28 November 2016
The UK energy market is changing, particularly in how energy supply is matched with demand. Whilst there is still a role for new centralised gas and nuclear power stations, there is a progressive transition to smaller scale ‘localised’ and decentralised power generation.
The use of innovative technologies is now contributing to the UK’s energy mix alongside new smart energy systems and demand management practices. Improvements in battery technology offers the opportunity to make better use of energy generated by intermittent renewable sources as well as providing valuable backup and standby generation potential. Energy storage and standby generation technologies (including gas and bio-diesel) will play an increasingly important role in how we generate, manage and deliver our future energy needs.
Our team of specialists has the experience of delivering development projects across the energy sector. Whether you are developing and managing projects, funding development with partners, or buying or selling projects, we can work with your in-house teams or external consultants to create successful investments and developments.
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