Scottish energy storage developer Intelligent Land Investments (ILI) Group has begun tendering a 50MW battery storage project. The Dyce project, located in Scotland, has a grid connection date of September 2025. The sales tender for the project will be open to expressions of interest until 28 April 2023 with non-binding offers by 12 May 2023.
ILI Group has experience in identifying and selecting optimal locations for energy projects. The company secures planning consents, grid connections and land rights before selling fully packaged sites to developers. Mark Wilson, ILI Group CEO, said: “This new project offers a unique opportunity for the right developer in the battery storage sector, with a 50MW capacity and a connection date of September 2025. “Energy storage projects like Dyce are a crucial component of the energy transition and the drive towards a net-zero future.”