Shell UK has announced it is to invest £20 to 25 billion in the energy sector over the next decade.
The Labour Party has once again called for a windfall tax on north sea oil and gas producers as Shell releases financial results for “momentous” 2021.
More floating wind projects have been offered option agreements through ScotWind Leasing than fixed, with almost £700 million in option fees to now be passed to the Scottish government.
Shell has replaced existing petrol and diesel pumps at its Fulham fuel station with ultra-fast chargers to open its first electric vehicle (EV) charging hub in the UK.
A new $1.4 billion (£1 billion) fund for Shell Ventures is to be invested in businesses accelerating the energy transition.
Shell has announced a new ambition to install 50,000 ubitricity on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging posts across the UK by the end of 2025.
Sprint Power is developing a series of wireless charging models for a new government-backed trial in Nottingham.
ScottishPower and Shell have teamed up to submit proposals for the world’s first large-scale floating offshore windfarms.
Limejump’s power platform has passed 1.5GW of capacity for the first time since the company was established in 2013.