While bringing enormous benefits, the move to distributed and intermittent low carbon renewable generation creates challenges for our energy system. The deployment of battery storage facilitates the addition of renewable generation and can help defer or avoid the cost of expensive network upgrades.
Energy storage plays a key and growing role in ensuring the resilience of our electricity networks. Batteries provide a scalable solution that is unique in its ability to respond rapidly and proportionately to imbalances in electricity supply and demand.
Battery storage supports lower emissions, lower costs, and lower energy prices.
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Penso Power is developing and deploying a substantial pipeline of large-scale battery energy storage projects in the UK, Italy and Australia. Penso Power creates value at each stage of a project’s lifetime, from project development, design, and deployment to post-construction operation.
Our ambitions are global, and we will continue to seek new opportunities in a range of markets including in Europe and developing markets where we believe there may be significant potential to make an impact.
We benefit from the support of our partners , a leading global maritime company involved in shipping, floating infrastructure, deepwater oil & gas production, and new sustainable technologies.

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The Minety development in Wiltshire, UK was Europe’s largest operational battery storage project at the time of energisation, initially 100MW / 136MWh and 150MW / 266MWh when fully built.
Our Hams Hall project in North Warwickshire, UK will see a further step up in scale with 400MW of connection capacity and an approved design allowing for deployment of up to 2GWh of energy.
Our battery storage project pipeline currently exceeds 4GWh.



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PLANNING PERMISSION SECURED FOR 100MW / 250MWh BRAMLEY BATTERY STORAGE DEVELOPMENT IN HAMPSHIRE

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Planning Inspectorate allows appeal and planning permission is granted for battery storage development adjacent to Bramley substation.

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John Wybrew OBE
CHAIRMAN
Following a 30-year career at Shell, John served as an Executive Director on the boards of British Gas and its successor companies, latterly National Grid. For 8 years thereafter, he was a non-executive Director of the energy regulator, Ofgem.
John chaired the British Energy Association from 2005 to 2007 and the Foundation for Management Education from 2000 to 2013. Until 2009, he was Chairman of a government-backed Sector Skills Council for which he was awarded an OBE.
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Richard Thwaites
CEO
Richard was Chairman at Limejump, a leading energy technology company, until it was acquired by Shell in February 2019. He spent a large part of his career in investment banking roles at Morgan Stanley and HSBC and latterly as Managing Partner and head of Energy and Renewables at Emergent Capital Partners.
Richard is a member of Ofgem`s Capacity Markets Advisory Group and the European Commission’s Investors Dialogue on Energy – Energy Storage Working Group.
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Terry Winstanley
CFO
Terry is a qualified management accountant with over 17 years experience in a range of finance roles covering Energy, Trading and Tech sectors.
Most recently Terry was CFO of Limejump with prior roles including Smart DCC and PETRONAS.
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Dr Nan Jia
ENGINEERING DIRECTOR
Nan has over 18 years' experience in electrical and electronic engineering with a focus on the renewable energy industry since 2013. Nan has substantial experience in grid-scale renewable generation, grid-scale and behind-the-meter energy storage as well as the development of community energy storage concepts.
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Erik Nygard
BOARD OBSERVER
Erik is the founder and CEO at Kofa, a West Africa based electric mobility and distributed energy storage company. He previously founded, built, and scaled Limejump, an energy technology company that was acquired by Shell in 2019. Erik has 14 years’ experience in the energy markets.
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Erik Strømsø
NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Erik Strømsø is the CEO of BW ESS, which is a shareholder in Penso Power and a leading global investor in the energy storage space. He also serves as the Managing Director for BW Renewables and is part of the BW Group Executive Committee. Previously, Mr. Strømsø was a Senior Equity Partner at Pareto Securities, an energy-focused investment bank.
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Hui Wu
MANAGING DIRECTOR PENSO POWER AUSTRALIA
Hui has over 13 years of professional experience in the renewable energy industry. Since his MBA graduation from the IESE Business School in 2010, he has served various management roles with leading companies like Suntech, GCL/Powin and Sungrow. Hui currently oversees Penso’s general business in Australia including project development & acquisition, operations and business development.
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