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Energy Investments in the 2020's will be around Batteries and Digital - Infrastructure Conference

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Megawatt-X's Laurent Segalen and Conquest's Frederique Palanque discuss the Future of Energy Investments from an Infrastructure Perspective. Their key take aways is that the most promising sector will be Flexibility Management around Batteries and Digital Platforms.

 

 

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Matt Chester on Oct 16, 2020 4:22 pm GMT

Flexibility management is getting a lot of play in utility circles-- do you think it will gain wide popularity by customers? From what I've seen, it still seems like small customer sample sizes, early adopters, etc. When will the general public be more aware of these opportunities, and will they jump at them or do we risk them feeling put off by the idea of having to shoulder some of the flexibility burden? 

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