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Tala Bassil

Tala Bassil

Tala Bassil is a research analyst within the Solar and Energy Storage team at IHS Markit.

Ms. Bassil is responsible for researching the stationary energy storage market across the EMEA region, focusing on the commercial and industrial market and renewable integration. She supports the team's coverage of the downstream solar PV markets in the Middle East and Northern Africa. Prior to joining IHS Markit, she worked as an analyst within a renewable energy team for a private equity firm based in Dubai, where she supported investment teams investigating opportunities for wind and solar projects investments in emerging markets. Tala Bassil holds an undergraduate degree in business from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, United States, and with a master's degree in development studies from the University of Cambridge United Kingdom. She is based in the Bracknell office.

 


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Grid-Connected Energy Storage Market Tracker - H1 2019

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Power & Energy Technology
Highlights from EES Europe 2019

The IHS Markit analyst team attended SmarterE 2019 in Munich featuring EES Europe. While the core European front-of-the-meter markets stagnate, new geographic opportunities emerge, and behind-the-meter energy storage deployment accelerates. Battery safety is becoming a key concern for industry stakeholders.

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Power & Energy Technology
Energy Storage in Mini-Grids Report - Sub-Saharan Africa - 2019

This reports provides an analysis of the potential for battery energy storage in mini-grids in Sub-Saharan Africa, for rural communities and for remotely located commercial and industrial businesses.

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Power & Energy Technology
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