Dr. Matthew Lipson
TESS 2019: Digitalisation can help businesses deliver higher quality at a lower cost

Energy Systems Catapult’s Consumer Insight Business Leader Dr. Matthew Lipson will be discussing this issue at TESS 2019

Addison Lee/Audi
Addison Lee and Audi open the door for electric taxi service

The taxi firm is to incorporate five Audi e-tron models into its fleet to test the viability of a fully-electric service

EV charging
Octopus Energy teams up with car consortium on EV charging network

The supplier will provide the IONITY EV rapid-charging network with renewable electricity

Global goals
Ensuring energy access for all by 2030 ‘needs more sustained efforts’

A new report suggests despite more people having access to electricity than ever before, the world is falling short of meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

Gas hob
SSE’s pre-tax profits drop 38% to £725m

The Big Six energy giant said the results “clearly fell well short” of what it hoped to achieve at the start of the year

Notre Dame
Could the Notre Dame be reborn as an energy-positive eco-cathedral?

Paris-based Vincent Callebaut Architectures says that is exactly how it should be rebuilt

London
Sadiq Khan declines to provide additional climate funding for London

The London Climate Change Partnership says it receives only £62,000 a year, which it claims includes funding for only one member of staff

Fortnite
Could Fortnite be the reason behind a collective £85.8m bill?

New research suggests the energy impact of children playing video games adds up to a staggering amount across the UK each year

Gravity storage
Concrete giant CEMEX invests in gravity storage tech

CEMEX’s venture capital arm has invested an undisclosed sum in Energy Vault, which uses concrete block towers to store renewable power

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SEAT plans to double down on waste reduction by 2025

The car giant aims to slash the amount of waste it produces by 60% over the next six years