Budget 2017: Government unveils EV funding bonanza, confirms no new low carbon levies
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has confirmed that UK energy infrastructure has been the target of Russian hackers this year.
Shell has today formally launched its new on-forecourt electric vehicle charging service, dubbed Shell Recharge.
The Renewable Energy Association has called upon the government to develop a strategic electric vehicle charging infrastructure plan as EV uptake is forecast to boom.
The UK government has established a new green finance taskforce in an effort to take full advantage of the “multi-billion pound” investment opportunity created by the low carbon economy.
The now Macquarie-owned Green Investment Bank must continue to support clean energy infrastructure in the UK if the country is to meet its decarbonisation goals, industry stakeholders have warned.
The National Audit Office has rounded on the government’s decision to pursue the £18 billion+ Hinkley Point C project, describing it as “high cost and risky”.
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.
Heathrow airport is to be powered completely by renewable-sourced electricity from next month as the airport aims to become recognised as zero carbon infrastructure.
Trustees to be responsible for ensuring the Green Investment Bank (GIB) remains permanently required to invest exclusively in green infrastructure projects have been nominated as the institution continues to move closer to privatisation.
Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) has raised £135 million to invest in UK-based clean energy projects.