As technology advances and the cost of storage starts to become more competitive, this session will explore the implications of the storage revolution, at varying scales, for networks.
What are the findings from the Enhanced Frequency Response trial, and will this lead to the first major commercial deployments of grid scale battery storage? How are policy and regulation working to remove barriers to deployment and what are the challenges faced by DNOs in terms of operation and connection of storage?
How is domestic level storage advancing?
Chair: Paul Crompton, editor, Network Magazine
The economics and potential impact of battery storage in the GB market
Dr Ben Irons, director and head of commissioned projects, Aurora Energy Research
Beyond battery storage
Peter Bance, Energy Research Partnership and chief executive, Origami Energy
Exploring the barriers and opportunities presented by storage
Simon Daniel, chief executive, Moxia
Dan Taylor, managing director, Camborne Energy
James Veaney, Head of Electricity Connections and Constraint Management, Ofgem
Adriana Laguna-Estopier, low carbon technologies manager, UK Power Networks
Martin Cook, head of business development, EBD
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