will consist of a 38-MW solar farm, a 22-MW wind farm and a 12-MWh battery system, according to an Aug. 12 statement.

"Hybrid systems provide less pronounced peaks and we see fewer total times without production. This leads to a more efficient use of the network infrastructure," said Gunnar Groebler, senior vice president and head of business area wind at Vattenfall.

The project is expected to be fully operational in September 2020.