Financing net zero: Investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure
As the number of electric vehicles (EVs) has rapidly increased, with registrations in 2022 up 40 per cent on 2021, charging infrastructure is rapidly evolving into an asset class in its own right. As demand for EVs continues to grow, vital questions must be answered on the most suitable business...
Against a backdrop of ongoing developments in the energy market, the importance of unlocking future low-carbon generating capacity continues to grow, offering rife investment opportunity. In partnership with Shoosmiths, Cornwall Insight’s upcoming “Financing Net Zero” session discussed the investment case for merchant financing of solar, wind and energy storage assets....
Co-location, co-location, co-location
Our webinar, in partnership with law firm Weightmans, considered several opportunities and use cases for the co-location of different renewable energy technologies. Combining different technologies through co-location can help unlock additional revenue streams, but also comes with added risks and complexities that can put off investors. Our event gathered market...
Reserve and response services: accessing and realising flexibility revenues
The 'Reserve and response services: accessing and realising flexibility' session is part of a series to help you understand the challenges and opportunities to maximise ‘flexibility’ revenue opportunities from storage and generation assets. This 'Market insight webinar' clearly explains what each service entails, how they can be achieved, and conditions...
Accessing flexibility revenues with EVs
The 'Accessing flexibility revenues with EVs' Market Insight webinar, sees our experts detailing how electric vehicles (EVs) and their charging infrastructure can deliver commercial benefits to vehicle owners, charging infrastructure operators, and electricity supply parties through providing services to the electricity sector. Our insights will assist fleet owners and operators,...
Power generation and renewables
Commercial potential of grid forming technologies
Large integrated electricity transmission systems have relied on multiple thermal generators to provide an underlying level of operational stability, but as we shift to more decentralised and decarbonised systems on the path to a net zero economy, much of that stability is expected to disappear. Power systems are looking to novel approaches...