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    The global market for stationary battery energy storage is set to experience tremendous growth by 2025 of about 30 times its current size. This is expected to come mainly from the “usual suspects” such as the USA, China, India and Western Europe. But what about other geographies that are not yet on the radar of the storage industry, but still have the potential to become substantial contributors to this future global growth? We expect the MENA region will surely be among them. Before we take a closer look to find out why, let’s review the necessary conditions for such growth. The three prerequisites for energy storage market growth When assessing the energy storage growth potential of a specific market, Apricum typically examines three key prerequisites: Demand: First of all, there obviously needs to be a demand for services that energy storage – but also non-storage solutions – can principally serve. This can involve demand for increased power system flexibility, for power infrastructure expansions, for optimization of power sources or for an adequate quality of power supply. Competitiveness: This demand could be addressed by non-storage solutions as well; therefore, energy storage needs to be competitive with alternatives. As well as ensuring […]

    Der Beitrag The MENA region – the next hot market for energy storage? erschien zuerst auf Apricum - The Cleantech Advisory.


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    Join Apricum Project Manager James Kurz in SolarPower Europe's webinar on Wednesday October 18, 2017, for the topic of PV Cleaning: Choosing the Optimal Method and Frequency. As PV development in desert regions has skyrocketed, PV cleaning has become a prominent topic among solar industry professionals working in the utility-scale segment. To date, a wide range of solutions – both with and without the use of water – have been applied, including manual cleaning, truck- or tractor-mounted systems, semi-automated robotics and fully automated robotic systems. With this multitude of options, how should a PV power plant owner decide on a cleaning method to use? Many parameters, which can be location specific and project specific, are at play and will affect the selection of an ideal cleaning program. In this webinar, Apricum Project Manager James Kurz will: Explain in which regions PV cleaning is most important and why Illustrate why project owners should choose the cleaning method based on project NPV and explain the potential conflicts that can arise between EPCs, project developers and asset owners Highlight the most important parameters influencing the selection of a cleaning method and/or frequency Provide examples for several project scenarios and highlight where certain solutions, […]

    Der Beitrag Upcoming webinar: Oct 18, 2017 “PV Cleaning: Choosing the Optimal Method and Frequency” erschien zuerst auf Apricum - The Cleantech Advisory.


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    Apricum Managing Partner Nikolai Dobrott, Senior Advisor Dr. Christoph Flink and members of the Apricum Team will attend SNEC PV Power Expo in Shanghai from May 27–29, 2018. To meet us there, please contact us.

    Der Beitrag May 27–29, 2018: SNEC, Shanghai erschien zuerst auf Apricum - The Cleantech Advisory.


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