Anesco currently has 29 operational sites comprising 76 individual battery units, providing combined capacity of 87MW.
The company said several projects are under construction, including a 50MW installation in Hampshire in England due for completion later this year.
Anesco executive chairman Steve Shine said: “We have long recognised the potential and importance of battery storage for the UK’s energy mix and have invested heavily in making sure it is a commercially viable option for investors and commercial organisations alike.
“We have not only focused on making the technology a commercially viable proposition but have invested in research and development which looks towards the evolution of the sector."
The company opened the UK’s first subsidy-free solar farm at Clayhill, Bedfordshire (pictured),in September 2017.
Anesco’s solar farm portfolio now exceeds 101 sites while its O&M service, AnescoMeter, is monitoring over 21,500 sites, the company said.
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