John Lewis Partnership has set its sights on having a zero carbon transport fleet by 2045, resulting in the switch of more than 3,200 vehicles to zero-emissions alternatives.
European energy giant Vattenfall has made a play for the C&I demand side response market by acquiring Dutch energy software start-up Senfal.
Octopus Energy has integrated with Amazon’s Alexa product suite to allow its customers to “hack” the domestic energy market.
SSE has moved to future-proof its back end systems by moving to Contigo’s energy nomination and scheduling platform.
E.On has reported strong performance from its renewables and networks divisions, but cited “unrelentingly fierce competition” in European supply markets for sliding returns from its solutions arm.
In this round-up of new from the electric vehicle industry, Gemserv unveils proposals to increase EV uptake and new Fastned rapid charging hubs are to be installed in the North East of England.
Nippon Koei, one of Japan’s largest engineering firms, has formed a joint venture with a British battery storage firm to construct two 50MW behind-the-meter storage projects in the UK.
With Ofgem’s proposed cap on cost of capital under RIIO-T2 price controls, UK transmission network operators will be challenged to rethink how they deliver capital programmes. Burns & McDonnell’s Jeff Casey and Jonathan Chapman discuss how harnessing the expertise within the engineering-construction sector will be critical to their success.
Global energy giant RWE is on the “home straight” of its asset swap with E.On and establishing itself as a renewables powerhouse, the company said today.