As electric vehicle (EV) charging deployment ramps up and speeds continue to increase, energy storage to support this could reach a global installed capacity of 1,900MW by the end of 2029.
A cross party group of MPs has called on the government to ‘scale-up’ its efforts to reach net zero, by implementing its ten point action plan.
The European Commission has put out a call for innovative clean technology projects in the first phase of its €10 billion investment programme.
It was another exceptional bank holiday weekend for Britain’s electricity network, with power prices hitting new record lows as carbon intensity dropped to its lowest point ever.
Double charging of battery storage is to end, as Ofgem approves changes to the Connection and Use of System Code (CUSC).
Alfen has seen its revenues climb across all three of its business lines, with electric vehicle (EV) charging recording the biggest increase.
Generation company Uniper is looking to move its computing to the cloud, having bought an enterprise license for FICO Xpress Optimisation.
Aaron Lally, head energy merchant at Kiwi Power talked to Current± about how companies are targeting trading, the dynamics of the battery industry and how COVID-19 is affecting it.
A 100MW UK energy storage site being developed by Penso Power is to see an additional 50MW of capacity.