Power and renewables

Virtual roundtable – Renewables + storage: A winning combination?

Energy storage resource optimization

Learn about the opportunities and risks of co-location integration. 09:00 (BST)

Complimentary virtual roundtable (90 minute duration)

Wednesday 21 October 2020

09:00 (BST)

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Solar PV and wind are growing rapidly and dominate the electricity mix by 2050, when they each have a 31% share. This is 14 times today’s 1,250 GW capacity, resulting in annual installations averaging around 780 GW in the 2040s. This growth represents substantial opportunities for those parties involved in solar PV, wind generation and energy storage.

But the co-location of energy storage and renewables projects is still a relatively new concept requiring new business models and thinking to understand the opportunities and risks of integration.

On the morning of 21 October, DNV GL and BDO LLP will be discussing current trends and technical challenges and will be joined by a panel of experts from across the industry to share their perspectives on the future of the market in the UK.

Meet the experts

Mathew Rowe, Head of Department, Storage, DNV GL
Dr Matthew Rowe is a Principal Consultant at DNV GL Energy and currently Head of Department for Energy Storage across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Matthew is a Chartered Engineer and has a PhD in Energy Storage, he has published in internationally recognized energy journals, and often presents at academic and industrial conferences both locally and outside of the UK.

David Bevan, Transaction Services Director, Renewables & Power – BDO LLP
David leads the Renewable Energy team at BDO UK. He is a director in BDO’s Transaction Services team and has over fifteen years of experience working for banks, private equity and corporate investors. He specializes in the renewables sector but also has experience working across the waste, property, media & events and business services sectors.

Tracy Scott, Project Manager – Battery Storage, RES
Tracy Scott has worked for RES Group for over 20 years, firstly as an Electrical Engineering in wind farm construction and Head of Project Engineering, then more recently as Project Manager in wind, moving in 2017 to be Project Manager for UK&I Battery Storage. Tracy was responsible for all 4 of RES’s battery storage projects constructed in the UK to date and also leads RES’s Global Storage Standardization Programme. Tracy is a Chartered Electrical Engineer and Fellow of the IET

Hugh Brennan, MD, Hive Energy
Hugh Brennan has worked as the MD at Hive Energy Ltd for over seven years. He is an operations & business development executive with international experience in a wide range of corporate environments. He currently leads one of the UK's leading Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Park developers with a focus on both Commercial & Residential applications of PV technology.

Eric Weemaels, Technical Acquisition Manager, Foresight Group
Eric Weemaels Joined Foresight Group in 2017 and currently works as Technical Acquisition Manager in the London office. He has over 10 years of experience in development, procurement, construction and commissioning of renewable energy generation including onshore wind, ground-mounted solar PV and large-scale battery storage.

Register now to learn more

Join our round-table event at 09:00 (BST) on 21 October 2020 when industry experts will discuss the topic of co-location and focus on renewables/storage integration, the opportunities, the risks, buffering, asset installation and much more.

This 90-minute round-table webinar is incredibly relevant for equity investors, banks and financial institutions, legal advisors, financial advisors, contractors, technology developers or anyone interested in storage integration in renewable energy projects.

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Complimentary virtual roundtable (90 minute duration)

Wednesday 21 October 2020

09:00 (BST)

Register

Solar PV and wind are growing rapidly and dominate the electricity mix by 2050, when they each have a 31% share. This is 14 times today’s 1,250 GW capacity, resulting in annual installations averaging around 780 GW in the 2040s. This growth represents substantial opportunities for those parties involved in solar PV, wind generation and energy storage.

But the co-location of energy storage and renewables projects is still a relatively new concept requiring new business models and thinking to understand the opportunities and risks of integration.

On the morning of 21 October, DNV GL and BDO LLP will be discussing current trends and technical challenges and will be joined by a panel of experts from across the industry to share their perspectives on the future of the market in the UK.

Meet the experts

Mathew Rowe, Head of Department, Storage, DNV GL
Dr Matthew Rowe is a Principal Consultant at DNV GL Energy and currently Head of Department for Energy Storage across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Matthew is a Chartered Engineer and has a PhD in Energy Storage, he has published in internationally recognized energy journals, and often presents at academic and industrial conferences both locally and outside of the UK.

David Bevan, Transaction Services Director, Renewables & Power – BDO LLP
David leads the Renewable Energy team at BDO UK. He is a director in BDO’s Transaction Services team and has over fifteen years of experience working for banks, private equity and corporate investors. He specializes in the renewables sector but also has experience working across the waste, property, media & events and business services sectors.

Tracy Scott, Project Manager – Battery Storage, RES
Tracy Scott has worked for RES Group for over 20 years, firstly as an Electrical Engineering in wind farm construction and Head of Project Engineering, then more recently as Project Manager in wind, moving in 2017 to be Project Manager for UK&I Battery Storage. Tracy was responsible for all 4 of RES’s battery storage projects constructed in the UK to date and also leads RES’s Global Storage Standardization Programme. Tracy is a Chartered Electrical Engineer and Fellow of the IET

Hugh Brennan, MD, Hive Energy
Hugh Brennan has worked as the MD at Hive Energy Ltd for over seven years. He is an operations & business development executive with international experience in a wide range of corporate environments. He currently leads one of the UK's leading Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Park developers with a focus on both Commercial & Residential applications of PV technology.

Eric Weemaels, Technical Acquisition Manager, Foresight Group
Eric Weemaels Joined Foresight Group in 2017 and currently works as Technical Acquisition Manager in the London office. He has over 10 years of experience in development, procurement, construction and commissioning of renewable energy generation including onshore wind, ground-mounted solar PV and large-scale battery storage.

Register now to learn more

Join our round-table event at 09:00 (BST) on 21 October 2020 when industry experts will discuss the topic of co-location and focus on renewables/storage integration, the opportunities, the risks, buffering, asset installation and much more.

This 90-minute round-table webinar is incredibly relevant for equity investors, banks and financial institutions, legal advisors, financial advisors, contractors, technology developers or anyone interested in storage integration in renewable energy projects.