Energy Storage

Investing in latest storage technologies and building our own reliable infrastructure is central to GPCE’s commitment and future-proofing strategy.


Storing clean electricity is a vital component to the global clean energy solution. Both solar and wind produce energy in peaks, and local grid-balancing and provision of a firm frequency response is critical to the viability of consistent energy provision. This is achieved through Energy Storage (ES), and most suitable technologies most commonly involve batteries.

GPCE are committed to providing the best form of ES for our clients and are developing owner-operator systems to marry with legislative frameworks, environmental ideals and lasting technological solutions.

There is no doubt that storage systems will evolve apace moving forwards, but current solutions lie in finding the best compromise between existing battery technologies. Such systems are capital intensive and governments are yet to provide the most attractive incentives for advancing storage systems in our existing markets. However, ES is central to GPCE’s strategy as an Independent Power Producer.


There are six evolving approaches to grid electricity battery storage, with Lithium Ion currently the most established. However, GPCE are investigating all mediums for future-proofing installations and investments.
Lithium Ion
Sodium Ion
Vanadium (Redox / Flow)
Lead Acid
Sodium Sulfur
Sodium Nickel Chloride


Storage technologies together with hybrid energy supplies are becoming increasingly important, underpinning the need for international supergrids which will eventually allow energy production from multiple sources to be seamlessly integrated in a secure, multi-regional network. GPCE’s expertise in both solar and wind energy generation makes us well-placed to react to the best solutions as the market requires them. In the short-to-medium term it is the strengths of solar energy supply, enabled by effective battery storage vectors, that provides the essential solution. Local, stable clean energy production is the only practical way industry can reach its zero emissions targets and GoldenPeaks Capital Energy is ideally placed to supply it.


Green hydrogen is a crucial puzzle piece in the race towards low-carbon economies and for the decarbonization of some of the heaviest industrial sectors. Goldenpeaks Capital Energy is continually assessing its viability as both an energy vector and therefore storage agent.

Green hydrogen is hydrogen produced without CO2 emissions. Electricity can be used to tear water molecules apart, thus liberating their constituent hydrogen and oxygen through the electrolysis process.

Global hydrogen demand is expected to grow 5-fold by 2050. While hydrogen is still costly to produce, prices are expected to come down due to cheaper renewable electricity, technology improvements and improved economies of scale as larger projects are rolled-out.
can be used to generate energy producing only water as end-product.compliments renewable energy, balancing its unpredictability for energy efficient as it is the most energy-dense known energy carrier (x2.6 natural gas)does not produce pollutants on burning (eg sulphates or carbon monoxide)enhances the independency from oil producers in sectors that otherwise would heavily rely on fossil fuels.