Harmony Energy comment in Energy Storage Journal

7 September 2020

Our CEO Peter Kavanagh added his thoughts to a piece on trading in the battery storage market in Energy Storage Journal.

Speaking in Energy Storage Journal, Peter said: “Energy storage is crucial in allowing us to get to zero carbon. Our batteries are positioned as close to the substation as possible…to make sure electricity losses are minimised. But it is important that they are used. If you’re not trading every day, it’s not worth it.”

See page 35-36 on this link for the full article: http://www.energystoragejournal.com/latest-issue/


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