Connected Kerb is to install infrastructure to support over 130 electric vehicle (EV) charging points, with an aim of deploying 20 of these immediately.
One of the UK’s largest fleet operators BT Openreach has cemented its commitment to electrification, placing a new order for nearly 300 electric vehicles (EVs) with Vauxhall.
The first of 40 electric vehicle (EV) charging hubs being developed by ScottishPower Energy Networks (SPEN) and the Scottish government has gone live.
E.On and Nissan have installed 20 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) electric vehicle (EV) chargers as part of a new trial into the technology.
Sales of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) are continuing to soar in a year where registrations have increased 174.6% so far.
Greater Manchester could meet net zero by 2038 but only if it acts now as there is “no room for delay or error”.
A number of energy projects have been successful in receiving a share of the UK government's £1.3 billion infrastructure investment fund.
BP has announced plans to increase its renewables capacity to 50GW, as it increases investment tenfold.
As electric vehicle (EV) charging deployment ramps up and speeds continue to increase, energy storage to support this could reach a global installed capacity of 1,900MW by the end of 2029.