UKAA Webinar: Energy Economics (Part 3 of 3 Part Series)

Part 3 – Energy Economics 

The price of energy 

The price of energy has more than doubled in the last 2 years and isn’t going to go down soon. Recent studies show that the ratio between rental costs and energy costs is so much higher that it’s becoming a significant factor in tenants decisions to rent a place. We will look at these prices and current predictions to how they may fluctuate in the future and discuss if the investment in technology to help reduce these makes for a sound financial investment. 

Energy as an investment 

In addition to this generating and in part energy storage devices are valuable assets able to pay for themselves and more in their investment models. We will review the tools available and how the drive to net zero carbon energy can be a valuable investment. 

Activating power-constrained sites 

As we transition to all electricity for our transport and heat needs this is placing a significant burden on our grid. The impact of this and new demands such as data centres are preventing some developers from getting electrical capacity at a reasonable price or time period. We will review these constraints and how being smart in the request for power then can be mitigated. 

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