Evolution of business models for energy storage systems in Europe

New opportunities emerge to offer stable revenues as the need for storage in Europe is rampant As markets in Europe gain in complexity and require extensive trading measures, some opportunities such as capacity auctions and storage-related tenders help ensure a “stable” revenue that supports financing decisions and mitigates market risks.

Evolution of business models for energy storage systems in Europe

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