SSE Enterprise has secured a £3.4 million government grant for a scheme to provide EV charging for drivers without off-street parking.
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Ofgem and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have described flexibility as ‘crucial’ to the evolution of energy networks in an open letter to the Energy Networks Association (ENA).
UK Power Networks (UKPN) is to trial smart charging across 300 electric car chargepoints using OVO Group’s smart energy platform, Kaluza.
Electricity generated from renewables almost doubled nuclear as coal fell to a record low in the second quarter of this year, EnAppSys found.
Flexibility providers called on by National Grid ESO jumped into action last week in response to grid frequency falling to 49.59Hz.
Western Power Distribution (WPD) has entered a commercial partnership with flexibility platform Piclo.
Government has unveiled proposals for new build houses to be fitted with chargepoints and pledged to ensure new rapid chargers will provide ‘pay as you go’ payment options.
National Grid ESO’s Future Energy Scenarios (FES) 2019 – released last week – outlined four potential scenarios for the next 30 years of the energy system. And for the first time, the Electricity System Operator (ESO) used sensitivity modelling to create a net zero scenario.
Shell is continuing its investment drive, this time backing US blockchain firm LO3 Energy.
BP Chargemaster is to roll out up to 200 rapid chargers at pubs and restaurants run by Mitchells & Butlers across the UK.
The CCC's 2019 Progress Report comes on the back of its net zero recommendations. Outlining policy suggestions for reaching net zero, the Progress Report also hit out at the government for a 'shortfall' in policy. Here the industry responds to the report's recommendations.
Engenie is set to double the number of rapid chargers in the UK, installing over 2,000 by 2024.