The UK needs to act fast to deliver net zero but “neither policy or politics is enabling that to happen”, according to director of UK100 Polly Billington.
Good Energy has become the latest supplier to launch an EV charging service, after having EVs in its sights for a long time.
More than 100GW of additional wind and solar capacity, alongside 30GW of short duration energy storage, is needed in the UK if the country is to meet its net zero obligations.
Exports of battery storage and solar PV have seen “exponential” growth as weather independent generation falls to less than 40%, according to data from ElectraLink and the Renewable Energy Association (REA).
On Monday 14 October, National Grid ESO announced a tender for reactive power absorption to solve a high voltage requirement in the Mersey region.
According to new analysis by Carbon Brief, in Q3 this year the UK’s windfarms, solar panels, biomass and hydro plants generated 29.5 terawatt hours (TWh) of power, while coal, gas and oil generated just 29.1TWh.
Great Britain must “hone and optimise network flexibility” as decarbonisation objectives ramp up, according to a new report from Cornwall Insight, called Market design amidst global energy transition.
KiWi Power has signed a contract with fund manager Gresham House New Energy for the optimisation of a 15MW battery in Bristol.
Northern Powergrid (NPg) is to launch a fleet of electric vans with on-board energy storage systems to restore power during power cuts and planned maintenance.