Strong performance from renewables helped balance other struggles for EDF in 2019, both in the UK and elsewhere.
EDF has confirmed its long-rumored acquisition of electric vehicle (EV) charging company Pod Point, in a move that sees it cement its position in the UK EV space.
EDF Renewables has made its first step into the Irish market after acquiring a 50% share of the Codling offshore wind project.
EDF has signed a deal with Royal Mail for the provision of electric vehicle chargers as the latter continues electrification commitments.
EDF has been chosen by ubitricity to power its UK-wide electric vehicle charging network with 100% renewable power.
Pivot Power has said it wants to work with the EV charging sector and deliver it scalable power infrastructure following its acquisition by EDF.
EDF is to acquire battery storage and EV charging infrastructure firm Pivot Power in a bid to bolster its position in both markets.
EDF is said to be in talks to acquire EV charging provider Pod Point, in a move that would significantly expand its presence in the EV charging market.
The UK needs to act fast to deliver net zero but “neither policy or politics is enabling that to happen”, according to director of UK100 Polly Billington.