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Renewables supplier Tonik Energy has landed a £13 million capital injection from investors, including major Japanese investment firm Mitsui.
The UK’s distribution network operators (DNOs) have committed to cut the red tape surrounding EV charger installations, aiming to help facilitate more mass installs.
Equinor, the energy major formerly known as Statoil, has acquired power and gas trading firm Danske Commodities for €400 million (£350 million).
Connected Kerb has unveiled its maiden install of its kerbside public charging station in what’s been described as a “ground-breaking” development for the electric vehicle sector.
ABB has launched a suite of new power products which it says can boost grid stability, power quality and energy efficiency in modern, complex grids.
UK Power Networks has launched a £300,000 fund aimed at supporting community organisations with energy efficiency projects.
Renewables are on course to overtake fossil fuels and become Britain’s ‘dominant force’ of power during 2020.
Independent energy supplier Igloo is trialling a new smartphone app which it says can reduce electric vehicle charging emissions by as much as 20%.
In this round-up of electric vehicle charging infrastructure news, Swarco eVolt lauds its record breaking 2018 as it prepares for a year of further growth and Ground Control unveils its new EV charger lease model.
In the fifth of a series of prediction pieces running on Current± in preparation of the year ahead, Energy UK chief Lawrence Slade predicts what the energy market has in store in 2019.
Current±’s 2018 Review: Capacity Market standstill, Engie’s KiWi Power play and Ofgem’s busy December
We conclude our look back at the most significant stories of 2018 as we cast our (short) memories all the way back to November and the last few weeks of December, including that landmark ruling on the Capacity Market from the ECJ and Ofgem’s busy end to the year.