VIDEO: UK energy storage providers, optimisers and financiers on the routes to market

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'Routes to market for energy storage', a panel discussion that took place at this year's Solar & Storage Live 2019, in Birmingham, England. Sponsored by Kiwi Power and hosted by Terrapin Events. 

Energy-Storage.news was delighted to be asked to moderate a session in which participants and pioneers of UK energy storage – and solar – gave their perspectives on everything from the right technologies and what they can do, how financiers view the market today, to how we can all join together to create a modern, clean and sustainable energy sector.  

Moderator: Andy Colthorpe, Editor, Energy-Storage.news

Panel: Thomas Jennings, Energy Storage Lead, KiWi Power
Mark Turrell, Asset Finance Business Development Director, Wyelands Bank
Ed Porter, Energy Assets Director, RedT
Roberto Castiglioni, CEO, Ikigai Capital

Watch the 30 minute video below, which is an edited version of the live event. 

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