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Julian Jansen

Julian Jansen

Julian Jansen leads global research on stationary energy storage at IHS Markit.

Mr. Jansen is a research manager at IHS Markit, leads global research on stationary energy storage and provides deep insight on the key value drivers and emerging business models accelerating storage deployment across Europe and North America. Along with covering new energy technologies, he delivers strategic advice for bespoke projects on the interplay between e-mobility and the energy industry. Previously, he established and managed the energy storage research area at specialist consultancy firm Delta-ee. Mr. Jansen holds a BBA in European management from Lancaster University, United Kingdom, a Bachelor of Science in international management from ESB Business School in Germany and Master of Science in ecological economics from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

 


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Energy Storage Market Report – China – 2019

This report provides a detailed overview of the current market situation and the future outlook for the Chinese energy storage market, including detailed forecasts, technology analysis and an overview of key policies and regulations.

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Power & Energy Technology
Commercial & Industrial Energy Storage Report - North America - 2019

This report provides a comprehensive review of the behind-the-meter commercial & industrial (C&I) energy storage market in North America. The report helps subscribers understand the current market and future outlook of this fast growing energy storage segment.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Power & Energy Technology
Energy Storage Policy Insight - August 2019

Key policy announcements in August: Residential subsidies were launched Bavaria (Germany), London (United Kingdom), Oregon (United States) and the Australian Capital Territory. Residential energy storage comes into focus as policy makers launch new subsidy schemes As the residential market continues to grow from annual installations of 1.8 GW in 2019 to 6 GW in 2025. Subsidy schemes have been important progressing uptake in new markets. The largest global markets – Japan and Germany – incentivised residential energy storage early on building on the high installed base of domestic rooftop solar. Australia has seen strong support from regional governments particularly in New South Wales and South Australia. These subsidies and favourable economics are leading to rapid market growth, with system shipments having reached 88% of the total 2018 shipments in the first half of 2019 based on data from the IHS Markit Residential Energy Storage Index.

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Power & Energy Technology
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