As a corporate fleet manager, a procurement officer or an energy manager, you may be strongly convinced that electric vehicles (EVs) are part of your future transport mix. Or perhaps you’re just EV-curious.
In this week’s European energy market podcast we look at the impact of renewables on security of supply, the dependence of fossil fuels remaining due to this, and the impact on energy prices due to both as we transition to a lower carbon economy.
The concept of sustainability has long been relevant to the fleet industry, but the topic has really hit its stride in recent years.
Gas supply challenges look more settled as we approach August, but the challenges faced by renewable power generation and the need to offset fluctuations with on-demand supplies put an upward pressure on electricity supply costs
We all think we want more choice. But is the paradox of choice stopping fleet managers from making the switch to electric vehicles (EVs)?
As the world makes a conscious effort towards a more sustainable way of living, understanding how environmental economics impacts our society becomes more important.
Electrifying your fleet is full of benefits for your company and they don’t need to stop once you’ve swapped internal combustion engines (ICE) for electric vehicles (EVs).
Enpaas, a cutting-edge Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud technology platform announced a new partnership with Constellation, who are one of the largest utilities in North America.
As a growing, award-winning energy consultancy, we are looking for a strong candidate to support our client’s carbon agenda and UK business’ drive towards Net Zero.
As prices make a significant hike, Jason Durden Head of Energy Markets and Risk Management at Alfa explains why and what to expect, particularly since supplies are seemingly comfortable.