As a recognised world-class leader in green energy technology, our solutions generate hydrogen and provide large-scale, long-duration hydrogen and electricity storage.

Our technology and projects can facilitate a truly circular economy.


Our systems integrate seamlessly to enable Green Hydrogen production.

Using an Electrolysis process sited alongside our other technologies, we can produce hydrogen far cheaper than alternative methods, and with zero emissions. ​


We store electricity and hydrogen in underground salt caverns

There are thousands in existence worldwide – many, relics of the fossil fuel industry. Utilising these uses fewer resources in setup and operation than alternative battery solutions.

green energy technology ecosystem


We pioneer, adopt and develop innovative low-carbon green energy technologies.

Configuring entirely bespoke projects comprising many elements including renewable energy generation, CAES (electricity storage), electrolysis, hydrogen production and storage, and fuel synthesis, Storelectric’s technologies can help to drive the green energy transition.



Zero or low emissions

Operational configurations include emission-free option and fossil fuel option with a greatly reduced carbon footprint.

Grid Scale, Long duration storage

Up to 100’s+ MW, multi-GWh+, 4 hour to multi-day storage tackles the renewable energy intermittency dilemma  

built to last

30+ Years without efficiency loss on mechanical and up to 100 years on underground caverns (and counting!)

highly efficient

Independently verified to achieve high efficiencies:
Green CAES ™ 62%-70%;
Hydrogen CAES ™ 50%->60%

asset repurposing

Utilising existing infrastructure from coal plants and salt mines results in lower financial and environmental costs with added revenue streams

proven yet unique

Based on a proven CAES system but improved upon with a more compact arrangement, greater efficiencies and lower CAPEX costs.

“We view Storelectric’s solution as a game changer that has the potential to speed up the energy transition”

— NAM 70 Challenge