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

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.

“There’s a Fortune to Be Made”

The Importance of Storing Energy

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Orkney Storage Evaluation – Storelectric Assessment

Orkney Storage Evaluation – Storelectric Assessment

Network Operators’ Ownership of Storage DNOs and TSOs CAN own storage. In the 2019 Energy Directive (to which we remain a party at least until the end of the year), any grid operator can request a derogation from their regulator to build and own storage if...

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Analysis of National Grid’s Winter Outlook Report 2020-21

Analysis of National Grid’s Winter Outlook Report 2020-21

National Grid's Winter Outlook Report this year shows a de-rated capacity margin of 4.8GW or 8.3% (p7). This looks healthy, though neighbouring countries' grids target 10-15% margin. However there are a number of concerns with it: De-rated margin is a statistical...

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Fads and Fallacies of the Energy Transition

Fads and Fallacies of the Energy Transition

Warning: this blog article is rather more strident than most. The energy transition isn't carefully thought through – it’s driven by fads, the current ones being batteries, distributed, virtual and demand-side. They all fall down on a number of factors, including: All...

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