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As the UK transitions to net zero, the energy generation mix will become increasingly dominated by intermittent renewables, promoting a greater need for flexibility within the energy system. Setting up new renewable assets, especially storage, is currently a long and often costly process.

Co-location – where multiple generation or storage assets share a single grid connection – can provide valuable cost and time savings. However, challenges remain, especially around price certainty and optimisation of the different assets.

With an increasing number of co-located projects in the pipeline over the next decade, will co-location prove key to sustaining future investment in UK renewables? What are the routes-to-market available for future co-located projects?

Join us to hear from industry experts discuss the outcomes from the report and also help answer any questions you may have. 


  • The Hallmark, 105 Fenchurch St, London EC3M 5JG, UK
    7 December 2022 From 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM

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