Solar power for your next Sun-day drive?

Lightyear has found a manufacturer for its solar EV, which it claims will allow drivers to travel up to 20,000km per year by harnessing the power of the sun

bp buys UK-based Open Energi to optimise renewable energy assets

Open Energi’s platform applies AI to minimise electricity costs by analysing and optimising assets and through reducing energy consumption at peak price periods

Energy Assets’ AI tech gives energy managers an extra set of eyes

I spoke with George Catto, Client Services Director for AMR DNA, about what Energy Assets AMR DNA, powered by kWIQly, machine learning technology is capable of – listen to the full podcast to find out more

Bacteria to help recycle EV batteries?

New research claims bacteria could be the eco-friendly answer to recycling lithium-ion batteries

REA: ‘More government action is needed if the UK is to achieve its net zero aims’

The REA’s new report reveals that although progress in decarbonisation has been made, reduced support schemes and a lack of policy have slowed progress

Is too much choice slowing the electrification revolution?

We all think we want more choice. But is the paradox of choice stopping fleet managers from making the switch to electric vehicles (EVs)?

The power is in our hands!

Lu Yin, Lead Researcher of the team behind a wearable device that can generate electricity even when a person is asleep or sitting still, spoke to ELN about the future of wireless charging technology

Wärtsilä to provide 100MW of energy storage systems for projects in West Midlands

The projects are being developed by Wärtsilä and Pivot Power at sites in Coventry and the outskirts of Birmingham

Derby City Council drives green mobility with new partnership

The partnership aims to explore mobility products to support the local authority’s climate agenda

Shell joins clean hydrogen project in Norway

The project aims to produce hydrogen from natural gas while capturing the emissions