There has never been a better time for innovative, low carbon energy technologies to come to market, the government has claimed.
Global utility group Iberdrola has launched a new start-up challenge programme in a bid to identify new innovations aimed at the energy sector.
Energy regulator Ofgem has pushed ahead with plans to slash the cost of equity for networks under RIIO-2, confirming a methodology which, if applied today, would cut the baseline return on equity to 4.3%.
Addison Lee Group is to pilot the new Audi e-tron as part of its London fleet of taxis.
EDF Energy has issued a challenge looking to encourage innovation in four areas of the energy sector, including EVs and AI.
Innogy CEO Uwe Tigges has stressed the importance of not only moving away from coal but pushing towards a “new energy age.”
Liam Stoker speaks to Centrica Innovations Labs director Sam Salisbury about what’s driving the energy giant’s start-up push, how it identifies investment opportunities and where the future lies.
National Grid’s Electricity System Operator (ESO) unit has placed system stability at the top of its innovation priority list, while issuing a “call to arms” for the energy industry to collaborate further.
Current± talks to Mickey Steiner, managing director at innogy Israel, one of four key destinations for innogy’s Innovation Hub, about the division’s inspiration, the problems big utilities face with innovation and how start-ups are shaping the new energy paradigm.