Energypark Haringvliet in Netherlands is inaugurated. It is Vattenfall’s first power plant that combines wind, solar and batteries. By combining these technologies, it will be able to produce energy at a lower cost, make a more efficient use of available grid capacity, with less impact on the environment. Therefore, Haringvliet will serve as a blueprint for future projects.Located 20 kilometers south of Rotterdam, Haringvliet consists of six wind turbines, 115 000 solar panels and a large battery of 12 sea containers full of batteries. All three technologies jointly share the same grid connection. The energy park is expected to produce approximately 140 GWh of electricity annually, an amount equivalent to the consumption of 40 000 Dutch households. Wind and solar power complement each other well during different seasons and can share the same grid connection, leading to less power needed to be reserved in the grid. The battery ensures that the net remains in balance. Also, the sharing of substation, cables, grid connection and the maintenance of roads saves time, money and have less environment impact.