Nissan and EDF team up to drive smart EV charging

They are offering a new package of both an EV and vehicle-to-grid charging, with the aim of reducing the total cost of ownership for businesses

EDF warns of problems with nuclear reactor components

The energy giant didn’t, however, say if any of the reactors will have to be halted

EDF confirms further delay at Flamanville nuclear plant

Commissioning of the project is not expected before the end of 2022

New Sizewell nuclear plant ‘could see energy bills rise several pounds’

EDF’s Nuclear Development Director, Julia Pyke, outlined how a new financing scheme for the project could save final costs by requiring an upfront payment from consumers

EDF: ‘Hunterston B reactor will only be restarted if safe’

The French energy giant has reassured the public that safety at the facility is its top priority

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EDF signs deal to buy 1.8GW of solar panels

The North American branch of the French energy giant has signed a supply deal with Canadian Solar for projects in the US, Canada, and Mexico

Utilitywise collapse raises consumer confidence questions

That’s the verdict from Pete Fear, Senior Account Manager at EDF Energy, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose at this year’s Energy Live Consultancy Conference

BP and Environmental Defense Fund target methane emissions

They will work on projects that test technologies and emerging strategies to continue to improve methane management

Rolls-Royce inks deal for Hinkley backup power

It is supplying four diesel generator sets to provide power if there are any unplanned outages

Global tech players ‘pose the main threat to utilities’

Richard Hughes from EDF said genuinely innovative competition is ultimately good for the market