Category: Monthly Newsletter

November News

New Website Storelectric has created a new, streamlined and simplified website: please look at it and see what you think. This is to go with

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August News

An interview with Proactive about Storelectric’s capabilities, current activities and prospects, plus much more in our monthly roundup.

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April News

$13.3bn Invested in Storage Q1 2022 The amount of finance invested into energy storage from all sources continues to rise, reaching $13.3bn last quarter. This

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February News

Funding Secured, Subject to Location Storelectric has achieved a breakthrough, with an offer of funding (of course, subject to contract etc.) for multiple plants of

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January News

Storelectric’s Hydrogen Offering Until now, our website has under-sold our hydrogen capabilities, which are strong, including: Hydrogen CAES Hydrogen storage CAES and Hydrogen Projects High

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June News

Headlines
1. Funding Strategy
2. International Opportunities
3. Someone is Impersonating Us
4. In the News Again
5. UK Investment Bank

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April News

Headlines
1. National Grid’s Summer Outlook Report
2. Study on Long Duration Energy Storage
3. IRENA: Electric Grids Will More Than Double
4. Solar Impulse 1,000 Solutions
5. More Awards
6. Thought Leadership Blog: Batteries – Expensive and Inadequate Solutions

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March News

Headlines
1. Storelectric Re-Branding
2. REA Longer-Duration Energy Storage Report
3. Thought Leadership Blog: Global Lessons from the Texas Blackouts

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February Newsletter

Headlines
1. Balancing etc. Costs Exceed £100m in January
2. 20GW Storage by 2030 – Spanish Target
3. REA Energy Storage Steering Group
4. CAES in Brazil
5. Thought Leadership Blog – Calculating the Need for Storage

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Happy New Year – Belatedly!

Headlines
1. Brexit and Storelectric
2. Low Inertia Grids
3. National Grid’s Operability Strategy Report
4. Storelectric In the News
5. Thought Leadership Blog – National Grid is planning to spend ~£16bn

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