World Market Leader in Renewable Energy Storage

“All the batteries we make now can ONLY store 10 minutes of the world’s electricity needs, we need a breakthrough here, something that is going to be a factor of a HUNDRED better than what we have today”

Bill Gates
“We’ve been well aware of the intermittency problem and looming crisis for energy companies across Europe, for a long time. This is the first viable solution we’ve seen that’s on the same scale as the problem.”

PriceWaterhouse Coopers

About Storelectric

Storelectric Ltd is a developer of projects using highly efficient forms of Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) using existing technologies, at a grid scale, efficiently and cost-effectively.

Introduction to Storelectric CAES

The Importance of Storing Energy

A brief 2.5 minute video in which the founding directors, PwC and Siemens explain the proposal.

CAES is a form of grid-scale energy storage that works by compressing air, then expanding it again when needed. It has been in use safely and reliably since the 70s, but revenue stream improvements and the recent development by Storelectric means that Storelectric CAES is expected to be very profitable in today’s markets; more so in the future.

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News, Blogs and Special Promotions linked to the book

Finalist for EnergyXL

Storelectric have been selected as a finalist for EnergyXL. With over over 150 applications, we are over the first hurdle! The awards are InnoEnergy and Energy XL. They are looking for startups/scaleups to take part in their tailored programs supported by industry...

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A De-Carbonised and Cost-Effective Energy System

What would such a system look like? A de-carbonised energy system would be built up of many diverse elements selected to be the most suitable mix for each location. There is no single answer or “magic bullet”, no “winning technology” for powering the world, or even...

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Why De-Carbonise by 2040?

100% renewable energy is a target for the energy systems by 2040, though if it can be achieved by 2030 (which I doubt), then so much the better. It’s important for energy to go to zero because it’s possible without additional costs in the overall system, if done...

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