The project’s core delivery partners are Ulster University, Queen’s University Belfast, Strathclyde University, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Arbarr Group and Sunamp Ltd.
The stakeholder partners are Glen Dimplex Ltd, AES Kilroot Power Ltd, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Community Energy Scotland, B9 Energy Group, Climote, SSE plc, Energia, ESB Innovation, PayPal, Ulster Farmers Union and The Authentic Food Company.
The remaining associate industrial partners are drawn from electricity generators and retailers, technology companies, industrial consumers, local authorities, community energy scheme providers, rural businesses and domestic energy users.
|Ulster University||Core||Leading on project management and aspects of electricity market modelling, thermal energy storage and demand side management.|
|Queen’s University Belfast||Core||Leading on electricity storage and power networks.|
|Arbarr Group||Core||Expertise in development of battery controllers for small scale generators connecting to the network.|
|B9 Energy Group||Stakeholder|
|Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council||Stakeholder|
|AES Energy Storage||Stakeholder|
|Ulster Farmers' Union||Stakeholder|
|Dundalk Institute of Technology||Core||Leading on energy storage deployment when associated with variable renewable energy.|
|The Authentic Food Company||Stakeholder|
|Strathclyde University||Core||Leading on life-cycle assessment of renewable energy in maritime climates.|
|Sunamp Ltd||Core||Expertise in thermal storage solutions based on phase change materials.|
|Community Energy Scotland||Stakeholder|