The CCC's 2020 progress report highlights the "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity of a low carbon recovery from COVID-19. Here the industry responds to the report's findings.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has called on ministers to seize the opportunity and commit to a low-carbon recovery from COVID-19.
The UK’s automotive sector is to receive £73.5 million in grants to help develop green transport technologies like electric vehicles (EVs) and safeguard jobs.
Zenobē Energy has secured £20 million worth of funding from NatWest in order to help it develop the electric vehicle (EV) side of its business.
The recovery from COVID-19 should help to unlock net zero, according to ScottishPower.
Electric vehicle (EV) chargers are to be installed at ten retail sites owned by real estate group Brookhouse in a new partnership with Engenie.
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology has been “reduced down” to making revenue from energy trading despite having a “range of opportunities” and benefits.
Electric vehicles (EVs) present a £24 billion opportunity for the UK if a number of opportunities are seized by UK organisations.
Energy efficiency, electric vehicles (EVs) and digitalisation should be at the heart of the COVID-19 recovery according to National Grid ESO director Fintan Slye.