Public transport, walking and cycling ‘need to become primary forms of travel’

That’s the suggestion from Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, who added all motorcycles, buses, cars and trucks, will have to become zero emission

Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the UK’s power grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University. who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic and its potential effects on energy infrastructure

Around 90% of Scotland’s power demand now provided by renewables

This is an increase of 14% year-on-year across the country, which has set a target of 100% by 2020.

ELCC20 is online – take a look at what’s on…

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced us to postpone the event taking place in Manchester but we are hosting a series of webinars today to supply you with some of the great content on offer

New joint venture to provide circular solution to ‘millions tonnes of e-mobility waste’

Aceleron and Eco Charger have launched a new venture to provide circular-economy-ready batteries

China’s petrol exports witness 32% surge amid covid-19 pandemic

China National Petroleum Corp’s research institute has predicted a 35.7% downfall i for the first financial quarter

Coronavirus delays smart meter rollout as installations suspended

Energy UK has announced the Coronavirus pandemic has prompted its members to halt ‘all non-essential field-based activities’

INEOS to produce one million hand sanitisers per month

The firm, which is infamous for its involvement in controversial fracking processes, says it will supply NHS with free sanitisers for the period of the crisis

Coronavirus ‘poses no threat to the grid’

That’s the suggestion from Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University, who spoke to Energy Live News about the global pandemic

Bulb appointed to take on Gnergy’s customers

Energy regulator Ofgem has selected the challenger firm to cater for consumers signed up to the failed supplier