London Power, a new renewable-only energy supplier, has been officially launched in the nation’s capital.
National Grid’s project to rewire London is set to move onto phase two, unveiling a contract with Hochtief-Murphy Joint Venture.
Last week’s Everything EV Live conference in London saw representatives from across the e-mobility sector come together to discuss the most pressing opportunities, challenges and stage of change in the market, with a focus on the country’s capital city. The Current± editorial team was on hand to report from the event, and here are the five key takeaways from Everything EV Live 2019.
The Department for Transport has revealed new statistics showing the local authorities that are the slowest adopters of electric vehicle charging.
All-electric last-mile delivery company Gnewt has become the latest to join Cisco’s E-Flex vehicle-to-grid (V2G) demonstrator project.
BP Chargemaster is laying claim to the first 150kW ultra-rapid charging hub in London as its nationwide roll-out continues.
A local energy market (LEM) in Brixton is to provide UK Power Networks (UKPN) with flexibility services through residential solar and storage.
A new contender is set to enter the UK retail market as the Mayor of London , Sadiq Khan, and Octopus Energy revealed the launch of London Power.
UK battery storage firm Zenobe is to support the launch of 34 electric buses in London as part of its £120 million EV fund.