Current± caught up with Claire Thompson-Sage, sustainable development co-ordinator at UPS to discuss the EFLES project, the need for flexibility and what’s next in their vehicle decarbonisation journey.
While progress has undoubtedly been made in decarbonising the energy sector, more is needed, and fast if we are to meet the Paris Agreement goal writes Jukka Lehtonen, vice president at Wärtsilä Energy.
Current± caught up with Alex O'Cinneide, CEO of Gore Street Capital, to talk about the requirements of Dynamic Containment, the value in revenue stacking and the fund's international expansion plans.
Current± sat down with SMS MD Mark Hamilton to discuss how FlexiGrid is managing demand in Orkney, what’s next for the ReFLEX project and what Solopower has to offer.
Geoff Murphy, Charge Project lead at SP Energy Networks, details how more than incentives alone will be required to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles with the sector currently being in a ‘chicken & egg’ situation.
Geospatial software company IQGeo's regional manager Richard Weiss takes a look at the impact of legacy maps on the transition to decentralised grids.
Almost a year since she took over the reins, Current± caught up with Limejump’s chief executive Catherine Newman to discuss capitalising on the changing market, Dynamic Containment and working as a scale-up.
As people look for lessons to be learnt from the Texas blackouts in February, Current± asked if an extreme weather event could ever lead to rolling blackouts in the UK.
As the ban on the sale of new internal combustion engine vehicles grows closer, the need for EV infrastructure is growing. Energy tech company EvoEnergy's Jonathan Roper explains how its HyperHub sites will help provide key charging facilities in York.