Baringa’s battery market reports are used by investors, lenders and project developers to guide their Battery and Energy Storage System (BESS) investments, helping them to deploy capital effectively and to manage risk. 

The Japan battery market report covers our half-yearly updated projections for wholesale energy arbitrage spreads, balancing market prices, capacity market prices, and revenue stack build-up of BESS in different regions with interaction between the wholesale and balancing markets over 20 years of BESS lifespan time horizon. 

Baringa provides a set of gross margin projections for flexible assets such as BESS based on Baringa’s independent, industry-leading projections for global power markets. Our projections are based on our Baringa Reference Case, a benchmark for the industry. 

In addition to the gross margin projections, we provide a through introduction and background to flexible assets in the Japanese power market and the various accessible revenue streams, namely the JEPX energy arbitrage, balancing market and capacity market. 

The various developments across the multiple power markets accessible by BESS and other power system assumptions are translated into a fundamentals-based model that is executed in the industry-standard PLEXOS software to arrive at a robust analysis of the revenue streams of BESS in the Japanese power system. 

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