Senior Associate, Baker McKenzie
ADDING VALUE STREAMS WITH ENERGY STORAGE
Revenue Stacking on the NEM
Thursday 24 May 2018, 14:00 – 15:15
Aylin Cunsolo is a Senior Associate at Baker McKenzie in Melbourne. She advises on the acquisition, divestment, development and ongoing operation of significant businesses and projects in the energy and renewable energy sectors.
Aylin has extensive experience in advising clients on merges and acquisitions, energy regulatory matters, including the application of applicable laws to innovative models of energy supply, new renewable energy project developments, energy contracting, including connection, retail, hedging and offtake arrangements (including corporate PPAs).
Aylin currently holds the position of Secretary and Board Member for Women in Energy, an organisation formed to address the gap in female leadership within the energy industry in Australia.
Energy storage systems have the capability to perform a range of functions in the NEM. The successful commercialisation of energy storage relies on each system being able to provide a range of services and thereby accessing multiple revenue streams for the same investment.
This presentation explores what revenue streams are currently available for storage in the NEM, including a summary of the form of arrangement required and extent to which revenue streams can overlap in respect of the same MWs of electricity. We will also highlight what additional revenue streams may become available as a result of proposed regulatory reforms.