Strong performance from renewables helped balance other struggles for EDF in 2019, both in the UK and elsewhere.
EDF has confirmed its long-rumored acquisition of electric vehicle (EV) charging company Pod Point, in a move that sees it cement its position in the UK EV space.
Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd (REAL) has launched its latest consumer protection offering, the Electric Vehicle Consumer Code.
Global oil and gas major BP is to “fundamentally re-organise” its business, establishing a new low carbon power unit and doubling down on clean investments in a bid to become net zero by 2050.
The electrification of transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe could cut greenhouse gas emissions of those sectors by 60% between 2020 and 2050, according to a new report.
DNO delays blamed as BP Chargemaster rolls out 'significantly' fewer ultra-fast chargers than planned
BP’s VP of advanced mobility, Roy Willliamson, has blamed the speed of putting DNO infrastructure in place for slowing down the roll-out of ultra-fast chargers, whilst stressing the value of data in a digital economy.
Moixa has teamed up with energy solutions company Alfen to run a trial looking at the impact of smart charging on electric vehicle (EV) owners’ energy bills and carbon emissions.
In order for Glasgow to become net zero by 2030, over £2.3 billion will need to be invested in its energy networks, electric vehicles (EVs) and heat pumps, according to ScottishPower.
Sales of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have continued to soar, exceeding the 100,000 mark in January 2019.