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Storengy UK work with a number of different partners in the energy sector, whilst supporting the local community.


Storengy UK work with a number of different partners in the energy sector. These partnerships help us develop new services to assist with the transition to a zero-carbon future, educate and encourage the next generation into this industry and much more. 


As a leader in district energy and decentralised energy generation, ENGIE provides innovative services and sustainable energy solutions in order to improve efficiency of their customers’ businesses and the lives of the communities they serve. Storengy partners with Engie UK to offer geothermal solutions. Click here for more information on their products.

Energy Utilities Alliance (EUA)

The association brings assistance to all existing actors in the energy and gas sector for them to find place in this complex regulatory environment. To know more about the different division the EUA are involved in, please visit their website.
The Gas Storage Operators Group (GSOG) is a trade association, which was formed in May 2006 within the EUA. It comprises all active participants in the Great-Britain Gas Storage Market and as such represents a wide range of interests.


The Cheshire Energy Hub is an energy sector support organisation, funded and strategically driven by industry.  Its members work collaboratively to advance the skills agenda and energy initiatives in the region. 
By putting into place the Graduate program, the CEH aims to offer young engineers and scientists multi-company placements. To find out more about their graduate scheme, click on the link.
CEH has also established the UK’s first Energy Innovation District in the North West.


Established by the industry-led Cheshire Energy Hub, the District spans the industrial heartland from Ellesmere Port toward Runcorn, where over 5% of the UK’s energy is consumed.  The overarching aim is to provide secure, low-carbon and low-cost indigenous energy from the North West, unlocking over 33,000 jobs and £7 billion in capital investment.
To learn more this ambitious project, click on the link


The North West hydrogen alliance is comprised of a broad range of industries whose aim is to plan, develop and commercialise an industrial focused hydrogen hub based at Thornton and Protos near Ellesmere Port. Storengy is actively involved in the alliance to provide expertise on the storage of hydrogen.



The REA was established in 2001 as a not-for-profit trade association representing British renewable energy producers and promoting the use of renewable energy in the UK. The REA helps its members build commercially and environmentally sustainable businesses whilst promoting clean tech and increasing the contribution of renewable energy to the UK’s electricity, heat, transport and green gas needs.



Chester University and particularly Thornton science campus is involved in helping companies working in the environmental, automotive and advanced manufacturing sectors. As Storengy UK works in a very innovative area of expertise, the company is always interested in finding highly skilled individuals and works in close collaboration with Thornton Science Park.



The Board is helping the economic development by finding ways to attract funding into the local area (covering Northwich, Winsford, Middlewich and Crewe). Being a partner in this Board is essential for Storengy, as it is important for the company to be aware of all the projects in which Storengy could contribute in the area of green energies and especially low carbon solutions such as gas storage, geothermal etc… Click here to see the Board’s objectives. 

Our commitment to the local community is also through the Local Liaison Committee that we host and the Low-Carbon Community fund providing local Parishes with energy efficiency improvements that will demonstrate to the local community the benefits of new technologies and will be a catalyst for them to make energy improvements in their own homes.



Storengy UK is working in close cooperation with Cheshire West and Chester Council to support local economy efficiency improvements and develop larger scale energy solutions through the Cheshire Energy Hub and the Energy Innovation District. The Cheshire West and Chester Council provides the local inhabitants with a full range of local government services including Council Tax billing, libraries, social services etc…For more information click here.



The department brings together responsibilities for business, industrial strategy, science, innovation, energy, and climate change. BEIS is a ministerial department, supported by 46 agencies and public bodies.

To read more information about their role click on this link.

Storengy UK created a Local Community Fund (LCF), in 2008 to support the local parishes.

Initially the fund helped with renovation works on local parish buildings but more recently the fund has been focused on energy efficiency projects. So far Storengy has; installed Solar PV, energy efficient windows and doors, low energy light fittings and LEDs, efficient boiler controls, loft insulation and LED lighting across the 5 parish's.

The parish representatives are involved in reviewing submissions for funding and will take the final decision on where the funding will be allocated. The more recent focus on energy efficiency has see Storengy arrange for an energy specialist to carry out a survey of community buildings and make recommendations on ways to improve energy efficiency. 

Once funding is awarded and the improvements are in place, Storengy UK then monitors the energy savings and uses the community buildings for events to demonstrate the benefits gained from the measures we have funded.
Example of our funding is Byley Village Hall, Storengy supplied funding for Solar PV panels and they funded a Telsar battery to store the energy generated. 



Byley Parish have worked closely with Storengy through our Local Liaison Committee since the start of the project. The company has made every effort to keep us informed of their plans well ahead of taking actions which has enabled the parishioners to make comments/suggestions and be kept up to date. The company has made a very good job of screening the plant from view. They have been excellent ‘neighbours’ to our farmers and minimised disruption when installing pipelines and afterwards returning the land back to the farmers. Finally Storengy have contributed through their local community fund to some projects within the 5 effected parishes, for which we’re very grateful.

John Beecroft, Parish Chairman

Age UK Cheshire


Storengy UK are pleased to be supporting Age UK Cheshire throughout 2019. We will be taking part in a number of fund raising activities.

Throughout the year we have held a number of events and activities to raise money for the Charity. back in March we walked 10,000 steps per day.
In April we held a Bike-a-Thon collectively we cycled 102 miles, our spring raffle helped push our fund raising over £400.
The Step Challenge through June saw the team walk a massive 6,298,228 steps which is the equivalent of walking from San Francisco to Miami!! We also had a sweet shop and our Storengy bake off in October. We have exceeded our £600 target and have many more events lined up before the end of the year.

For more information about the great work Age UK Cheshire do for the local community please visit their website.
In addtion to our fund raising activities for Age UK Cheshire, Storengy UK have pledged £1000 funding to support their sensory garden project at The Castle Community Centre in Northwich, this is a project that we feel has close links to our own biodiversity activities on site and we look forward to providing some volunteering hours to assist in the delivery of this project in 2020.