The Battery Storage Summit
Storage owners must be ruthlessly entrepreneurial
“Businesses with energy storage assets
and portfolios can’t afford to waste time
in gearing-up for the future energy market. They must not hesitate to boost their own capabilities now, to ensure that they are calling the shots on how their trading strategies evolve in the long term.”
Peter Bance CEO & Founder
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Bringing together energy storage pioneers
About the event: Inspiratia's Battery Storage Summit has been created to deliver a forum where the pioneers in the storage sector can come together to chart the new markers of success in this booming industry.
Throughout the day, discussions will explore the new possibilities across the UK market and share insights from emerging storage markets. Most importantly, we will thoroughly examine the critical role that technological innovations will play in the sector's future.
Attended from Origami
UK Energy Market Reform conversations may rumble on for years,
creating uncertainty that impedes storage market innovation and growth
Don’t wait for answers from government to double down on digital investment and pioneer more agile approaches to trading power in a volatile market
Come to terms with the reality
of the future energy market now
to navigate current regulatory uncertainty, and prepare
Rather than waiting on answers from government, UK energy storage owners and operators must be ‘ruthlessly entrepreneurial’ in updating their energy trading strategies and adopting digital technologies that inform the direction of the market.
Origami's White Paper, Trading Power in a Volatile Market, analyses how owners of energy storage projects must transform their approaches to energy trading and asset management to thrive, amid price volatility and fundamental changes in market structure.
Trading Power in
a Volatile Market
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The changing market requires a degree of flexibility which does
not currently exist, underpinned by new digital operating systems.
With project owners no longer able to stick monogamously to one deal / route-to-market for 10 to 20 years, these new systems must provide a combination of real-time power market data – showing where value exists both now and in the future – and the advanced infrastructure that enables operators to dispatch power into the right value pools at short notice.
However, while this need for a digital upgrade is broadly acknowledged, uncertainty over the future direction of UK Energy Market Reform – which may not be settled until 2024 at the earliest – is still hampering momentum for energy companies gearing up to succeed, when the smart grids of the mid-2030s arrive.
“Businesses with energy storage assets and portfolios can’t afford to waste time in gearing up for the future energy market. They must not hesitate to boost their own capabilities now to ensure that they are calling the shots on how their trading strategies evolve in the long term.
The storage market is full of entrepreneurs, and we will need this pioneering – sometimes ruthless – mindset to prepare for and drive forward the changes the industry needs to see, while the UK continues to debate its long-term energy strategy.”