Roberto is a research associate in Control & Power research group at Imperial College London. He has a substantial track record on modelling distributed energy storage from an investors perspective. His PhD on Business Models for Energy Storage addressed the value of aggregating and providing multiple services to the various market sectors of the electricity industry and demonstrated the value of energy storage for distribution networks. Roberto has been involved in the Smarter Netowrk Storage project with UKPN, and his current research interests are on degradation models for energy storage, co-optimised operation of large numbers of energy storage plants and the economics of energy storage systems.
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et al., Flexibility Potential of Industrial Electricity Demand: Insights from the H2020 IndustRE project, the 11th Mediterranean Conference on Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Energy Conversion