The latest Green Homes Grant statistics to come from the government show that less than a sixth of the initial projected 600,000 homes will receive vouchers.
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has warned that "actions speak louder than words" following the early closure of the Green Homes Grant.
Whilst a mix of government and private funding is required to fuel transport decarbonisation, policymakers should be careful not to over-regulate.
Mandating the Smart Data Communications Company (DCC) as the enduring solution for smart charging is “not the way to go” according to a new Energy UK report.
Roaming and standardised payments are still falling behind public expectations, with the Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England calling on the government to mandate change.
The Energy Systems Catapult has proposed a variety of new electricity market reforms as it warns that the current government-directed system risks stifling new smart technologies.
The Green Homes Grant voucher scheme is to close early on 31 March following repeated delays and administrative issues.
Shadow energy secretary Ed Miliband has called for an “electric vehicle revolution” in every part of the country in an effort to boost jobs and support decarbonisation.
The government has announced £20 million for electric vehicle (EV) innovation and £92 million for technologies such as energy storage and floating wind.