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Senegal: Battery storage talks

State power utility Senelec has been holding talks with stakeholders to discuss the procurement of 80MWh of battery storage. Senegal has been rapidly procuring variable renewable power and the 158.7MW Taïba N’Diaye wind project in particular requires more reactive capacity on the grid to be fully dispatched. The project is set to begin commissioning in September with roughly 50MW coming online in October, 50MW in January and 50MW in April 2020.

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