New markets, FCAS, and pathways for storage in the NEM

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Cornwall Insight Australia’s ‘FCAS price curves’ are designed for lenders, equity investors, developers, and operators to support them in investment cases, budgeting, asset benchmarking and business planning. Learn more here.

Battery storage revenue streams optimisation – Series 2 – New markets and pathways for storage in the NEM

This webinar will cover rule changes relevant to battery storage in the NEM as well as renewable energy zones and access to new markets. We will also review the opportunities for distributed batteries and larger battery systems behind the meter, and highlight emerging risks that could impact battery revenues through the development, construction, and operational phases of the project.

Series 1 – Optimisation of storage and revenue streams in the NEM

Over 7GW of potential new battery storage projects are being developed in the NEM. This webinar will help you to understand how existing batteries are trading in the market and provide you with a range of potential future battery storage operational strategies. We will also cover factors to consider when developing or assessing battery projects and proposals.

FCAS projections and insights

The value and importance of FCAS, both as a cost and as a lucrative revenue stream, has only continued to increase in the NEM. We will break down the importance of FCAS services and how pricing has moved. As well as providing an overview of procured FCAS volumes in each market and how they have been changing historically, including the relevance for the future volumes procured. We will review changes in the suppliers of FCAS now and in the medium term to explain how the continued entry of variable renewables is affecting the forward FCAS price curves.

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