The Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF) has now reached a total of £380 million – half of which is government funding – following its third close.
The first week of 2021 has been a turbulent one for the UK’s energy market, with price spikes and tight margins keeping traders on their toes.
As EV uptake grows, the potential strain on the electricity grid is becoming clearer, but there are clear ways to address this ‘energy-mobility nexus’ challenge writes Hitachi ABB’s Andre Burdet.
Kiwi Power's head of optimisation, Thomas Jennings, spoke to Current± about what the most important flexibility developments have been this year and what 2021 may shape up to look like.
In November 2020, Invinity Energy Systems revealed it would be pairing its vanadium flow battery technology with the European Marine Energy Centre’s (EMEC) tidal generation on the Orkney Islands.
Current± caught up with SPEN's Colin Taylor, director of processes and technology, about inertia, the company's Hybrid Synchronous Compensator solution and Project Phoenix.
Current± caught up with the ENA's head of innovation and development Randolph Brazier to discuss the importance of data in the electrification of transport, visibility of EV chargers and the need for the government's Rapid Charging Fund.
What does the new National Infrastructure Strategy really mean for EV charging? SWARCO eVolt’s Justin Meyer takes a look at the key document.
As 2020 comes to an end, Current± caught up with GridBeyond CEO Michael Phelan to discuss Dynamic Containment, flexibility and what’s next.