Liam Stoker reflects on another turbulent week in British politics, one that actually saw some semblance of movement on the green agenda.
Liam Stoker reflects on party conference season in the UK, delving into the climate commitments of all three major political parties before measuring them against the net zero target.
Karl Anders, CEO of innogy eMobility UK, speaks to Current± about the need for detailed market analysis, how data enables smart charging solutions and what is driving EV innovation.
Current± talks to Conor Maher-McWilliams, head of flexibility at energy tech firm Kaluza, on what’s needed to tap into consumers’ inherent energy flexibility and how it is taking its technology platform forward.
Liam Stoker reflects on yesterday’s news that EDF is now more likely to be late and cost up to £2.9 billion more than previously thought, and draws parallels with another hugely costly project that’s now months late in the delivery.
Maria Brucoli, smart energy systems manager at EDF Energy R&D UK Centre, speaks to Current about making energy systems smarter and how to scale up a local energy trading pilot like Project CommUNITY.
Current± talks to digital strategist Ade McCormack ahead of his keynote speech at next month’s EnTech event in London about what true digitalisation actually entails and what the power companies need in their digital strategies.
Stephen Cirell takes a glance at recent news that Portsmouth City Council is to wind down its energy company initiative Victory Energy, and what it means for a public sector ESCO market that had looked on the cusp of considerable growth.
The growth potential of energy storage has drawn interest from some of the biggest names in energy and beyond. With the trend set to continue, Andy Colthorpe explores how three of the recent targets are faring under new ownership.