BlackRock signs “first of its kind” risk hedging deal for big Queensland battery

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Akaysha Energy, the battery storage developer owned by the world’s biggest asset manager BlackRock, says it has landed a “first of its kind” revenue swap and risk hedging deal for the 300MWh Ulinda Park battery it is planning to build in Queensland.

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