Solar is emerging as one of the lowest-cost power generation technologies thanks to the falling cost of photovoltaics. Businesses are increasingly embracing solar through power purchase agreements (PPAs) because they can access resilient, sustainable power that offers price stability over the long term.

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Lisarb is at the cutting edge of wind technology with a joint venture exploring the use of floating offshore wind in the Celtic Sea, off the southern UK coast.

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Hydrogen and Energy Storage

The ability to store energy enhances the value of distributed energy. Incorporating energy storage on the grid helps to balance supply and demand by storing any ‘excess’ power and making it available when it’s needed. Energy storage enhances the flexibility of the grid; as we add more renewable energy, we will also need to increase storage capacity.

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Lisarb has a strategic investment in UK start-up Marine Power Systems (MPS). MPS develops wave energy harvesting systems that are commercially available with power ratings of 4.5 MW.

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Distributed Energy

For decades, energy grids the world over were characterised by having a few large, centralised power stations connected to a transmission network that delivers the power to end-users. By contrast, renewable energy assets tend to be more numerous and varied in scale, and are distributed or decentralised; they can be grid-connected or standalone on their own microgrids.

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Utility Scale

Utility-scale, or centralised generation, refers to large-scale plants of 100MW and larger. These plants sell the energy on the free market, or via Government auctions. Lisarb has over 3 GW of centralised generation parks in its development portfolio.

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Canadian Solar
Machado Meyer