Irish-listed Corre Energy becomes ‘largest’ energy storage developer in Europe

The firm is currently building its Ahaus compressed air energy storage projects in Germany, which are three quarters complete

Compressed air energy storage is a way of storing energy underground for later use and has grown in interest with the transition to renewables. Picture: Corre Energy

Corre Energy, the Dublin-listed energy storage firm headquartered in the Netherlands, has said it is now the largest energy storage company in Europe, with 100 gigawatt hours of capacity currently under construction.

This represents 20 per cent of the total capacity of large-scale energy storage projects in Europe over the next 10 years, according to a new EU-wide development plan by European transmission system operators.

The energy storage projects currently underway by Corre Energy are ...