Data management and digitalisation enable the successful operation of large battery energy storage systems (ESS), from existing use cases to future applications. In times of uncertain and quickly changing market conditions, these technologies and the benefits they can provide to ESS operators have become essential.
In this webinar, experts from Saft and TotalEnergies Renewables discussed the growing role of digitalisation in energy storage operation.
The Greek Minister of Environment and Energy recently announced a 700 MW tender for energy storage, to be issued in the autumn with a procurement of €200 million (US$235 million) in subsidies. In addition, through its Recovery and Resilience Plan, majority-funded by the EU, Greece plans on investing more than €450 million for the installation of 1,380 MW of energy storage (including pumped hydro storage) by 2030.
Greece seems to be bound to represent a key storage market in the next 10 years.
In this webinar, Clean Horizon provided an overall picture of the energy storage market in Greece, highlighted the rising opportunities for investors, and more.
This webinar explored the role of battery storage and renewable energy in the UK’s drive to net zero, the impact they will have on infrastructure and how to maximise asset revenues to meet rapidly-changing electricity market opportunities.
The global battery market is one of the fastest growing, and most exciting, sectors in the energy transition, affecting consumer trends towards electric vehicles and the integration of renewable generation using stationary storage. Prices have consistently fallen as deployment rises, but the market faces a lack of transparency over drivers and where costs are headed. This webinar discussed the current state of the industry, and the challenges players are facing in the short and long term.
In this webinar, Honeywell experts discussed how the company has brought some technology solutions and service contracting options to the markets of the APAC region that can help developers, investors, owners and operators of energy storage assets to de-risk their projects and find financing. Honeywell’s technology allows energy producers to reduce their LCOE, microgrid and energy storage owners to optimise their operations, and commercial and industrial (C&I) clients to achieve their corporate sustainability goals.
Automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR, formerly known as “secondary reserve”) is finally opening up to energy storage in most European countries. The PICASSO project to establish a European platform for exchanging balancing energy for aFRR will start opening up the market as early as this summer in some countries. This new opportunity comes at the right time for storage, as FCR (or “primary reserve”) prices have been decreasing to levels that have disappointed some investors.
Through this webinar, experts from Clean Horizon and Gore Street Capital drew a path for European investors and IPPs active on the continent who are looking to successfully finance merchant storage projects.
Aimed at reducing the cost, complexity and environmental footprint of stationary energy storage system (ESS) installations, Leclanché launched a modular battery storage solution based on easily transportable plug and play racks that can be put together onsite. This webinar presented a comprehensive new approach to these and other challenges.
The Americas edition of this webinar in partnership with Honeywell Process Solutions, focused on providing an insight into how technology, combined with world-class performance guarantees, can help de-risk and monetize energy storage, in a session that is of interest to investors, developers, utilities, independent power producers, commercial and industrial entities with a large electrical footprint and energy storage-as-a-service providers in the Americas.
Learn about how Honeywell’s energy performance contracts are enabling investors, developers and C&I facilities to de-risk and monetise their investment in battery storage and renewable distributed assets (RDA).
In this webinar, Wärtsilä Energy and Pivot Power discussed how energy storage is accelerating the UK’s energy transition by providing crucial capacity for rapid electric vehicle charging and enabling integration, optimisation and future-proofing the operational performance of multiple energy system assets under a single portfolio.