UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced £350 million worth of funding to help decarbonise industry, including dedicated funding for green hydrogen.
The government has announced £12 million worth of funding for “ground-breaking research” into zero emissions transport, including electric vehicle (EV) charging.
Over the last two years, research and development (R&D) spending in the utilities sector has fallen by 11% to the lowest level since the credit crunch.
EVBox is targeting the development of new technology, including vehicle-to-grid (V2G) with the opening of a renovated factory.
The Faraday Grid collapsed owing almost £6 million to electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn, as well as hundreds of thousands of pounds to PR agencies, IT vendors, travel agents and software companies.
An EDF Energy-backed community energy trading pilot is to start next month, allowing residents of a Brixton estate to trade solar energy between each other.