Pivot Power has said it wants to work with the EV charging sector and deliver it scalable power infrastructure following its acquisition by EDF.
EDF is to acquire battery storage and EV charging infrastructure firm Pivot Power in a bid to bolster its position in both markets.
Pivot Power and redT are to collaborate on a grid-scale hybrid battery storage project which claims to be the world’s first to use a combination of lithium-ion and vanadium redox flow technologies.
Arsenal football club’s Emirates Stadium has become home to what could be the first behind the meter battery of its size to be aimed at wholesale energy trading over frequency response.
Pivot Power has received planning approval for its second ~50MW battery project, to be located north of Carlisle, as it continues to progress towards the goal of a 45-site battery network supporting electric vehicle charging hubs.
The search is on for a fund manager to manage the UK’s £400 million electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure investment fund (CIIF) after the Treasury launched a request for proposals via the Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA).
Pivot Power has had the first of its 2GW network of battery storage projects approved by Test Valley Borough Council, paving the way for the company’s first electric vehicle (EV) charging hub powered by energy storage to be just outside Southampton.
Pivot Power’s maiden 50MW battery and electric vehicle charging hub could be set for Southampton after the first planning documents appeared for the company’s proposed 2GW nationwide network.
Pivot Power grabbed headlines last week after revealing it was to deploy 45 large scale batteries on the transmission system alongside rapid electric vehicle chargers. Directors Matt Allen and Michael Clark explain how their model offers something new to UK energy infrastructure.