Everoze has today formally launched a new company called Skyray. Skyray’s experienced team will provide design, engineering and site services to owners, developers and EPCs in the large-scale PV market (including new-build solar-storage).
We have developed a carbon assessment methodology specifically aimed at DSO flexibility services and it has been applied to calculate and rank the carbon impacts of a range of local flexibility technologies. Everoze partner Benjamin Lock explains why the results might not be quite what you were expecting.
In these early days for battery projects on the ground in mainland France, writes Everoze associate Bruno Menu, we are seeing an evolution in financial models to more revenue diversification than was anticipated for the first projects. Let’s look at why that is, and what attractive options there may be for revenue diversification.
The Everoze team is excited to launch a new DSO service, Sustain-H, with Western Power Distribution (WPD)
We are pleased to have published our report on using surplus wind to heat Scottish homes, as part of the 4DHeat consortium. Our contribution has been on modelling (python) and analysing the route-to-market.