The Data Communications Company (DCC), the body tasked with maintaining the UK’s smart meter data network, has confirmed a major smart meter milestone has been surpassed.
Large-scale deployment of EVs is being curbed by a lack government support for charging infrastructure, as well as high production and purchase costs.
The UK’s insurance giants are proposing regulatory tweaks which could help unlock billions of pounds of investment into clean energy projects.
Delivery giant DPD has signed a deal to open a third all-electric micro depot in London in a bid to accelerate electric deliveries in the capital.
The government intends for offshore wind to provide more than 30% of Britain’s electricity by 2030 as part of a new sector deal for the technology.
German battery storage firm sonnen is expecting to benefit from synergies from more companies within Shell’s New Energies unit as the energy transition accelerates.
The Energy Networks Association’s (ENA) Open Networks project has published its blueprint for a future Internet of Energy in the UK, seeking out the most desirable ‘Future World’ of electricity distribution and transmission.
The first installations of a new control platform for vehicle-to-grid/building (V2G/V2B) systems and distribution networks have been completed.
Honda has become the latest automotive giant to announce a move into Europe’s energy sector, partnering with two solutions providers to bring an energy management service to the table.