The first of its kind in the UK, the Greenwich Energy Hero pilot launches this month, helping residents use less electricity, earn rewards and pave the way to a greener energy market.
Centrica and Ford are set to offer new electric vehicle services in the UK and Ireland as the UK’s biggest selling car manufacturer accelerates its electrified vehicle plans in Europe.
KiWi Power’s distributed energy platform chosen from 20 of Europe’s most innovative energy tech companies.
Switch2 Energy is celebrating double success following seven contract wins from the Fife Council Heat Metering & Billing Services Framework, along with news that it has been approved to supply an extended range of heat network services and products.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is working with Piclo in seeking flexibility providers in the Western Isles and Skye to alleviate potential constraints on the electricity network.
Severn Trent is inviting companies to come forward with new ideas that will help to reduce its energy costs in the future. After people, the waste and water company’s biggest expense is energy, which is why it is seeking innovative solutions from other companies, which can make a real difference.
West Yorkshire’s largest electric vehicle rapid-charging network has gone live with the switch-on of the first chargepoint in Bradford.
Reactive Technologies has signed a milestone agreement with National Grid ESO to support the system operator to fulfil its 2025 zero carbon goals by measuring system inertia for the first time. The agreement will see National Grid ESO implement Reactive Technologies’ GridMetrix® inertia measurement and analytics service across the UK, providing a real-time view of the operability of the power grid stability into the control room.
The University of St Andrews has embarked on a £3.75m energy conservation overhaul to reduce its carbon footprint by 950 tonnes a year and save £650,000, a year in operating costs.
ENGIE has secured contracts for a state-of-the-art student accommodation and regeneration scheme with Freemens Common Village LLP, the special purpose vehicle (SPV) established to design, build, fund, manage and operate the project for University of Leicester.