Optimizing electricity revenues from waste to energy plants (1)
31 May 2019 15:00 - 15:30
Accessing best power prices for sale of energy. Nature of contracts and what provides optimum returns for different types of plants. Local authority linking of waste to local energy. Future possibilities of energy storage, EV charging, etc.
Tom is a Managing Consultant in Cornwall Insight with over 14 years within the energy sector, working in electricity, gas and oil. of Public Private Partnership experience. He has worked at EDF, OFGEM, Origami Storage, Consulting (AEA, Palantir, URS).
Tom has been responsible for leading a projects on CCUS, corporate PPA, Demand Side Response tendering, trading and hedging strategies, Power Purchase Agreements, Battery Storage and gas peaker due diligence
These in-depth analysis and modelling skills have been extensively applied in energy storage (co-location, behind the meter and grid scale), distributed generation, large-scale thermal plant and demand side response projects whilst at Cornwall and his previous roles.
Director of Renewables and PPA
New Stream Renewables; session chairman
Charles Ward has been involved in energy markets since 1997. From 2002 he worked as an investment manager with an emphasis on renewable projects and global energy commodity markets. Charlie joined as a director of Renewables and PPAs at New Stream in 2011, managing a team of market specialists responsible for sourcing and structuring PPA's; this team has been responsible for over 3.5GW of renewable PPA across all technologies, structures and tenors.
Charlie delivers the "New Stream best value" process for route to market power to ensure maximum value is achieved for generator clients, project developers and funders and has recently been involved in assessing subsidy free renewable projects and looking at ways to enhance income through shared connections and battery storage.