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Centrica, sonnen create UK virtual power plant from 100 domestic batteries

Centrica PLC and sonnen GmbH have put together a network of 100 domestic batteries to form a virtual power plant in the U.K.

National Grid has given the nod to combine the network of storage facilities on a cloud platform in order to provide dynamic firm frequency response, according to a Jan. 17 news release.

Both companies are working together to further the existing system to provide even more storage capacity for grid stabilization.

Sonnen was acquired by oil major Royal Dutch Shell PLC in February 2019.