Electric vehicles (EVs) present a £24 billion opportunity for the UK if a number of opportunities are seized by UK organisations.
The government has announced £12 million worth of funding for “ground-breaking research” into zero emissions transport, including electric vehicle (EV) charging.
Electric vehicle (EV) emissions are a third of those produced by petrol and diesel vehicles on average, new research has found.
Centrica and sonnen have created the UK’s most advanced virtual power plant (VPP) according to the pair, following the installation of 100 domestic batteries.
UK battery storage firm Zenobe is to support the launch of 34 electric buses in London as part of its £120 million EV fund.
EDF Energy is seeking to build a portfolio of domestic batteries to take into energy services markets by offering discounted energy storage units to consumers via a new partnership with Powervault.
Energy storage, electric vehicles, demand response and interconnectors will be needed to provide the flexibility required for the energy transition to take hold by reducing the need for fossil-fuelled backup.
There has been a substantial drop in the levels of new battery capacity being entered into consideration for the Capacity Market, according to the prequalification results of the next auctions.
RWE has ‘frozen’ it’s planned 100MW battery at the proposed Tilbury Energy Centre amidst concerns that the project’s Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) would not be able to secure Capacity Market contracts.