In this post, we look at some alternative energy storage solutions to lithium-ion batteries and their potential applications
Cheesecake Energy has been awarded £445K BEIS funding. The funding will support product development of CEL’s eTanker system.
As the energy storage industry grows, the sector will need many of the same kind of skills and experience as the automotive and oil and gas industry.
CEL’s sustainable energy storage technology, eTanker was recently attributed the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label
Cheesecake Energy recently appeared on BBC East Midlands to discuss our technology and the potential for green jobs
Cheesecake Energy has announced new appointments to its Board of Directors today, including a new Chair.
Cheesecake Energy secures £1M seed investment to accelerate the development of its eTanker storage system
Check out the latest edition of our Energy Storage Landscape to keep updated with the ever-changing industry.
Find out more about community energy in the UK and how communities and local authorities are working together to help achieve Net Zero
In the year the UK hosts COP26, find out how community groups and local authorities across the country are tackling the Net Zero challenge.
With increasing pressure on commercial and industrial sectors to decarbonise, a new market is emerging for medium-duration energy storage.
Cheesecake Energy has been awarded grant funding for our EV-Tanker storage solution by the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) in partnership with Innovate UK.
The UK Government published its long-awaited Energy White Paper revealing the scale and opportunity of the energy transition. Read this infographic for the key points.
Cheesecake Energy have been awarded business support and funding from the Advanced Propulsion Centre UK’s Technology Developer Accelerator Programme.
Cheesecake Energy Limited (CEL) today announced it has received investment from the University of Nottingham to support UK-wide pilot programmes for the company’s energy storage solution.
Cheesecake Energy Ltd today announced its energy storage pilot with Nottinghamshire County Council for charging of its electric bus fleet with on-site solar.