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GIG & Enso Energy join for subsidy-free solar & storage

GIG & Enso Energy join for subsidy-free solar & storage: Enso Energy and GIG Macquarie’s Green Investment Group are to partner up for an initial 1GW of solar power development in the UK. With the aim to create one of the UK’s largest subsidy-free solar and battery storage portfolios, the partnership hopes to deliver clean…
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EDF & Octo Energy launch solar & battery storage

EDF & Octo Energy launch solar & battery storage: Octo Energy has inked an 200MW agreement with EDF Renewables to identify and build hybrid solar and battery storage projects in England and Wales. EDF’s goal is to expand its existing 1GW UK portfolio and reach 10GW of additional storage by 2035 and this partnership is…
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Zenobe and EDF seal battery trading deal

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…
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Statkraft to manage ‘largest solar and storage project’

Statkraft to manage ‘largest solar and storage project’: Statkraft and Warrington Renewables, a company owned by Warrington Borough Council, have signed a hybrid power purchase and optimisation agreement, for what it claims to be ‘UK’s largest solar and battery storage project’. The solar plant, which consists of a 27MWh battery storage facility and a 35MW…
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COVID-19 impacts on low-carbon investments

COVID-19 impacts on low-carbon investments: The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many sectors across the UK, and investment in low-carbon infrastructure has paused in many markets. Daniel Atzori, Research Partner at Cornwall Insight, comments on the likely impacts of the COVID-19 crisis in low-carbon infrastructure finance and investor confidence.   “Despite the decrease in electricity prices…
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Flexible asset PPA capacity and competition increases

Flexible asset PPA capacity and competition increases: The Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) market for flexible assets* in the last six months has grown in size and seen increased levels of competition as new off takers and optimisers make themselves known in the market.   Based on Capacity Market (CM) agreements, there is ~4.8GW of flexible…
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