How flexibility is key to powering sustainable returns from battery storage in the UK and Ireland

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In response to the increased variability in supply that accompanies the growing adoption of energy generation from renewable sources, grid operators and utilities in the UK and Ireland are now placing a premium on asset flexibility – the ability for supply and demand resources to modify their electrical production or consumption when required. This evolving market has created a complex energy landscape that requires deep expertise to navigate it.

With change comes opportunity, and the energy transition is no exception. In this webinar, learn how, through more sophisticated energy market participation, flexible assets like battery energy storage systems can generate more revenue and achieve greater performance visibility, enabling them to exceed returns on investment and support the journey to net zero.

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