Pivot Power’s Energy Superhub rollout – combining battery energy storage and electric vehicle (EV) charging – is moving ahead with plans in place for two sites in the West Midlands.
Oxford is to be home to 38 fast and ultra-rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers as part of a project aiming to provide a global blueprint for cities across the world.
Wärtsilä Energy's vice president for Africa & Europe Björn Ullbro takes a look at the lessons learnt from COVID-19 by the storage sector, and what more can be done in the coming year.
In the seventh installment of Current± Predicts, Pivot Power's Matt Allen and Aceleron's Carlton Cummins discuss how the envision the energy transition in 2021.
EDF has announced £50 billion of investment in low carbon electricity to support the UK’s net zero transition.
Pivot Power and Invinity Energy Systems have signed the first rental contract in the UK for grid-scale vanadium flow batteries, to support the Oxford Energy Superhub.
The British government has relaxed planning legislation, in a move that could triple the number of batteries serving the grid.
EDF is set to optimise 49.9MW of battery storage owned by Pivot Power in a bid to enable greater flexibility.
The first electric vehicles (EV) for the Oxford Energy Superhub have arrived, marking an important milestone for the "pioneering" project.