Training Webinar Session 2: Business models and revenue streams in Europe

400 €


Clean Horizon Consulting will host 2 training webinar sessions in June 2022. This second session will present how the European market structure enables storage development through revenue stacking to maximise benefits.

Description

GROUP discount : Interested in registering 3 participants or more (up to 5) ?

Please enter 1 as quantity and type CORPORATE in the coupon field to  to benefit from a total price of 1 000 EUR/ 1 125 USD. 

If you chose the CORPORATE option, please contact training@cleanhorizon.com with the list of registrees (Company, Paypal order transaction ID, first and last name, email address).

This session will take place on June 23rd,2022 from 2:00 PM until 5:00 PM CEST: it is a good opportunity for stakeholders worldwide to understand how the European market structure enables storage development through revenue stacking to maximise benefits.

 

What's included?

  • 3-hour live webinar
  • Q&A
  • Training slides
 

Who should attend?

Investors, developers, independent power producers willing to have a good level of understanding of the different revenue streams available for storage system in Europe.

 

Prerequisite:

None

 

Program:

 

Introduction to the European storage markets

  • Overview of the installed capacity per country

Capacity markets

  • Why do we need capacity payments ?
  • The strike price model VS the availability model
  • Example of the French long-term capacity auction

Frequency Containment Reserve

  • The FCR cooperation
  • FCR price : where will the decline end ?

Fast frequency control services

  • The growing need for fast frequency control
  • Example of the Dynamic Containment, Great Britain’s most lucrative ancillary service

Secondary reserve markets

  • The PICASSO cooperation project
  • How to generate revenue with storage assets on the aFRR
  • Example of Belgium: energy storage takes advantage of Elia’s new aFRR format

Renewable-plus-storage auctions in Poland and Germany

Conclusion

  • Mapping of the major opportunities for storage in Europe
  • A quantitative forecast of the storage landscape in 2025