The Problem We Solve

Reducing the amount of CO₂ in electricity generation requires more variable, sustainable wind and solar to replace fossil fuel burning sources. In the grid supply and demand must be equal second by second, if generation can not match consumer demand it creates an imbalance, leading to supply disruption and increased energy costs.

Our solution stores excess low-cost renewable electricity, to release at peak times, reducing consumer demand and cost. The customer then gets less expensive electricity, mitigates future price rises, reduces supply risk and helps balance the grid.

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How it works

Patent Field
1. Cheap renewable electricity drives the compressors
2. Air enters & is compressed
3. Compression heat retained
4. Compressed air stored
5. Stored air released


6. Stored heat energises air
7. Hot air drives expander generator to make electricity
8. Cool clean refrigeration air
9. Revenue or cost avoidance

How it works for the customer

Excess renewable
energy generation

Users store
electricity on-site

Electricity powers 

compressor squashing air

Energy stored as air

pressure and heat

Expensive peak

demand periods

Switch to local

store of electricity

Costs avoided

up to 56% saved

Cost avoided

flexible use

Ofgem Policy

Network operators must grow capacity using flexible solutions, battery storage or smoothing peaks in demand, before building expensive new network capacity coordinate data on local energy use – sharing this with flexibility providers, accelerating and increasingly decentralised energy market





Benefits - balancing energy use and reducing cost

Manage risk, fix long term energy contracts, prevent margin erosion