ELECTROROUTE AT COP26
ELECTROROUTE AT COP26
ElectroRoute’s core vision is to make net zero a reality which is why we are proud to announce that John O’Brien will be representing ElectroRoute at COP26, the UN Climate Change Summit, as part of the Energy Institute’s Future Energy 500 Initiative (#FE500).
John, Client Trading Business Partner in ElectroRoute and the Treasurer of the Irish Branch of the Energy Institute, will be talking about Battery Technology in Ireland and the use of it as a solution to provide flexibility on the grid and its benefits in enabling a just and green transition.
This will be part of the findings of the Energy Institute #FE500 tour which has toured some of the most innovative, essential and dramatic energy projects, from biomass in Shetland and tidal in Orkney, to carbon capture and storage off Aberdeen and wind energy at Whitelee. The findings of this documentary will be premiering alongside COP26, at Scottish Power’s headquarters in Glasgow, on Wednesday 3 November, following which an expert panel of industry and political leaders will debate and discuss the key recommendations of the film.
About ElectroRoute: ElectroRoute is a specialist energy trading business which has grown rapidly from a start-up in 2011 to now employing over 85 professionals located throughout Ireland, the UK, Europe and Japan.
Uniquely positioned at the crossroads of international energy markets, ElectroRoute trades energy 24 hours a day across the entire spectrum, including spot trading, futures trading, commodities, and green certificates trading. It also provides managed trading services to over 1.4GW of energy assets, giving them ready access to pan-European markets. In 2020, ElectroRoute traded energy related commodities in 10 different countries with a total turnover of €3.4bn.
ElectroRoute is the leading trading partner for storage in Ireland with over 275MW of batteries under management. ElectroRoute deploy its in-house Virtual Power Plant and 24/7 trading platform to actively optimise the flexibility of battery technologies.
For more information contact:
Caoimhe Giblin, ElectroRoute – 01 901 9613
Brian Kennedy, ElectroRoute – 01 901 9608