Ofgem reassures solar developers over subsidy accreditation when adding storage

Ofgem has sought to reassure solar farm owners that it will not withdraw accreditation to subsidy schemes without having a good reason to do so as it continues to work on guidance for co-locating energy storage assets with solar.

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BEIS refuses to clarify energy storage de-rating despite ‘imminent’ decision

The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has refused to provide any clarity over when a decision on the potential derating of energy storage assets within the capacity market (CM) will be made despite a senior policy advisor stating the judgement is “imminent”.

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UK flexible energy sources to hit 25GW by 2030 but uncertainties remain over growth

Flexible and distributed energy sources in the UK will reach 25GW by 2030 according to Aurora Energy Research, which has forecast potential annual revenues close to £3 billion as batteries, ‘peakers’ and demand-side response (DSR) come to the fore.

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Hazel Capital bought as Gresham House enters ‘one of the most sought-after market segments’

Hazel Capital has been bought by investment manager Gresham House through a combination of cash and newly issued shares, which includes new investment in three energy storage projects.

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Investors journey into the ‘grey area’ of energy storage revenues

Investors in renewable energy technologies have had to undergo “a journey” from the fixed revenue offered by traditional solar projects to the “grey area” of energy storage revenues.

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Growatt building storage installer base as it looks to drive UK market maturity

Chinese manufacturer Growatt has revealed it is building up a base of accredited storage installers in the UK.

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Race is on for battery storage developers to take advantage of UK ancillary services, says Sungrow

Energy storage investors in Britain will need to have their projects in the ground by June next year at the latest if they are to take advantage of the lucrative new ancillary services market set to be implemented by National Grid, according to Sungrow’s European managing director.

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Race is on for battery storage developers to take advantage of new ancillary services, says Sungrow

Energy storage investors will need to have their projects in the ground by June next year at the latest if they are to take advantage of the lucrative new ancillary services market set to be implemented by National Grid, according to Sungrow’s European managing director.

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Vattenfall in discussions over adding grid-scale battery storage at existing UK solar PV farms

Electricity and heat generator and retailer Vattenfall is developing a third party model for energy storage deployment, which will see the Swedish firm deploy batteries alongside UK solar farms.

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Vattenfall reaches out to solar farm owners with battery model in co-location push

Electricity and heat generator and retailer Vattenfall is developing a third party model for energy storage deployment which will see the Swedish firm deploy batteries alongside UK solar farms.

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Capacity market de-rating in UK nudges Anesco towards flow batteries

Anesco is investigating how it could adopt flow batteries into future projects instead of lithium as a response to growing uncertainty around the future of storage de-rating in the capacity market, Clean Energy News can reveal.

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