Battery storage for grid stabilisation in Hungary

With large storage against voltage fluctuations


Through renewed cooperation with our project partner INFOWARE Zrt., we were able to install a further large storage facility for INTILION in Hungary.

The large-scale storage facility INTILION | scalecube stabilises grid voltage fluctuations at the Hungarian distribution grid operator NKM near Földeák.

Due to the new climate protection and energy strategies, more and more PV solar power plants are being built in Hungary. However, the PV solar power plants operated in the NKM area repeatedly led to voltage fluctuation problems in the grid. To compensate for these, NKM has published a public tender for the construction of a lithium-ion energy storage system. INFOWARE has successfully won this tender and is once again relying on INTILION battery system technology.

In order to maintain safe and reliable grid operation in Hungary and to minimise voltage fluctuations, INTILION is supplying a large storage unit with battery modules in a fireproof rack with smoke extraction, air conditioning and the lithium-ion battery with approx. 1.7 MWh and control unit. The entire energy management system was planned and installed by our project partner INFOWARE. The developed local EMS controller will implement ten different solutions to improve and stabilise the grid parameters of NKM in its medium voltage grid.

The storage project is located on a large animal farm. For this reason, fire protection and the mechanical concept, including filtration, were given a particularly high priority in the planning of this project.

Safety and reliability in fire protection and in all other areas is a top priority for INTILION. We are therefore all the more proud that, together with our partner INFOWARE, we have once again succeeded in equipping Hungary with a secure battery storage system.

With the highest level of safety and reliability, INTILION has once again successfully delivered a battery storage unit to Hungary. This helps the Hungarian distribution network operator NKM to stabilise the voltage fluctuations that occur in its PV network.