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7th of January 2021
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TES.POD® at MBR's solar complex in Dubai

The TES.POD’s role in providing clean and affordable baseload power to a visitor center in MBR Solar Complex.

Azelio announced on December 9, 2020 that it will install its TES.POD® in Dubai. It will be part of a mini grid that will power a visitor center in the fourth phase of one of the world’s largest solar parks, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum (MBR) Solar Complex in Dubai. The set-up in this mini grid is a good illustration on how Azelio’s long-duration storage will be combined with other technologies to enable a global green transition.

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