‘More action needed on EV charging if UK is to meet net zero targets’

A new report from the CMA suggests action must be ramped up if the banned sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 is to go ahead

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

Half of NHS trusts charged up for a low carbon future

New figures have found that 51% of NHS trusts have installed EV charging infrastructure on their sites

Get paid to charge your motor

Research shows motorists could make £725 annually if V2G smart chargers can respond to grid demands

Drax driving emissions cuts for SES Water with electric vehicles

Drax are making it simple for businesses to make the switch to EVs. With their end-to-end proposition, they’re helping SES Water to reduce their carbon emissions.

Electric Miles helps develop smart grid for system operators and energy suppliers

UK Power Networks has chosen Electric Miles to help deliver its smart grid that will increase the resilience of the network

Scientists develop material that harvests human sweat to power electronic devices

The novel film absorbs moisture from the sweat and working as an electrolyte turns it into energy

EVs and public charging network ‘vital for key workers’ during coronavirus crisis

A survey conducted by Zap-Map and the REA asked more than 3,000 EV users about their usage – 83% of users are still reliant on their EV for essential travel

Tonik Energy uses the cloud to boost EV charging network

Using Fortum’s EV network management system it hopes to streamline charging infrastructure

Majority of UK motorists ‘back smart charging markets’

Recent research states most motorists would be happy to charge their electric vehicles outside of peak times in return for lower bills