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UK’s drivers-first approach to vehicle-to-grid
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UK’s drivers-first approach to vehicle-to-grid

The Vehicle to Grid Britain consortium will develop driver-centred business models to support the rapid roll out of vehicle-to-grid V2G technologies, enabling millions of electric car batteries to become a vital part of the UK energy system. Chris Wright, the chief technology officer of UK home battery company Moixa, talks us through the mission behind V2GB and the potential impact of the study.

Revaluating the future route to market for low carbon technologies
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Revaluating the future route to market for low carbon technologies

In the second in a series of blog posts from NextEnergy Capital, outlining an array of policy proposals with the potential herald in the low carbon energy transition and deliver a subsidy free and effective low carbon economy, Abid Kazim examines how to create a level playing field for low carbon technologies enabling them to compete more effectively.

The need to adapt in the energy storage era
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The need to adapt in the energy storage era

It is increasingly difficult to dispute the importance of energy storage to the future of society – and the power sector in particular. Bo Normark, thematic leader of smart grids and electric storage at InnoEnergy, argues that power providers and utilities need to educate themselves on the new reality and adapt to a new role in the future energy ecosystem.

In defence of National Grid and EVs: Debunking GMB’s sensationalism
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In defence of National Grid and EVs: Debunking GMB’s sensationalism

National Grid's electric vehicle lead recently voiced support for moving the 2040 ban on the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles to 2030, leading trade union GMB to cry foul and accuse the system operator of scheming after bill payers cash. David Pratt breaks down the discussion and asks if GMB's reaction is really justified.

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