Zenobē Energy's co-founder and director Nicholas Beatty tells Current± about the advantage of the company's new debt structure and its plans for second life battery storage.
Zenobē Energy has established a multi-source debt structure of £241 million to fund capital investment into e-buses and charging infrastructure.
11 rapid electric bus chargers have been installed at First Bus’ Caledonia Depot as part of a partnership with SP Energy Networks.
Zenobe has partnered Supercharge to build a charging system that can simultaneously charge a fleet of 16 electric buses.
First Bus is transforming one of its depots into the UK’s largest EV charging hub with the installation of 162 150kW electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
Zenobe Energy's founder and director James Basden on the challenges of greening the transport sector, and why the firm has chosen a keener focus on inertia than frequency response.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has released its own Ten Point Plan, highlighting the role of networks in supporting offshore wind, electric vehicles (EV) and hydrogen.
Nottinghamshire County Council has partnered with energy storage start-up Cheesecake Energy Ltd (CEL) to pilot EV charging points for a new fleet of electric buses.
Charging infrastructure for 37 new electric buses has been installed at a West London depot by Siemens Smart Infrastructure.