Wärtsilä to store energy in Belgium

Finland's Wärtsilä will supply one of the largest energy storage systems in Belgium.

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Finnish company Wärtsilä, which primarily supplies technology for energy and shipping, enters the Belgian market for energy storage.

The Finns will supply and service one of the largest energy storage systems in Belgium at 25MW for an unnamed, independent electricity producer.

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