Electric vehicles (EVs) present a £24 billion opportunity for the UK if a number of opportunities are seized by UK organisations.
Vattenfall has continued refocusing its business in the UK, with the sale of its electric vehicle (EV) charging network to Statkraft.
‘Importance of the UK energy sector’ recognised as interconnectors included in Brexit negotiations outline
Trading through interconnectors is set to be included in the upcoming Brexit negotiations between the UK and the European Union, after an energy agreement was included in government plans.
Negative pricing will be a ‘big feature’ in net zero transition as UK sees 15 periods in 2020 so far
Negative power pricing is becoming an increasingly common occurrence on the UK energy networks. Already in 2020, there have been 15 half hour periods where the cost of electricity fell into negative figures, according to Drax Electric Insights.
Coal-fired power generation around the world is on track for a record reduction in 2019, according to new research by Carbon Brief.
The UK has moved up one place in this years Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI) report.
Vattenfall and Honda have signed a letter of intent for a domestic EV charging solution to be rolled out in Europe.
In a UK first, twenty universities have signed an aggregated corporate power purchase agreement (CPPA) that will enable them to source their power from a portfolio of windfarms.
Electric vehicle drivers in the UK are disadvantaged compared to the rest of Europe, according to the MP behind a private members’ bill aiming to standardise charge points and introduce interoperable payment systems.