Off the back of Regen’s Energy Storage – Towards a Commercial Model paper, as part of our ‘pathways to parity’ series we developed a follow-up publication that focuses on the business model of co-locating storage with generation and demand.
The paper looked at:
- How co-located storage could work technically
- The costs and revenues that could be applicable to storage co-location
- The operating modes of co-located storage assets
- The impact and significance of regulation, DNOs and Government policy
We are also considering the dynamic of ‘behind the meter’ prosumers into the co-location model, i.e. how the co-location of storage, generation and demand may be an optimum scenario to create most benefit and flexibility from storage.
We partnered with Green Hedge, TLT LLP, Triodos Bank and Vattenfall on this publication, which was launched in November 2017.
Download the paper here: Energy Storage: The Next Wave
Led by: Ray Arrell – Senior Project Manager