The Constantine Group began as a shipping company in Middlesbrough, UK. Over the next 125 years it diversifies into logistics, property and energy
Constantine Energy is formed and acquires a stake in TGC renewables, a developer of UK solar sites
Constantine Wind Energy is formed as a JV between Constantine Energy and Jemm Capital
Constantine Group celebrates its 130th year and remains under the ownership of the same family, though it is run by independent executives
Pelagic Energy Development is formed as a JV between Constantine Energy and Pelagic Energy to develop a pipeline of storage asset
Constantine Energy forms Constantine Energy Storage to raise investment for the construction, ownership and operation of the Pelagic Energy Development pipeline of storage assets.
Alberta Investment Management Corporation, (“AIMCo”), on behalf of some of its clients, and Railpen – the investment manager responsible for managing over £37 billion AUM on behalf of several pension schemes – jointly acquire a 94% stake in Constantine Energy Storage (“CES”). CES, a grid-scale battery energy storage platform supporting the energy transition, will invest more than £400m to build out a pipeline of battery energy storage projects in the UK.
Construction begins on Constantine Energy Storage’s first project, a 57MW 2.5-hour battery at Ocker Hill.
Drilling rigs forming 50m bore holes to facilitate historical shallow coal mine workings remediation.
One of the largest mobile cranes in the UK successfully manoeuvred all of the BESS cabinets and PCSs onto their plinths.
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On track for 2023 delivery
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