The recent commodity crisis has given the decarbonisation of the European energy system a strong push. However, with a higher share of intermittent renewables in the energy system and a phaseout of conventional power plants, the need for carbon-free flexibility is growing. Battery storage systems are able to bridge this gap and provide the flexibility the power system of the future needs, enabling several battery projects within the pipeline already.
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- Under which circumstances is it profitable to invest in batteries in Germany, The Netherlands, and Belgium?
- What are the economic and regulatory drivers of profitability in each of these markets?
- How does Aurora model flexibility markets and battery business cases?