Driven by high prices, European focus on decarbonisation, and energy independence targets, Poland is on its way to moving away from traditional commodities and building a renewable-dominated system. The shift will create more volatile wholesale markets and greater demand for balancing and grid stability measures. The following rapid decommissioning of Poland’s coal fleet will lead to high demand for newbuilt dispatchable capacity, accompanied by growing uncertainty about investments into new gas units. This transition time brings a large number of new opportunities for battery storage in Poland.
Access the report to discover:
- What revenue and risk does capacity market participation bring?
- How much value is there in wholesale market arbitrage?
- How will Poland’s flexibility markets function?
- How does battery dispatch optimisation look in other markets, and how much of an upside can this bring to business cases?