How, exactly, does energy storage work? What are the business benefits of deploying commercial battery systems? And how can they interact with other onsite technologies such as renewable energy systems to create a ‘decentralised’ business?
Energy storage provides grid stability during electricity outages and reduces the need to import electricity via interconnectors. For businesses, meanwhile, the technology helps to maintain reliable supply, reduce wastage and save money.
But how much does an energy storage system cost? What are the key considerations that must be made ahead of deploying the technology? And how is the UK energy storage market maturing?
This free masterclass webinar, supported by EDF Energy, gives edie readers everything they need to know when it comes to utilising energy storage technology: what it means, where it may work for their organisations, and the legislative and policy frameworks around the issue.
The masterclass on energy storage will also provide listeners with the ability to explore exactly ‘how’ such technologies work and can be applied – exploring how onsite energy storage projects are delivered, and what results it has brought to the end-user organisation.
This live, online masterclass will help sustainability and energy professionals get to grips with battery storage and how these systems can be deployed alongside renewable energy to accelerate the transition to net-zero carbon business.
- How businesses can scale up their energy storage strategies and potential solutions
- Energy storage solutions – looking at how storage can be placed at the centre of net-zero carbon strategies and energy programmes
- In practice: how businesses have applied energy storage projects
- Question and Answer sessions
INTRODUCTION AND CHAIR:
Insight Editor, edie
James Evison is the insight editor for edie.net, creating and covering the latest reports and news for sustainability, energy and resource efficiency professionals.
VINCENT DE RUL
Director of Energy Solutions, EDF Energy
Vincent joined EDF Energy to head the Business Development Team, having also managed the business sales team, responsible for EDF Energy supply activity for our business customers. He is now Director of Energy Solutions, thus responsible for the development and sales of all Energy Solutions for our business customers, including energy monitoring and energy efficiency, Demand Side Response, Storage, Electric Vehicles and storage.
Vincent joined us from EDF Fenice Rus, the Russian subsidiary of Dalkia, where he was Chief Executive Officer. Operating as an Energy Service Company (ESCO) in Russia since the end of 2009, Fenice Rus helps its industrial clients to improve the energy efficiency and environmental impact of their factories through energy service and performance contracts.
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