Leaders in the UK and international battery storage space discussed how the industry has rapidly evolved to become a viable business at the heart of the transition to low carbon and renewable energy in this panel session from the Energy Storage Summit 2021.
Held in late February by our publisher Solar Media, the sixth annual Summit was the first to be held online. Although it was a shame to not be meeting in person at a London venue as in previous years, it does mean that we’re able to bring you the video, below.
Moderated by Energy-Storage.news editor Andy Colthorpe, panellists in this keynote address included representatives from the two dedicated utility-scale energy storage investment funds listed on the London Stock Exchange, Gore Street Capital and Gresham House Energy Storage Fund, along with big utility players EDF and Centrica Business Solutions, as well as technology providers Trina Storage and Wärtsilä.
Moderator: Andy Colthorpe, Energy-Storage.news
Panellists: Daniel Greten – Head of sales for overseas storage at Trina Storage
Ben Guest – Fund manager at Gresham House Energy Storage Fund
Alicja Kowalewska – Investment associate for energy storage at Gore Street Capital
Dr. Neville Towers – Director of wholesale market optimisation at EDF
Björn Ullbro – Vice President for Africa & Europe at Wärtsilä
Jeroen Verbeeck – Sales and sourcing manager at Centrica Business Solutions
Energy Storage Summit is returning for the 7th year on 22-23 February 2022 in a live format! It will continue to foster and accelerate investment and deployment of energy storage globally. Through informative panel sessions and case studies from leading industry figures, networking roundtables and private workshop sessions. We will also see the return of the exhibition hall where you can explore the innovative solutions and products available within the industry and exchange business ideas.
There are digital tickets also available, book your Super Early Bird ticket today. These are limited before the price increases.
Cover image credit: Centrica.