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BATTERY STORAGE CONSTRUCTION MONITOR FOR TRADERS
Gain transparency on state of the Battery Storage Construction development in the US and enhance your strategy for better trading decisions
WHAT IS BATTERY STORAGE CONSTRUCTION MONITOR FOR TRADERS?
Battery storage systems store excess energy from renewable sources, increase grid efficiency and reliability, and help boost competition in the energy markets.
The Kayrros Battery Storage Monitor provides timely, accurate information on project starts, monitors progress, detects delays, and identifies issues ahead of official reporting.
Now you can get the data to fill the gap and forecast supply, demand and price for better trading decisions.
WHY IS OUR BATTERY STORAGE CONSTRUCTION MONITOR UNIQUE?
Stay ahead of reporting
Kayrros provides forecasts ahead of reports to spot delays.
Kayrros provides more accurate, near real-time information on construction progress by combining satellite data and proprietary algorithms.
OUR BATTERY STORAGE CONSTRUCTION MONITOR FEATURES
Receive weekly forecast updates for projects under construction in the US
Near-realtime market overview
Get near-realtime views of market capacity by development status and forecast capacity additions months ahead of filings and company guidance.
WHAT’S IN STORE?
Kayrros provides a map with all projects monitored, with the status and forecast for each.
For each battery storage project, an asset dashboard displays satellite imagery and geolocation data.
Kayrros provides updates on project changes, with analyses and forecasts.
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