The CEOs of Fluence, Gore Street, Gresham House and six others have penned an open letter calling on policy makers in Europe to set adequate targets and policy frameworks for the deployment of energy storage.
Gresham House, a stock exchange-listed investor in battery storage in the UK and Ireland, has said the majority of its development pipeline projects could have at least two hour durations of storage when built.
Since its IPO in November 2018, Gresham House Energy Storage Fund, a utility-scale battery storage investment fund listed on the London Stock Exchange has seen its total share price return of 27.3% significantly outperform the 7.9% returns across the FTSE All Share weighted index.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund, one of two stock exchange-listed investment funds in the UK dedicated to energy storage, is proposing a new issue of ordinary shares at 102 pence (US$1.41) per share to raise further capital for its development pipeline of 1.3GW.
A look at this morning’s Energy Storage Summit 2021 keynote discussion, ‘What is the key for really making money from batteries?’ and the panel’s thoughts on the increasingly complex range of revenue pathways.