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AGL picks Wärtsilä and Fluence to deliver on 1000MW big battery vision

AGL Energy will partner with battery technology firms Wärtsilä and Fluence to deliver on up to 1,000MW of planned big battery energy storage projects.

AGL said on Thursday that it had secured ‘non-exclusive framework agreements’ with the two companies for the supply of the big battery systems, following a competitive tender process.

Last year, AGL revealed during an update to shareholders that it was targeting 1.2GW of new energy storage capacity by 2024, with 850MW to be provided through battery storage projects, as the company works to pivot its electricity generation business away from coal generation to cleaner sources.

“This framework agreement is another example of AGL getting on with the business of energy transition and…

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