News 19 January 2024

Energy Storage supporting supply and demand

Britain leads the world on renewable energy but will fall behind if it doesn’t start building storage capacity to match demand with supply. 

Read Chris Chafin’s article in ‘The House’, the in-house publication for the UK Parliament, on energy storage supporting supply and demand. Chris spoke with Anne-Laure Chassanite (Managing Director of Storengy UK) about Storengy UK’s role in addressing the country’s need for green energy storage.

Storengy UK’s underground gas storage plays an important role in the flexibility of our national gas supply and we are leading the way in transitioning to underground hydrogen energy storage, developing the technical adaptations that will enable us to build and operate flexible and safe hydrogen storages to support the UK’s net-zero goals. 

Read the article HERE.