The government’s series of policy announcements released this week are high in ambition with strong signaling, but questions remain over financing.
Alice Grundy Reporter, Current±
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UK Power Networks (UKPN) has unveiled a new open data online portal that it said brings together thousands of datasets.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a new 2030 Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Strategy, with this including plans to use public land for chargepoints.
National Grid has pushed back its expectation of when the IFA1 interconnector with France will be operating at its full 2GW capacity again.
A new National Energy Systems Map (NESM) has been launched by Britain’s electricity and gas networks.
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