Energy Storage Buyer’s Guide

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What to consider what steps to take when purchasing energy storage systems – this guide will enable you to make the right decisions if you want to add energy storage to your renewables mix. 

Topics include; developing a business case, looking at other income streams, working with the national grid, retrofitting projects on a larger scale, looking after your equipment, what questions funders will ask, working with the right manufacturer.

What to consider when purchasing energy storage systems:

  • Developing a business case
  • Looking at other income streams
  • Working with the national grid
  • Retrofitting projects on a larger scale
  • Looking after your equipment
  • What questions funders will ask
  • Working with the right manufacturer

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