Mitigating the impact of TCR through solar and storage

Wednesday 24th November 2021

Theatre :  Energy Future & Flexible Networks 

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Energy costs are increasing and mitigating this additional cost is a key component in maintaining a profitable business. The basis of charging for electricity is also changing with the implementation, from April next year, of the OFGEM Targeted Charging Review (TCR).

At the same time, businesses are under increasing pressure from stakeholders to reduce their carbon footprint and follow a green agenda.

This presentation explores how solar PV can reduce the cost of energy for a business and how battery storage can mitigate the impact of the TCR.

These initiatives work together to implement on-site generation and maximise self-consumption to decrease the reliance and cost associated with grid supplied energy.

Richard Batty Key Account Manager
SMA Solar UK Limited

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