Panel discussion– Maximising ROI with co-located solar and storage facilities
Co-location of renewables assets with storage was rarely considered in the era of subsidies, but it is about to become the norm as investors seek to maximise the value of assets. Capital and operational costs can also be reduced by sharing existing infrastructure, land and grid connections. Combining storage and generation assets also allows more effective utilisation of connected grid capacity, with the savviest investment funds now taking the step of retrofitting storage to their existing renewables projects, therefore making schemes more attractive to investors.
- With half of all solar power to be co-located by 2050, is the long duration energy storage system investment ready?
- What does the end of renewable subsidies mean for investors? Is co-location the answer to project developers’ cost constrains?
- Price arbitrage opportunities and increase in investment returns
- Mitigating risks and limiting profit compression through dynamic containment strategies
- Increasing ROI by reducing CAPEX and OPEX through co-location retrofitting: the case study
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