Case Studies

Due Diligence and PAC Support for Longridge, Wickham and Thurcroft BESS Projects

Due Diligence and PAC Support for Longridge, Wickham and Thurcroft BESS Projects

Everoze was delighted to provide due diligence services to Gresham House for the Longridge, Wickham Market and Thurcroft battery storage projects (each 50MW).

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Everoze supports Thrive Renewables in the acquisition of their first battery storage project

Everoze staff provided technical support to Thrive during the acquisition process, in particular providing the technical elem...

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Everoze works with The Crown Estate to map future offshore wind potential

The Crown Estate engaged Everoze to survey the evolving technology landscape to assess how practical...

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Everoze develops carbon assessment methodology for DSO flexibility services

Everoze develops carbon assessment methodology for DSO flexibility services

Everoze’s work with Distribution System Operator (DSO) Western Power Distribution is a first for the industry, allowing a comparison of the carbon impacts of different local flexibility technologies.

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Broxburn 20 MW battery storage project, West Lothian, constructed in 2018 to provide sub-second balancing services to National Grid (image RES Ltd/Keith Arkins)

Everoze provides policy guidance on grid-scale battery projects for policymakers in Scotland

Everoze has completed a study to provide the Scottish Government with a detailed review of issues and an evidence base for grid-scale battery projects which is relevant to policymakers, including sustainability, resource constraints and recycling, the impact on electricity systems, and issues for spatial planners.

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solar farm in sunset

Everoze advise Octopus Renewables on the acquisition of a 120MWp portfolio of 14 projects in France

Everoze was delighted to advise Octopus Renewables, on the acquisition of a 120MWp portfolio of 14 projects in France. The projects were acquired at operational stage and have been commissioned between 2013 and 2015.

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