Daniel Sherlock-Burke is Head of Asset Performance at Gore Street Capital, where he manages the Gore Street Energy Storage Fund's operational portfolio. He is primarily responsible for interfacing with operations and maintenance teams to ensure fleet availability, whilst working closely with route-to-market providers to optimise each project's revenue structure. Dan feeds this experience up to a fleet level, utilising lessons learned to set minimum criteria for the pipeline whilst enacting policies for improving the existing assets. This has extended to another 400MW of projects currently under construction as well as a significant pipeline beyond that. He is particularly passionate about safety improvements for BESS-supporting and chairing various industry groups in the UK-and the opportunities of data-led methods of improving fleet performance.
11:45 am - 12:10 pm
Integrators of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) are positioned at the very core of the value chain for large-scale energy storage systems. Their decisions such which BESS component design to use, which product and software portfolio to offer or which supply chain approach to be taken very well reflect the requirements and trends in the energy storage market.In this panel session, some of the industry's leading BESS integrators and developers will be discussing the developments, opportunities and challenges of the energy storage market, and which BESS products and business models are best suited to address them today and in the future.