In France, events from recent years show that market conditions can be more volatile than expected. Batteries can capitalise on these fluctuations in day-ahead ancillary service prices by charging during low-price hours and discharging during high-price hours.
However, the economic viability of batteries can be affected by several factors such as structural changes within the markets and external variables like weather variations, which pose a risk both for investors and debt providers.
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- Which are the key market drivers?
- How do they impact market prices?
- What do relevant equity and debt scenarios look like?
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