Battery Storage Sector

There is an increasing demand across the globe for energy that comes from renewable and sustainable sources. This is driven by fossil fuel supply constraints, energy security, the impact of climate change and by the Paris Climate Agreement, which legally binds all participating countries, including the UK, to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions considerably. 

Renewable Energy however is intermittent by nature and generation levels do not always match demand. Viable energy storage solutions are therefore required in order to be able to utilise renewable sources to their full potential.






What is Battery Storage?


Battery storage uses industrial scale battery technology to provide power to the National Grid at times of peak demand. Battearies are charged when there is a surplus of energy being generated, and then discharged quickly to meet sudden increases in demand. The technology has existed for many years, but has only recently been developed and manufactured on a scale that makes this type of application commercially viable.


Is this linked to Feed-in-Tariffs or other government incentives?


Income to projects is derived directly from the electricity supply markets. There is no direct linkage to government devised tax payer funded incentive schemes. The regulatory environment is therefore much more stable than has historically been the case with Government incentive schemes such as the Feed-in-Tariff.


How we work

ILI Battery Storage and our partners Abbey Group and Yoo Energy will use our combined technical expertise to screen and select sites to make sure only the very best locations are taken forward. Our technical assessments are non-intrusive. They predominantly involve site walkovers and desk-top assessments so there will be no disruption to your daily lives. Once the technical assessments are complete we move very quickly to submitting a detailed proposal to the local Planning Department.

The costs of the project are entirely met by us – land owners are never asked to invest their own money.


We cover the full costs of all the various technical assessment, planning application fees, grid connection charges and all the other costs associated with the construction, operation and decommissioning of the project.



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