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The amount of electricity generated from renewables in the UK has increased 3-fold over the last decade. Due to its intermittent nature, the rise in renewable generation has resulted in increased demand for flexible capacity to help meet energy balancing requirements for the national grid system.
Pumped storage hydro is considered by the Directors to be the most developed and largest capacity form of grid energy storage that currently exists. This can help reduce renewable energy curtailment and therefore promote grid stability.
A typical conventional pumped storage hydro power plant consists of four components:
Components are often housed underground.
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