The European storage market is exploding, and it can be hard to keep on top. STOREtrack helps you keep your finger on the pulse of the European energy storage market, and identify specific opportunities.
Everyone knows that storage is a big opportunity, and the market size is only set to grow. But which technologies present the greatest opportunity? Which geographies? Which market segments are too late, or too early? Who are the key players in each market, and do they tend to partner with other companies? There are too many opportunities to consider, and these are the real questions that market players need to answer to focus their attention on the highest value opportunities. This is where STOREtrack comes in.
STOREtrack builds on LCP Delta’s comprehensive dataset tracking the status of storage projects across Europe, allowing users to:
- Track aggregate trends in storage MW, MWh and duration across countries.
- Deep dive into specific projects and identify owners, optimisers, financers, grid connections and planning status.
- Map the competitive landscape through project portfolios; existing, under construction and planned projects; project roles and business development opportunities.
- Answer pre-defined, business critical questions such as “which assets are being built that do not yet have an optimiser”
- Export aggregate data and graphics to support stakeholder engagement and fundraising.
- Explore the full spectrum of battery and non-battery technologies at various scales, from grid-scale to commercial, industrial and residential.
STOREtrack enables users to identify and focus on the best opportunities for the European energy storage market.
Track aggregate trends
Users can define their own geographical region through selecting the countries of interest, and map the aggregate trends in power capacity (MW), energy storage capacity (MWh) as well as the number of projects being completed.
Identify the key players in the market and the role they play
Our energy storage database has information on the stakeholders involved in each project and the role they are playing. This enables us to build up a detailed understanding of the competitive landscape and rankings for the top companies in each activity area of the energy storage business.
- Financiers: who is/ has funded the battery asset.
- Developer: who is / has built the asset.
- Technology provider: who is / has supplied the battery technology.
- Operator: who is managing and operating the battery asset.
- Trader: who is trading the asset in wholesale and balancing markets.
- Owner: who is the current owner.
Understand the competitive landscape and company portfolios
Energy storage is a team sport – successful projects are those that bring together the right combination of assets and partners. Identifying the right partners to work with is one of the most important decisions to get right. STOREtrack data enables deep dives into projects and company portfolios to support this decision making.
Identify assets that require financing or are likely to be available for sale in the near term
STOREtrack has a user interface that allows users to filter the project data, looking for future projects that are still in planning stage – and are opportunities for those seeking projects.
Everyone knows storage deployment will increase across Europe and is a huge opportunity. The question now is where should you focus first and how do you efficiently partner to enter the market? STOREtrack specifically focuses on these strategic questions by showing clients where the pipeline of existing projects is, the size of the opportunity, and who they should consider partnering with.”
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