Oliver Forsyth

S&P Global

Energy Storage Market Analyst

Oliver Forsyth is a research analyst with the Climate and Sustainability team at S&P Global. Mr. Forsyth provides strategic research on energy storage in markets across Europe, Australia, and Asia Pacific, focusing on revenue stream analysis, the competitive landscape, and regulatory change. Prior to joining S&P Global, he was a research analyst with The Faraday Grid, an energy technology startup based in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, where his research focused primarily on balancing and ancillary service markets in the United Kingdom, mainland Europe, Australia, the United States, and Japan. Mr. Forsyth holds a Master of Arts in economics with management science from the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Sessions With Oliver Forsyth

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 04:30pm - 05:15pm (CST) / 09/mar/2022 10:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 11:15 pm

    10 Cleantech Trends in 2022

    Workshop Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power

    Our Clean Energy Technology team of experts will present the top 10 cleantech trends expected this year in technologies that reduce carbon emissions and confront climate change.

    Trends covered in this session will include:

    - Supply chain challenges, trade barriers, and geopolitics drive new solar PV manufacturing capacity closer to the end markets

    - Wind technology innovation focuses on larger turbine outputs and new recyclable materials

    - 2022 becomes a tipping point for Green Hydrogen, triggered by upcoming policy quotas

    - CCUS gains traction as a decarbonization solution for a wider group of regions and industries

    - Corporates accelerate their investments in renewable assets

Thursday, 10 March

  • 01:30pm - 02:10pm (CST) / 10/mar/2022 07:30 pm - 10/mar/2022 08:10 pm

    Long-duration Battery Storage Technology: Who is leading the charge?

    Panel Innovation & Technology

    Decarbonization of the energy system is generating unprecedented interest in long duration energy storage (LDES) technologies. A flurry of LDES innovation is underway to manage structural issues in the electrical power industry and to compete with lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries. What are the characteristics of the key technologies and their opportunities? How can current obstacles of cost and inefficiency be overcome?