There could be up to 4.5 million electric vehicles (EVs) and over 700,000 electric heat pumps by 2030 across London, the east and south east.
The government has restated its commitment to heat pumps following the most recent Future Homes Standard consultation.
Across the north of Scotland and central southern England alone, the number of electric vehicles (EV) is likely to increase to over 5 million by 2050.
As the domestic demand side response (DSR) sector grows, it will be essential that consumers are protected.
In part four of our Current± Predicts series, OVO's Kate Weinberg comments on the Green Industrial Revolution and EDF's Stuart Fenner of accelerating the uptake of EVs.
The cost of electricity could cause the rollout of heat pumps to fail, as the technology must be made affordable for consumers.
In the third edition of Current± Predicts, Kaluza's Marzia Zafar runs through her predictions for the upcoming year.
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.
'Exciting milestone' passed for clean heat project combining river source heat pump, solar and storage
A project bringing together a river source heat pump, solar, storage and combined heat and power (CHP) has taken a step forward.