The assets of defunct energy technology company The Faraday Grid are set to be acquired by Third Equation, an entity founded by ex-Faraday Grid chief executive Andrew Scobie, Current± understands.
Shell is to use machine learning for the management of hybrid heat pumps in the UK in a new partnership with PassivSystems.
ENA discusses Open Networks adaptation to build on ‘relentless focus on innovation, delivery and net zero’
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has lauded the “relentless focus on innovation, delivery and net zero” its Open Networks project has, declaring it vital to new emissions reductions targets.
German power giant RWE has set its sights on being carbon neutral by 2040, aided by a slew of investments in renewables and decommissioning of coal plants.
Engineering giant Siemens has announced a major partnership with nearly 100 mayors and council leaders in a bid to realise a pipeline of clean energy projects worth more than £100 billion.
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.
Coal’s contribution to UK electricity generation fell to historic lows in the second quarter of this year, official government statistics have shown.
‘Considerable challenge’ of meeting Labour 2030 net zero target would need ‘rapid’ clean tech ramp-up
The UK could adopt the most ambitious net zero target of any established economy as the Labour Party agrees on a target of 2030, but meeting such a target would be a "considerable challenge" the clean energy sector has warned.
OVO’s ‘Plan Zero’: Eliminate home carbon emissions and fit five million homes with smart energy tech
OVO Energy has committed to eliminating its customer’s household emissions and fit five million homes with flexible, clean energy technologies as part of a wide-ranging carbon-cutting initiative dubbed ‘Plan Zero’.