Powering a new future through Energy Storage
Who We Are
Atlantic Green is joint venture between two entrepreneurial shareholders, Interland and Nofar Energy. Atlantic Green focuses on investing, developing and operating grid-scale battery energy storage projects in the United Kingdom.
Nofar Energy (TASE:NOFR) is a global Independent Power Producer and developer of renewable energy assets, specialising in solar and battery energy storage. Nofar Energy has an operating and under construction portfolio of c. 1.1GW of solar and energy storage assets across Israel, Spain, Italy, UK, US, Romania and Poland.
Interland is a private investment group based in London, UK. The group invests in, develops and operates real estate and renewable energy assets in the United Kingdom, Netherlands and Belgium.
What We Do
Atlantic Green is currently developing a pipeline of Battery Energy Storage with a total capacity of c. 500 MW. We aim to become a leading player in the UK BESS market, with c. 1.5 GW of energised assets in the next 5 years.
Battery energy storage assets can stabilise grid fluctuations and reduce electricity price volatility, enabling the long-term transition from fossil fuels to renewable energies.
A continuous development of battery energy storage is a vital step in the UK's journey to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, increasing the country's power autonomy and energy security.
Projects in Our Pipeline
Estimated Energisation date: Q2 2026
Grid Connection: 300MW
Energy Capacity: >600 MWh
Estimated Energisation date: Q1 2024
Grid Connection : 30MW
Energy Capacity: 60 MWh
Energisation date: Q4 2028
Grid Connection: 130MW
Energy Capacity: >270 MWh
Meet the Team
Significantly reducing energy curtailment and electricity price volatility in support of UK businesses and households.
that enables job creation and further investment into a renewable generation.
Investing in infrastructure that decreases carbon dioxide emissions and accelerates the transition to a low carbon economy.
Contributing to increased autonomy over the UK supplied and stored power, improving the UK’s energy security.
Board of Directors