Vattenfall and Shell-owned NewMotion have penned an EV charging roaming agreement in the UK which will see drivers able to access both companies’ infrastructure.
The growth potential of energy storage has drawn interest from some of the biggest names in energy and beyond. With the trend set to continue, Andy Colthorpe explores how three of the recent targets are faring under new ownership.
Shell has bid to ramp up its interest in energy retail markets with a bid to buy major Australian energy supplier ERM Power.
The oil and gas sector has been put on notice by global bank BNP Paribas, which has warned them in a new report that the “irresistible” economics of combining renewables with EVs is “the death toll for petrol”.
Shell is continuing its investment drive, this time backing US blockchain firm LO3 Energy.
Having dominated the energy supply market since it was privatised in 1990, UK energy retailers have witnessed their market share slide from north of 99% to 75%, and that rate only looks to increase. In the first of a series of long read articles to be published over the summer examining how the energy transition is impacting the supply market, Liam Stoker investigates the role home solar and storage systems are playing.
Shell has claimed a UK first by installing a 150kW ultra-rapid electric vehicle charger on a petrol station forecourt in London.
Engie has acquired UK electric vehicle (EV) public charging provider ChargePoint Services as it strives to expand its EV portfolio.
The energy as a service model could be the way forward for the UK's supply market, but it relies heavily on data from smart meters, Shell's transition manager has said.