For any new technology being rolled out across society, the question of how to ensure no one is left behind must be answered. Alice Grundy explores how on-street charging is supporting those in less affluent areas to get on board with the transition.
Following the Carbon Trust's recent report, Current± caught up with the non-profit's director Andrew Lever to discuss the benefits of flexibility for the country as a whole.
Connected Kerb is to install 40 electric vehicle (EV) chargers in the first phase of a new scheme in partnership with Kent County Council.
Western Power Distribution is to explore the benefits of collaboration between local authorities and network companies through its new Energy Planning Integrated with Councils (EPIC) project.
Mer has announced its launch into the UK’s electric vehicle (EV) charging market, targeting underserved areas of the country.
Funding for the On-Street Residential Chargepoint Scheme (ORCS) will continue into 2021/22, as local authorities are urged to take advantage of a new £20 million funding boost.
Independent energy consultant Stephen Cirell offers his suggestions for the role of local authorities in the energy transition in 2021, for the thirteenth installment of Current± Predicts.
Southern and Scottish Electricity Networks (SSEN) has published research on the projected uptake of low carbon technologies (LCTs).
A smart energy project led by Smarter Grid Solutions and involving O2 and Siemens as gone live.