VLC Energy

VLC Energy intends to transform the energy storage and distributed power generation market in the UK. VLC Energy are funding a strong pipeline of early stage energy storage and distributed power projects across the country. As energy storage plants become more cost-effective, increasing levels of renewable energy sources, such as solar power and wind energy, may be integrated into the overall power mix helping to future-proof the UK’s evolving power network.

VLC Energy is a joint venture company created by renewable energy investment company, Low Carbon, and VPI Immingham, owner of one of the largest combined heat and power plants in Europe and part of the Vitol group. VLC Energy is focussed on accelerating the long term development of the UK’s energy storage and distributed power market including renewable energy. Our first projects to be developed include two of the UK’s largest operational energy storage plants in Cleator in Cumbria and Glassenbury in Kent.