Speaking at Everything EV 2019, National Grid's electric vehicle project director Graeme Cooper discusses the barriers to EV adoption and how the sector can overcome them.
Liam Stoker speaks to Centrica Innovations Labs director Sam Salisbury about what’s driving the energy giant’s start-up push, how it identifies investment opportunities and where the future lies.
London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) came into effect yesterday in a bid to reduce the capital’s emissions and improve air quality, but infrastructure upgrades are still required for the transition to take hold.
Last week’s Everything EV conference in central London bought together representatives from across the e-mobility ecosystem to discuss the sector’s direction of travel. The Current± editorial team was on hand to report from the event, and here are the five key takeaways from Everything EV 2019.
Centrica has joined the Smart Mobility Living Lab (SMLL), a three-year electric vehicle research project, as it prepares for an imminent “tipping point” for EV adoption.
Security and predictability over revenue remains the most challenging aspect of securing investment for EV infrastructure, but the prospect of a government grab to replace fuel duty could change that in the future.
GRIDSERVE has unveiled plans to install a UK-wide network of ‘Electric Forecourts’, delivering ultra-fast EV charging for the public.
Shell Energy said its decision to rebrand was a “line in the sand” as it pledged to kick-start a consumer-facing revolution in the supply market.
Supermarket chain Morrisons is to install rapid EV chargers at its sites nationwide after partnering with EV charging provider ChargePoint Services (CPS).