Madeleine Greenhalgh

Policy Lead
Electricity Storage Network
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Madeleine is the policy lead for Regen and the Electricity Storage Network, working to improve the policy environment for renewables, storage and smart technologies. She works with members across the energy system to understand and disseminate complex policy and influence change at the official and political level. Madeleine’s previous experience includes working in the heart of government to formulate policy, with particular experience on data science, ethics and privacy, publishing the first ever government framework on data science ethics.

April 21, 2021
09:40
 - 10:20 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion

Renewables and battery storage are increasingly popular options to pair alongside chargers to reduce grid demands and save money by avoiding charging a peak time, and even to increase the sustainability profile of a charger by using renewable energy sources. However, the rapid growth of storage and the myriad of options can be a cause of inertia as buyers are wary of purchasing something that is out of date. In this session we will outline all the options and the long-term implications of deploying battery storage alongside your charge points.

  • How to make the most of integrating storage and charging on site and optimising those assets for increased longevity and performance.
  • Looking at the long-term development of storage technology and latest innovations to make the best choice when procuring storage
  • Examining the reasons to select alternative battery technologies and chemistries and how they affect performance and price, and why lithium ion is problematic environmentally