Utilities, automakers and big oil companies will drive the deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, according to a new report by EY, which warns that despite market uncertainty, investment needs to be made or “it’s highly likely they’ll be late to the party”.
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EDF has set out plans to become Europe’s leading e-mobility energy company within four years, pledging to become the biggest charging network operator and lead on smart charging technologies.
EDF Energy has completed a 2MW trade of a Capacity Market obligation (CMO) with UK Power Reserve (UKPR) utilising a digital trading platform underpinned by blockchain technology.
An NHS Trust has awarded six companies a place on a new energy storage framework to provide public sector bodies with a model for implementing behind-the-meter (BTM) projects.
Brexit will put technological investment, Ireland’s single electricity market and Europe's low carbon transition itself at risk according to a group of heavyweight investors, trade associations and private businesses.
EDF Renewables has sold a minority stake in a portfolio of 24 of its UK wind farms for £701 million to pursue more renewable development.
EDF has completed one of the UK’s largest battery storage projects, bringing online the 49MW West Burton B project to provide Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) services to National Grid.
EDF Energy has agreed to pay out £350,000 to a consumer fund to avoid enforcement action by Ofgem after the supplier failed to meet its smart meter targets in 2017.
British solar developer Lightsource BP has acquired Irish Internet of Things specialist Ubiworx in a deal which the company said would allow it to take advantage of a “reinvention” in energy.