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Mike Longson

Mike Longson

Mike Longson is a research analyst within the Solar and Energy Storage team at the IHS Markit office in Bracknell, UK.

Mr. Longson is responsible for tracking global energy storage installations and supporting the team's coverage of this quickly developing market. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he was an Operations Controller for a Gas and Power Management company based in Cambridge, managing large gas and power portfolios across Europe for three years. He graduated from Heriot-Watt University with a chemical engineering degree and is working toward a master's degree in Renewable Energy with Newcastle University, United Kingdom

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Energy Storage Policy Insight - September 2019

IHS Markit Energy Storage Policy Insight – September 2019 Key policy announcements in September: • The United States National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has released its fire and safety standards for energy storage systems. NFPA 855 provides safety requirements for different energy storage technologies, installation standards, as well as clarity surrounding the overall system layout

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Power & Energy Technology
Key Takeaways from Solar and Storage Live 2019

Summary The IHS Markit energy storage research team attended Solar and Storage Live in Birmingham, United Kingdom on 18th September 2019. As one of the major industry conferences specifically focusing on the United Kingdom, the event was very well attended. Solar and Storage Live raised several key questions regarding the next stage in the United Kingdom’s transition towards a cleaner, more renewable driven network.

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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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