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UK Battery Storage
and Flexibility Conference
31 October 2017, East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, London
Themes for the day
Making the investment
case work
Policy and system
design
Demand for flexible
technologies
Can arbitrage...
Keynote presentations
Alex Chisholm
Permanent Secretary
BEIS
Tony Cocker
Chairman, Infinis
Former CEO, E.ON UK
Ben Irons
E...
Panel discussions
Panel 1: Battery storage
beyond FFR
Panelists:
▪ Richard Howard, Aurora
▪ Mark Cumbo, Santander
▪ Chris ...
Photos from the day
The year in
review
A look-back on noteworthy
energy industry headlines
since Q4 2016
Solar
▪ 73GW of new solar PV built globally in
2016, up 50% from the year before
▪ Capital cost declines continue to excee...
Wind
▪ Continued rapid technological progress;
15MW turbines anticipated by mid 2020s
▪ 3 Apr 2017: ‘zero bids’ in German ...
Coal
▪ 21 April 2017: first ever coal-free day since
1880s
▪ July: coal generation falls to record monthly
low, just 2% of...
EVsEVs
▪ New models unveiled in 2017 include
Tesla’s Model 3, Proterra’s electric bus,
Daimler’s heavy-duty electric truck...
Flexible technologiesFlexible technologies
Source: National Grid
PeakersPeakers
▪ Autumn 2016: New emissions limits
introduced
▪ 1 Mar 2017: Ofgem proposed cut to Triads
to £3-7/kW by 202...
BatteriesBatteries
▪ 13 March 2017: Consultation on removal of
double charging and other barriers
▪ 13 July 2017: SNAPS co...
Source: Electricity Market Reform, National Grid, Solar Power Portal
Batteries
UK battery capacity
GW
FFR
requirements =
6...
Batteries
Source: National Grid
FFR (dynamic) accepted bids
£/MW/h
Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective
Dr Ben Irons
Executive Director, Aurora Energy Research
Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective
1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market
2. Key unce...
Aurora expects the capacity market will drive
substantial growth in flexible technologies
Other
2030
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Our central case has battery cell costs continuing
to fall rapidly
-19%
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Connection costs
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Ba...
Aurora estimate revenue of flexible technologies will
be driven primarily by wholesale and balancing
2018
0.6
Ancillary ma...
Batteries dominate the Balancing Mechanism from
the mid-2020s, especially on the short side
Bid-offer acceptances
GWh
Sour...
Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective
1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market
2. Key unce...
Subsidy-free renewables are nearly investable in GB,
but further de-risking is needed
Present value of revenue
at 13% disc...
Aurora estimate GB could see as much as 20GW of
subsidy-free renewables on the system by 2030
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Under current capacity market design, de-rated
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Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective
1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market
2. Key unce...
EVs could significantly alter the daily electricity
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A high EV future with smart charging would reduce
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Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective
1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market
2. Key unce...
Frequency response allows batteries entry now, but
energy arbitrage is ultimately a bigger market
1.2
Energy arbitrageFFR/...
Batteries will crack the energy arbitrage opportunity,
but dispatch optimisation is complex
Intraday (APX)
Day ahead (N2EX...
Longer duration batteries capture higher gross
profits, but benefit is not proportionate to duration
Li-ion battery energy...
Higher capex makes high duration batteries sub-
optimal today, but this will change as costs decline
Li-ion battery energy...
Behind-the-meter or grid scale? Some supposed
advantages may prove short-lived
Grid-scale advantages Behind-the-meter adva...
Peakers: Aurora expect margins will remain attractive
despite triad changes
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triads
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trading
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DSR: Theoretical potential is high, but the amount
that will be delivered is difficult to predict
 Hard to access
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UK Battery Storage
and Flexibility Conference
Marketing information
Can Aurora help you?
Subscription-based analytics
Consultancy
All the market information you need to
support development a...
Aurora’s Distributed and Flexible Energy Service
Market analysis and forecasts for batteries, peakers and DSR in the GB ma...
Aurora can help you with your capacity market
bidding strategy in T-4 and T-1 auctions
Aurora’s approach for capacity mark...
Aurora Spring Forum, 20 March 2018, Oxford
“Navigating the Global Energy Transition”
Simone
Rossi
CEO
EdF Energy
Greg Clar...
ANESCO
SOLUTIONS
Battery storage –
grid, commercial
Commercial and
Industrial
Solar – grid,
commercial, domestic
AnescoMet...
Energy efficiency and well being:
• Remote control and optimisation of
site assets for efficiency and
comfort
• Data trans...
Helping your smart energy
projects succeed
For more information, please contact: simon.hobday@osborneclarke.com
Energy sto...
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Aurora Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference 2017

  1. 1. UK Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference 31 October 2017, East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, London
  2. 2. Themes for the day Making the investment case work Policy and system design Demand for flexible technologies Can arbitrage help avoid a battery storage overbuild scenario? Will energy markets be revolutionised by zero prices, blockchain etc? Will a surge in renewables unleash more demand for flexibility? Will scarcity pricing persist into the future? Are EVs the ultimate source of flexibility? Should storage and solar be grid scale or behind-the- meter? Is policy moving fast enough to support flexible technologies? How to finance increasingly merchant gas peakers? Will DSR deliver at scale?
  3. 3. Keynote presentations Alex Chisholm Permanent Secretary BEIS Tony Cocker Chairman, Infinis Former CEO, E.ON UK Ben Irons Executive Director Aurora Energy Research
  4. 4. Panel discussions Panel 1: Battery storage beyond FFR Panelists: ▪ Richard Howard, Aurora ▪ Mark Cumbo, Santander ▪ Chris Miles, Anesco ▪ Clare King, Osborne Clarke ▪ Dan Monzani, BEIS ▪ Erik Nygard, LimeJump Panel 2: The long term value of flexibility Panel 3: The electricity system of the future Panelists: ▪ John Feddersen, Aurora ▪ Stephen Davies, E.ON ▪ Olivier Fricot, Investec Bank ▪ Frances Warburton, Ofgem ▪ Dan Wells, Foresight Group ▪ Sam Wither, UK Power Reserve Panelists: ▪ Cameron Hepburn, Aurora ▪ Roger Atkins, Electric Vehicles Outlook ▪ Paul Massara, North Star Solar ▪ Richard Braakenburg, Green Investment Group ▪ Claire Spedding, National Grid
  5. 5. Photos from the day
  6. 6. The year in review A look-back on noteworthy energy industry headlines since Q4 2016
  7. 7. Solar ▪ 73GW of new solar PV built globally in 2016, up 50% from the year before ▪ Capital cost declines continue to exceed expectations - Oct 2017: Record of $17.8/MWh set in Saudi Arabia - Sub $30/MWh now possible in many countries, undercutting thermal ▪ 26 May 2017: UK achieves solar production record of 8.7GW ▪ Sept 2017: UK’s first subsidy-free solar farm opens Solar
  8. 8. Wind ▪ Continued rapid technological progress; 15MW turbines anticipated by mid 2020s ▪ 3 Apr 2017: ‘zero bids’ in German CfD auction ▪ 11 Sept 2017: UK auction sees bids as low as £57/MWh ▪ Subsidy-free investment nearing in UK. Could access balancing and ancillary markets ▪ Oct: Helm Review proposes “equivalent firm power” bids into CM Wind
  9. 9. Coal ▪ 21 April 2017: first ever coal-free day since 1880s ▪ July: coal generation falls to record monthly low, just 2% of total Coal
  10. 10. EVsEVs ▪ New models unveiled in 2017 include Tesla’s Model 3, Proterra’s electric bus, Daimler’s heavy-duty electric truck ▪ China sets aggressive sales targets of 7m EVs by 2025 ▪ UK to ban internal combustion engine car sales by 2040 ▪ UK progress on charging infrastructure
  11. 11. Flexible technologiesFlexible technologies Source: National Grid
  12. 12. PeakersPeakers ▪ Autumn 2016: New emissions limits introduced ▪ 1 Mar 2017: Ofgem proposed cut to Triads to £3-7/kW by 2021 ▪ 17 May 2017: System price exceeds £1,500/MWh
  13. 13. BatteriesBatteries ▪ 13 March 2017: Consultation on removal of double charging and other barriers ▪ 13 July 2017: SNAPS consultation announced by National Grid ▪ 24 July 2017: Capacity Market consultation to reduce de-rating of storage ▪ 13 Sept 2017: Renewables Obligations granted for solar paired with batteries
  14. 14. Source: Electricity Market Reform, National Grid, Solar Power Portal Batteries UK battery capacity GW FFR requirements = 600 - 1200MW
  15. 15. Batteries Source: National Grid FFR (dynamic) accepted bids £/MW/h
  16. 16. Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective Dr Ben Irons Executive Director, Aurora Energy Research
  17. 17. Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective 1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market 2. Key uncertainties 3. Making the investment case work
  18. 18. Aurora expects the capacity market will drive substantial growth in flexible technologies Other 2030 9.1Flexible 97.5 2018 25.7 95.8 CAGR 9% GB capacity mix GW 0.2 1.7 0.1 1.2 2022-242018-21 (contracted) 2.3 0.4 2025-28 New build capex spend £bn per annum XX% 9% Source: Aurora Energy Research
  19. 19. Our central case has battery cell costs continuing to fall rapidly -19% 2018 2025 Connection costs Cell costs (Central) Balance of System 0.5-hour 1-hour Li-ion costs Fully installed, £/kW 2025 -25% 2018 -22% 20252018 2-hour Source: Aurora Energy Research
  20. 20. Aurora estimate revenue of flexible technologies will be driven primarily by wholesale and balancing 2018 0.6 Ancillary markets 2024 Wholesale Market Balancing Mechanism 2030 Capacity Market 1.6 2.7 Revenue for flexible technologies £bn Source: Aurora Energy Research CAGR +13%
  21. 21. Batteries dominate the Balancing Mechanism from the mid-2020s, especially on the short side Bid-offer acceptances GWh Source: Aurora Energy Research -4,000 -3,000 -2,000 -1,000 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 20302020 2025 LongShort Battery Other
  22. 22. Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective 1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market 2. Key uncertainties ▪ Renewables ▪ Scarcity pricing ▪ EVs 3. Making the investment case work
  23. 23. Subsidy-free renewables are nearly investable in GB, but further de-risking is needed Present value of revenue at 13% discount rate -29% 461 Present value of revenue at 8% discount rate Cost 653650 Solar costs and revenues £/kW PPA contracts can help bridge this gap Source: Aurora Energy Research
  24. 24. Aurora estimate GB could see as much as 20GW of subsidy-free renewables on the system by 2030 Installed renewable capacity, GW 37 44 51 9 6 5 69 2030 4 52 20252020 2 37 Subsidy-free solar Subsidy-free onshore Subsidised renewables Subsidy-free offshore Source: Aurora Energy Research
  25. 25. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 1800 06 12 24 +19 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 00 06 2412 18 +28 This further squeezes out baseload generation and increases demand for flexibility Demand net of renewables, GW, 2030 average Other Flexible Base case High renewable world Source: Aurora Energy Research Time of day Time of day
  26. 26. In a high solar world, capture prices are low on sunny days; cloudy days are most profitable 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-20% 70-80%60-70%50-60%40-50%30-40%20-30%0-10% Load factor, % Solar capture price, EUR/MWh Revenues, EUR/MW/h GERMANY HIGH RENEWABLES SCENARIO, 2030 Capture price Revenue Source: Aurora Energy Research
  27. 27. More batteries support the solar capture price when load factors are high 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70-80%50-60%20-30% 40-50%10-20% 30-40%0-10% 60-70% Cheap battery scenario Central case battery cost scenario Load factor, % Solar capture price, EUR/MWh GERMANY HIGH RENEWABLES SCENARIO, 2030 Source: Aurora Energy Research
  28. 28. This materially improves revenue, even at high load factors 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 70-80%20-30% 60-70%50-60%40-50%30-40%10-20%0-10% Central case battery cost scenario Cheap battery scenario Load factor, % Revenues, EUR/MW/h GERMANY HIGH RENEWABLES SCENARIO, 2030 Source: Aurora Energy Research
  29. 29. Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective 1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market 2. Key uncertainties ▪ Renewables ▪ Scarcity pricing ▪ EVs 3. Making the investment case work
  30. 30. Top prices vary significantly from year to year, depending on the amount of scarcity 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 0 50 100 150 200 +533 2015 2016 Wholesale energy price £/MWh Source: Aurora Energy Research Top half hours in the year
  31. 31. These top prices critically determine the profitability of flexible assets 4x 73% 45% 12,800 55% 2015/16 27% 2016/17 1st to 90th percentile of prices 49,200 91st to 100th percentile of prices Gross profits from energy sales for a typical gas peaker £/MW/year Source: Aurora Energy Research ROIXX% 21%13%
  32. 32. Under current capacity market design, de-rated capacity margins are likely to remain low 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 2030 With potential non-delivery Targeted margin Source: Aurora Energy Research Minimum de-rated capacity margin GW
  33. 33. As a result, Aurora expect some scarcity pricing to persist, even as flexibility grows 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 200150500 100 2025 (modelled) 2015 2016 Wholesale energy price (£/MWh) Source: Aurora Energy Research Top half hours in the year
  34. 34. However, battery overbuild would soften peak prices and undermine investment returns 68 55 Central Over-build -20% Gross profits for 1h battery under arbitrage business model, 2020 entry £/kW/year (Average 2020 – 2030) Source: Aurora Energy Research 3GW of excess battery investment beyond what is profitable
  35. 35. Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective 1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market 2. Key uncertainties ▪ Renewables ▪ Scarcity pricing ▪ EVs 3. Making the investment case work
  36. 36. EVs could significantly alter the daily electricity demand curve 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 00 241206 18 +9GW Central (13m EVs) High (26m EVs) - not smart 2035 annual average GW Time of day Source: Aurora Energy Research Evening charging would substantially increase peak demand
  37. 37. EVs could significantly alter the daily electricity demand curve 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 18 +9GW 24120600 Central (13m EVs) High (26m EVs) - smart 2035 annual average, GW Time of day Source: Aurora Energy Research Overnight charging would flatten demand, improving the economics of baseload generation
  38. 38. A high EV future with smart charging would reduce the opportunity for grid scale batteries 2.2 9.87.0 12.1 If vehicle to grid deliversCentral (13m EVs) 0? High (26m EVs) Smart Not-smart Non-EV battery capacity in 2035 GW Source: Aurora Energy Research
  39. 39. Flexible technologies from an investor’s perspective 1. The outlook for flexible technologies in the GB market 2. Key uncertainties 3. Making the investment case work ▪ Batteries performing price arbitrage ▪ Peakers in a post-triad world ▪ DSR
  40. 40. Frequency response allows batteries entry now, but energy arbitrage is ultimately a bigger market 1.2 Energy arbitrageFFR/EFR Projects already in planning 3.4GW 4.5-9.6 GB battery capacity by 2030 GW 100% 27% % revenue contracted Source: Aurora Energy Research
  41. 41. Batteries will crack the energy arbitrage opportunity, but dispatch optimisation is complex Intraday (APX) Day ahead (N2EX) System (SSP) -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 90 Settlement period 18.9 +2.8 =39.6 +17.9 Source: Aurora Energy Research Buy Sell 12:00 24:00 Power price, sample day 2016 1-hour battery, £/MWh Energy trading gross margins £/kW/year
  42. 42. Longer duration batteries capture higher gross profits, but benefit is not proportionate to duration Li-ion battery energy trading gross margin for 2018 entry £/kW/year, real 2016 20302020 20352025 +18% +49% 2h 1h 0.5h 45% 65% 95% Average Depth of Discharge (%) Source: Aurora Energy Research
  43. 43. Higher capex makes high duration batteries sub- optimal today, but this will change as costs decline Li-ion battery energy IRR by year of commissioning % 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 2020 20302025 12-13% hurdle rate 1 hour 2 hour 0.5 hour Source: Aurora Energy Research
  44. 44. Behind-the-meter or grid scale? Some supposed advantages may prove short-lived Grid-scale advantages Behind-the-meter advantages ▪ Economies of scale drive down costs ▪ Larger units may decrease administrative cost/complexity of National Grid balancing actions ▪ Can help with local network congestion ▪ Consumer preference and return expectations ▪ Avoided transmission and green levy charges ▪ Arbitrage retail tariffs
  45. 45. Peakers: Aurora expect margins will remain attractive despite triad changes 84 105 -40 With triads Energy trading Without triads Triad reduction +19 +19 Gas peaker energy gross margin Average 2020-25, £/kW/year, real 2016 3.6 5.9 2020 (Already contracted) 2025 (Expected) 2017 (Existing) 1.6 Peaker capacity GW Source: Aurora Energy Research
  46. 46. DSR: Theoretical potential is high, but the amount that will be delivered is difficult to predict  Hard to access  Behavioural barriers  Limited track record + Low costs + Success in other markets (e.g. PJM) + Support from policy makers Will DSR deliver? 5+ 3+ 8+ ResidentialIndustrial /Commercial Total DSR potential in GB GW Source: Aurora Energy Research
  47. 47. UK Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference Marketing information
  48. 48. Can Aurora help you? Subscription-based analytics Consultancy All the market information you need to support development and financing of flexible assets ▪ Data: Forecasts of all revenue streams including balancing, running hours etc ▪ Analysis: market, policy and technology outlook ▪ Updated regularly, covers all flexible technologies and business models. ▪ Bankable revenue stream forecasts specific to your project ▪ Due diligence and market advisory ▪ Capacity market forecasting and bidding strategies Coming in 2018… ▪ Online dispatch forecasting, tailored to your project, just enter your project- specific parameters and click go! ▪ Dispatch against any of Aurora’s regularly updated market forecast scenarios ▪ Instantly receive monthly revenue data and a populated financial model
  49. 49. Aurora’s Distributed and Flexible Energy Service Market analysis and forecasts for batteries, peakers and DSR in the GB market For more information, contact Sebastian Just, Head of Commercial  sebastian.just@auroraer.com  +44 (0)7827 810 656
  50. 50. Aurora can help you with your capacity market bidding strategy in T-4 and T-1 auctions Aurora’s approach for capacity market bidding support Get a clear view on the future profitability of your project under various market scenarios Project economics Market view Bidding strategy1 2 3 Understand the CM supply curve and economics of other pre-qualified projects under various scenarios Derive an effective bidding strategy to maximise the expected bidding results For more information, contact Ben Irons, Director and Head of Commissioned Projects  ben.irons@auroraer.com  +44 (0) 7474 261 830
  51. 51. Aurora Spring Forum, 20 March 2018, Oxford “Navigating the Global Energy Transition” Simone Rossi CEO EdF Energy Greg Clark Secretary of State BEIS Alistair Philipps-Davies CEO SSE Klaus Schaefer CEO Uniper Magnus Hall CEO Vattenfall Laurence Tubiana CEO European Climate Foundation
  52. 52. ANESCO SOLUTIONS Battery storage – grid, commercial Commercial and Industrial Solar – grid, commercial, domestic AnescoMeter – O&M Domestic energy efficiency: ECO We develop, construct, finance & operate renewable energy • 1st commercial solar in the UK • 1st commercial battery (2014) • 1st batteries operating under FFR • 1st OFGEM accreditation for batteries on RO solar site • 1st subsidy free solar farm A history of solar and energy storage innovation in the UK For more information please contact Nick Johnson at nick.johnson@anesco.co.uk
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  54. 54. Helping your smart energy projects succeed For more information, please contact: simon.hobday@osborneclarke.com Energy storage and batteries Energy balancing and reserves New business models for the delivery of energy services Smart cities Energy efficiency Electric vehicles and infrastructure “Osborne Clarke are thought leaders in the decentralised energy and energy technology market” Chambers 2018, Energy That’s why businesses turn to us for advice on complex and innovative power management and smart energy infrastructure solutions. Our Energy team is one of the most experienced in the legal industry. For over 20 years, we’ve helped clients deliver their most innovative and successful projects.

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