London’s famous Black Cabs are to go green after their manufacturer opened a new £300 million facility in Coventry, with the government simultaneously confirming a £64 million pledge for new EV infrastructure.
Clean energy utility Good Energy has said it is to streamline its business in order to pursue new smart energy technologies such as electric vehicles and storage.
Nominations for the Solar Power Portal Awards 2017 are now open, and once again this year we will hand out one of the most prestigious awards of the evening, the outstanding achievement award.
Renewables and distributed generation the ‘new power reality’ for utilities
Toyota to expand UK electric vehicle presence with £240 million investment
The cost of low carbon policies attached to energy bills have had a “limited impact” on the prices paid by business, commercial and industrial customers, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has said.
New research has suggested that a higher proportion of commercial properties than previously thought will fall under the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) regulations due to updated building regulations affecting EPC ratings.
Stephen Cirell looks into how local authorities might be able to break into the energy storage market by aggregating capacity from EV fleets and embracing nascent vehicle-to-grid technology.
Mail company Deutsche Post DHL Group has announced plans to reduce its logistics-related emissions to nothing by 2050 and expand its portfolio of green products and services to help customers achieve their own climate protection targets.
German energy giant E.On has set its sights on being one of the “pacesetters” of the digitalisation of the energy market as it looks to evolve following the spinoff of its nuclear business.
Nothern Ireland’s Department for the Economy (DfE) is to launch an eight month examination of all installations under the botched Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), having launched a tender to procure inspection services.
A multi-million pound EU funded project is set to provide the Isles of Scilly with a new smart energy system, using new software platforms to manage supply and demand through renewables, energy storage and electric vehicles.
European renewables companies have become the latest to question the ambition of the European Commission’s clean energy package, launched last November.
The government’s £11 billion roll-out of smart meters must be judged by the long-term benefits it offers consumers, energy minister Jesse Norman has insisted.
National Grid is reportedly in talks with Google’s machine-learning company DeepMind to see how the British firm’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology can be used to help manage supply and demand and across the energy system.
Germany-headquartered utility innogy has backed a renewed investment in innovation to return it to growth after earnings fell 10% in the year following its IPO.