Storelectric is well recognised within the industry for its expertise not only in energy storage, but also in the energy system as a whole and in its understanding of how to enable renewables to power an emissions-free grid without the system costing more. And this expertise also extends to ways to enable a de-carbonised grid to support the de-carbonisation of heating, transportation and industry, and how to structure the regulation of the electricity system  to deliver this in the most cost-effective and subsidy-free way. Because of this expertise and recognition, Storelectric has at different times been invited to support (and sometimes present to) the following:

MPs and peers of most parties
All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Energy Costs
APPG Energy Storage
APPG Climate Change
BEIS (the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and its predecessor DECC)

National Grid Power Responsive
National Grid Energy Strategy
Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum
New Energy Forum
Energy Research Partnership
EUPD Research
Renewable Energy Association
Energy Storage Association
RIIO framework decision (Ofgem)
NOA Methodology and NOA (NG)
Electricity SO Forward Plan (NG)

Additionally, Storelectric has been invited to speak to many conferences, including:
Cleantech Clug
Energy Storage and Connected Systems
Energy Storage UK
New Energy Forum
Solar Energy and Storage

Storelectric has been featured in New Scientist, New Power and is a founder member of the Solar Impulse Foundation’s World Alliance for Efficient Solutions.