Rebuilding Ukraine: How Energy Storage is Key Infrastructure

Time: 13:40 - 14:10

Date: 24 September 2024

Synopsis

Following the outbreak of war in Ukraine over two years ago now, the landscape of the country has changed dramatically since. As Ukraine has begun to approach its rebuild, one thing is for certain: they want to build a resilient energy infrastructure network. This panel discussion will look at the developments already underway in Ukraine, and what to expect in the upcoming year.

  • Currently just 11% of Ukraine is powered by renewables. The goal is 25% by 2035, which will see up to 1GW in developments needed.
  • How can Battery Energy Storage enable Ukraine to build a resilient network?
  • With the diversification of the energy system into clusters, what role will
    energy storage play?
  • Long-term ancillary service payments are becoming an option in Ukraine, what does this mean for potential revenue?

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