The BankEnergi project has been identified by UKRI, the new UK Research & Innovation body, as “going beyond renewable technology” to design a virtual power plant that will deliver necessary carbon reductions.
BankEnergi has a vision that businesses and residents on the South Bank will be able to achieve bankable energy and carbon savings through a combination of demand management, energy storage, renewables and peer to peer trading. So where does Energy Storage fit in the merit order?
BankEnergi are delighted to be speaking at the Energyst Event being held on 1 May 2019 at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham.
The entire area covered by the the BankEnergi project lies inside the new Ultra Low Emission Zone. So it’s not surprising that BankEnergi can help you with strategic actions that will reduce the effects of the ULEZ, both now and after its intended expansion in 2021.
BankEnergi’s mission is to allow everyone to obtain the cheapest greenest energy available at any given time. But this will only happen if energy users are able to buy their supply from multiple suppliers, something that’s not currently permitted. To help bring this about, the BankEnergi team attended Elexon’s P379 meeting on supplier volume allocation when settling supplier volumes in a multi-supplier scenario – such as a primary supplier and a secondary supplier which could be a local energy company.
Part-funded by the UK government’s ISCF to create a local energy market in London Southbank, reduce carbon emissions & benefit the community
South Bank Employers’ Group, Elizabeth House, 39 York Rd, Lambeth,
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