Zenobe and EDF seal battery trading deal: EDF has partnered with Zenobe Energy to optimise and trade 59MW of its battery portfolio.

The new partnership, includes contracts for supply and trading of energy and aims to extend Zenobe’s access to the wholesale market.

The two companies are expected to work together on selecting asset trading strategies as part of the deal.

Steven Meersman, Zenobe’s Founder Director said: “This structure offers us a great deal of optionality. It allows us to retain overall control on allocating the assets for maximum benefit.”

Commercial Lead Stuart Fenner, at EDF commented: “This deal with one of the leading owner-operators in the UK, demonstrates the strength of both our trading team’s expertise and our commercial scale as an organisation which has enabled us to develop a truly innovative deal for Zenobe.”

Zenobe and EDF seal battery trading deal

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