Energy Storage Summit Conference in London - 26-27 February 2019
February 26 - 27, 2019 - Greater London UK

Solar Media

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The largest UK downstream focused event addressing energy storage returns to London in February. It includes four streams filled with developers, financiers, utilities, networks and aggregators discussing standalone storage, along with co-located and CandI applications. Some sessions will be returning due to popular demand, including completed projects case studies, technology comparison and aggregator sessions. Last year saw the introduction of an international stream including top case studies from around the world with innovating business models and positioning of utilities, as well as completed EFR projects, co-location focus and utilities' strategies. THE CONTENT FOCUSSED ON: Policy and regulations: future of network charging and embedded benefits, length of contracts and alignment of tender process System operator: what are the system operator's needs and strategies; and what impact they will have on the revenue stream for storage? Strategy: how are companies across the value chain approaching the market? PPAs: who is providing them, at what price and how do they make your project more bankable? Finance: debt, equity, asset finance and corporate capital: who are the players and what are they willing to lend/invest against? Case Studies: hear from the most successful commercial projects, both in the UK and Europe Revenue Streams: future of revenue streams, volume, application processes and synergies Technology, innovation and integrated systems: pros and cons for different technologies; the link between EVs, charging infrastructure and energy storage BY PARTICIPATING IN THE SUMMIT, ATTENDEES WILL MEET THE ENTIRE ENERGY STORAGE VALUE CHAIN: DNO, Regulators, National Grid PPA Providers: Utilities, ESCOS, Traders, aggregators Finance community: Banks, boutique mezzanine providers, renewable asset owners, private equity End users: Housing Associations, Local Authorities, Installers, Large energy users

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