Completely independent from energy scheme developers and installers, and deeply expert in energy and the grid, Hugh will outline the opportunities energy offers rural land and business owners. From potential lucrative ground rent incomes to electricity bill savings, they will cover how businesses can benefit in the rapidly evolving energy market.

What's covered

  • Hugh will discuss what is impacting on the energy market sentiments for the different renewable and energy technologies including solar, gas genset and battery storage – both at utility scale and on-site schemes.
  • They will highlight the opportunities, what landowners should look for and what pitfalls to avoid when considering investment in their own energy schemes or renting their land to scheme developers. 

This webinar has already taken place but you can watch a recording of it below. Content in the session was correct at the time of filming (26/06/20).



To learn more, please visit https://roadnighttaylor.co.uk/.

More about Roadnight Taylor

Roadnight Taylor is an independent power and energy consultancy. It helps farms, estates, commercial and industrial businesses and the public sector make more from energy. The team has over 50 years of grid and energy experience spanning many technologies and sectors, including renewable generation {solar, energy storage, flexible generation, demand management, grid connections, microgrids, tariff structures and metering arrangements. Their independent and unique approach gives clients the best chance of maximising their return on investment, buying the right scheme from the right contractors and generating the highest revenues - and ensuring they don’t get mis-sold in the increasingly complex energy market. For more information about Roadnight Taylor please click here.

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