Engie is partnering Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) for the installation of EV charging stations in 14 countries, including the UK.
Global energy giant Iberdrola has confirmed its entry into the Irish market through the launch of a new energy supplier and €100 million of investments into renewables and battery storage.
EV charging is to receive a boost in the West of England as Siemens Mobility partners up with Alfen and ChargePoint Services (CPS) for network expansion.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has re-committed to plans to ‘lead the way’ in the decarbonisation of transport with a 2030 target for central government fleet electrification. However, the DfT has a rocky history with decarbonisation and a stream of policy decisions that have not always been welcomed by the industry. Alice Grundy explores how the Chris Grayling-led department could restore its reputation.
Lauren Cook, analyst at Solar Media Market Research, explores the driving factors behind a storage boom that could see as much as 500MW of battery storage capacity deployed throughout 2019.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has reinforced the pledge to electrify all central government cars by 2030, praising current progress.
Coal continues to falter as SSE reveals plans to fully close Fiddler’s Ferry, its last remaining coal-fired power station.
The UK recorded its greenest ever winter in 2018/19, as mild conditions, high renewable output and system flexibility combined to send carbon intensity tumbling.
Swedish energy giant Vattenfall has issued a €500 million (£438 million) green bond - its first ever - offering investors the chance to “support the transformation of the energy system”.