The Department for Transport has revealed new statistics showing the local authorities that are the slowest adopters of electric vehicle charging.
Engie is to deliver a rapid charging network across West Yorkshire; US giant ChargePoint has secured over £187 million is new funding; Siemens and ubitricity complete first new council charger; and Alfa Power unveils lastest EV charger in the UK.
Southwark Council is launching a network of 50 lamppost electric vehicle charge points after partnering with char.gy to deliver installations in two areas of the borough.
Portsmouth City Council has become the latest local authority to take up street light charging as part of its electric vehicle infrastructure plans, which will see around 50 new charge points installed over the next few months.
Islington Council has partnered with Robin Hood Energy to launch London’s first municipal energy provider in more than a century.
Green Hedge, a UK renewable energy developer that has diversified into battery energy storage systems, has had an application for a 40MW project approved by local authorities in Derbyshire.
Our local authority expert Stephen Cirell and APSE Energy’s Phil Brennan take a deep dive on the Merton Rule and its use in furthering the renewables cause.
French utility ENGIE has signed an agreement to acquire the regeneration business of UK housebuilder Keepmoat in a move designed to position itself as a key provider of regeneration services to local authorities and businesses.
The Welsh government has green lit a multi-million-pound energy efficiency project to help local authorities in the country reduce their carbon emissions.