Increases in home working have influenced the electric vehicle (EV) charging plans of businesses, as 34% say they plan on putting chargers in employee’s homes.
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) sales have once again seen a significant increase, with a jump of 441.3% recorded last month when compared to May 2020.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has unveiled a first of its kind tool for modelling the uptake of low-carbon forms of heat, dubbed ‘Heat-Up’.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is to use near real-time data from smart meters to respond to power interruptions.
Scotland’s green energy sector currently supports 22,660 jobs, according to new research that also found that renewables provide 97% of its electricity consumption.
World's largest domestic V2G trial finds hardware costs still too high despite 'significant financial rewards'
Aggregated electric vehicles (EVs) participating in Dynamic Containment could earn consumers up to £725 a year, but hardware costs must reduce.
Following the Carbon Trust's recent report, Current± caught up with the non-profit's director Andrew Lever to discuss the benefits of flexibility for the country as a whole.
Barriers to electric vehicle (EV) charging including security, interoperability and load management are to be tackled as part of a new consortium.
A new centre of excellence, a partnership to bring together social landlords and building firms and a new investment in the solar workforce have been unveiled today (2 June).