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.
Zenobe Energy is targeting an additional 500MWh of storage and 1,000 electric buses following a £150 million investment from Infrascapital, the infrastructure equity investment arm of M&G.
Zenobē Energy has secured £20 million worth of funding from NatWest in order to help it develop the electric vehicle (EV) side of its business.
SSE Enterprise has delivered six projects for four bus operators, including for Go-Ahead London. In the capital, this equates to 330 electric bus charging points.