Brockworth Road Energy Reserve

Brockworth Road Energy Reserve is a proposed battery energy storage system connected into an existing 33kV overhead line.

The project is located on a small parcel of land located east of the junction connecting the M5 and A417, and west of Brockworth Road. The infrastructure to be installed comprises a standalone battery energy storage system, alongside associated infrastructure such as access tracks, secure fencing, and substation buildings.

There will be an approximately 80m long section of buried cable between the battery system and the point of connection into the existing 33kV overhead power line. The point of connection and limited supporting infrastructure is located in a small area to the west of the main system.

To make this project work for all, we are seeking your views on this proposal ahead of submitting a formal planning application to Tewkesbury Borough Council.

This project website will be updated to share the latest news with the local community and facilitate feedback. We will also hold an online public consultation event; the details can be found on this page.

Latest updates

  1. 4 Dec 23

    Confirmation of application

    Exagen have now submitted a full planning application to Tewkesbury Borough Council.
    Any representations or comments on the application from interested parties should be submitted directly to the Council using the online form under the ‘Comments’ section on the application link, or in writing by letter to Tewkesbury Borough Council
    Public Services Centre, Gloucester Road, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
    GL20 5TT, United Kingdom or email or  quoting the application reference number – 23/01078/FUL

    Please find the relevant link to the planning application below.

    Any questions regarding the development or suggestions around community initiatives can continue to be directed to the project team:

    Link to applicaiton


Battery storage


Battery storage system with capacity of approximately 20MW and a duration of 2hrs.



Each cycle of the battery is the equivalent to the daily electricity usage of 5,000 homes.

Hexagon shape

Meet the team

  • Mark Rowcroft Managing Director of Construction & Engineering

  • Adam Tomkins Project Manager

  • Sam Warne Community Engagement Officer

  • Andrew Mott Head of Planning and Environment


Your feedback is very important to us. Please feel free to contact us here, quoting the name of the project you are referring to and one of our project team will get back to you as soon as possible.

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