The opportunity to hit net zero by 2050 globally is “narrow but still achievable” if renewables grow to dominate the energy sector, while no additional investments into fossil fuels are made.
Network bottlenecks limiting renewable generation are to be eased with the deployment of new technology able to free up 1.5GW of network capacity.
Integrating battery energy storage solutions alongside electric vehicle charging hubs can pose a multitude of benefits to charging operators, while also unlocking benefits for fleet owners.
UK Power Networks (UKPN) has found that over 500 electric vehicle (EV) chargers could be connected around a single electricity substation using state-of-the-art technology over building new cables or substations.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is now offering data on electric vehicle (EV) chargepoint availability within its Power Track app.
Big Six energy company SSE has entered into an agreement to sell its contracting division to the Aurelius Group for £27.5 million.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is celebrating taking another step forward with its interactive roadmap for DSO implementation as it reveals a new update.
EMR Integrated Solutions has been awarded an £11.4 million contract by Northern Powergrid (NPg) to boost its remote network management.
Geospatial software company IQGeo's regional manager Richard Weiss takes a look at the impact of legacy maps on the transition to decentralised grids.