Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) EV chargers could be economically viable in the near term and save hundreds of millions of pounds in grid costs, but only if the industry can deliver specific conditions.
Over £20 million will fund the installation of 800 new charge points across Scotland in a bid to increase the country’s EV uptake.
Energy companies, oil majors and telecommunications firms are among those eyeing up a potential investment in energy tech start-up Social Energy.
SP Energy Networks is to launch a new tool aimed at shining a light on electric vehicle adoption in the UK, and how the country’s networks can prepare themselves for the surge in demand.
Delivery firm DPD has appointed Rolec EV for the rollout of charge points across 60 UK sites as it continues its EV expansion.
Project TERRE looks set to be delayed by at least six months after French transmission system operator RTE experienced “difficulties” implementing new systems and controls.
A Citizens’ Assembly on climate change and achieving net zero has been announced by six of the government's select committees.
Over 50,000 smart meters will need to be installed every day to meet 2020 targets, says Cornwall Insight, as Ofgem discusses the challenges facing suppliers.
Record low clearing prices in the T-1 Capacity Market auction have rendered the mechanism unfit for purpose, while meeting its minimum requirements could seem “fatally onerous” for battery storage developers.