In December 2020, the Climate Change Committee published the Sixth Carbon Budget, which recommended ‘fully decarbonising’ electricity generation by 2035 in order to put the UK on a credible path to achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

There is great opportunity and appetite for investment in both established and emerging technologies, and in the continued development of the essential infrastructure required to help drive change and meet the Government’s ambitious targets.

In this video, Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group, interviews Maria Connolly, head of clean energy and real estate at TLT, about current market trends in energy; the need for regulatory certainty; the benefits of multi-technology projects; and the future of clean energy generation.

Is there a role for battery storage in behind-the-meter solutions? Are there any planning implications for co-located solar and battery storage projects? What regulatory support is needed to drive multi-technology projects? What does the addition of battery storage do to the bankability of a project? Is there a business case for adding EV charging infrastructure to projects?

Date published

04 February 2021

Aldersgate interview with TLT: clean energy generation


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