The Future Economics of Battery Installations

Wednesday 24th November 2021
11:00  -  11:50

Theatre :  Energy Future & Flexible Networks 

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The cost of batteries are high. The economic case is improving with the introduction of P375 meters from next year which will allow trading in peak and off-peak periods.

The session will explore how trading could give the economic green light to mass scale battery roll out.

Brian Clavin - Head of Battery Energy Storage Solutions Total Data Centre SolutionsBrian Clavin Head of Battery Energy Storage Solutions
Total Data Centre Solutions
Ian NicollIain Nicoll Metering Team Leader
ELEXON

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