Exploring market trends in batteries and storage with photovoltaic industry experts

As part of ATA Insights’ new Skills Development Program for Renewable Energy Professionals, three webinars will take place in the month of December. Webinar descriptions, dates and free sign ups can be found at http://bit.ly/atainsightswebinars

ATA Insights’ comprehensive program focuses on the commercially relevant topics to renewable energy professionals today, both in terms of technical perspectives and understanding markets and how they work. This month, the program offers three industry expert lead webinars:

– Webinar: Battery storage for PV projects 12 Dec, 13:00 CET

Battery storage is changing the energy game, with many multi-MW battery projects already being built across the world. This webinar explores the availability of batteries and the role they will play in managing load shifting of energy to the grid from photovoltaic plants.

Sign up at: http://bit.ly/2zUT6pJ

– Webinar: How to develop, build & operate successful PV projects with storage in Australia, 13 Dec, 08:00 CET

With more than 6 GW of photovoltaic projects already installed, and another 2 GW in construction, Australia is fast becoming one of the biggest and most attractive markets for solar developers. This webinar will focus on analyzing the growth of PV projects with batteries in the country, a nascent but quickly developing opportunity which is expected to be fiercely competitive.

Sign up at: http://bit.ly/2mM0iPA

– Webinar: Building the financial business case for PV projects with batteries, 19 Dec, 13:00 CET

As a relatively new technology, banks and financial institutions are having to actively learn how to deal with the risk of financing batteries alongside PV projects. This webinar explores the tools and financial structures that can be used for the first set of projects.

Sign up at: http://bit.ly/2zn0rPo

The three webinars will take place online for free and be led by industry expert panelists.

For more information please contact Araceli Giner at araceli.giner@ata.email

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