German energy firm innogy has been forced to slash its earnings forecast for 2019, with its UK-facing npower business of increasing concern.
Karl Anders, CEO of innogy eMobility UK, speaks to Current± about the need for detailed market analysis, how data enables smart charging solutions and what is driving EV innovation.
Energy giant Vattenfall has landed a new contract to install electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the UK after landing a tender from Canterbury City Council.
Solar inverter manufacturer SolarEdge has made a major play for the burgeoning e-mobility market, acquiring Italian integrated EV firm SMRE.
Energy tech firm OVO Energy has claimed a world first with the maiden install of a domestic vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charger in a customer’s home.
The government is closing in on its preferred manager or managers for the EV Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund.
The European Network of Cyber Security (ENCS) has partnered with the European Distribution System Operators’ Association for Smart Grids (E.DSO) to launch a set of cyber security requirements for EV charging infrastructure.
Ofgem has handed more than £45 million to the winners of this year’s Network Innovation Competition, helping bring more innovative technologies to the fore.
Shell has launched its first high-powered 350kW electric vehicle chargers in France, despite no vehicle currently on the market being able to take full advantage of the charging speed.