Julian Jansen

Julian Jansen

Julian Jansen is a Senior Market Analyst at IHS Markit Technology. He focuses on European and global battery storage market activity and industry trends, as well as analyzing key value drivers and emerging business models driving storage deployment. Additionally, Julian provides high level consultancy and strategic advice for bespoke projects on various energy technologies.

Prior to joining IHS Markit, Julian developed the Energy Storage area at specialist consultancy Delta Energy & Environment and was responsible for managing and delivering the research.

Julian holds an MSc in Ecological Economics from the University of Edinburgh, as well as a BBA in European Management from Lancaster University and a BSc in International Management from ESB Business School in Germany.


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Nevada accelerates utility-scale solar plus storage in the United States

On 31st May 2018, electric utility Nevada Energy announced plans to offer six contracts for solar PV projects for a total 1 GWac. Half of the solar projects are to be paired with battery energy storage representing 100 MW / 400 MWh of energy capacity. The announcement signifies Nevada Energy’s next wave of renewable energy deployments that will help the state of Nevada achieve a 25% renewable portfolio standard (RPS) by 2025. Across the United States, the rise of solar plus storage projects illustrates their pivotal role in driving both solar and storage deployment as renewable penetration increases.

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Energy storage established as a key component of New Jersey’s clean energy agenda with a 2 GW target

On 23 May, 2018 New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law A3723/S2314. The bill makes New Jersey the fifth state to adopt an energy storage target. Representing another milestone to the energy storage industry in the United States, creating further momentum across the East Coast following Massachusetts and New York. The New Jersey target is set at 2 GW of energy storage to be deployed by 2030 with an interim target of 600 MW by 2021.

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Insights from ESACon 2018 – Energy storage in the United States is ready to fulfil its true potential

After attending the ESA Annual Conference 2018 (ESACon) in Boston and reflecting on recent trends, it is clear that the US energy storage market is shifting towards exploiting new applications and targeting new geographic areas anchored in the development of new policy and regulation. Overall, IHS Markit predicts that annual installations in the United States will grow by 90% in 2018.

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Power & Energy Technology
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