Subsidy-Free Renewables - Commercialisation
Public course update – all sessions to be delivered online for the foreseeable future
To ensure we can still deliver our market leading training sessions we have moved all our course delivery online.
Rather than delivering the sessions in a single day, our experts will now provide the content in 3 sessions of around two hours over the course of three consecutive days.
The sessions will be fully interactive, and you can ask our trainers questions via a device microphone, or type questions and comments.
We are highly experienced at delivering remotely as they have formed part of our existing services for many years. You can join the course via any device with access to the internet and a browser.
A streaming service will also be available for delegates that are unable to attend the broadcast time.
You can still book on to any of our courses like normal, and once your booking is complete, you will receive an email link to join
This is essential learning to understand the commercial landscape for subsidy-free renewables. Our industry experts will set out the scale of the investment challenge, in terms of the amount of new renewables capacity required to meet a net zero emissions target for 2050 and the business models in play today that have called forward new developments. We will also discuss barriers to subsidy-free deployment and detail the revenue streams that can be accessed to build the business case for subsidy-free assets. Case studies to illustrate revenue streams are:
- Transmission connected solar (100MW)
- Co-located wind and storage (50MW wind + 20 MW battery)
- Behind the meter storage (2MW battery)
- Onshore wind (25MW)
The session will conclude with the latest insights on the outlook for wholesale electricity prices, Ofgem’s review of network charging arrangements, accessing ‘balancing’ revenues, and energy policy developments.
- Project developers and investors
- Storage and renewables generators
- Offtakers and electricity suppliers
- Strategic managers
Areas of focus
- Subsidy-free business models and current landscape
- Barriers to subsidy-free developments
- Wholesale, network, balancing and other revenue streams
- Case studies
- Future revenue landscape
Discounts are available for multiple bookings, please contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org to book this course or for more information.Book this gb course