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

Iran announces raft of new power and water projects amid coronavirus crisis

They will make up a proportion of 38 new projects, worth £342m, to be developed across 15 provinces in the next three months

A lack of charging infrastructure ‘is deterring motorists from switching to EVs’

Connected Kerb deems public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in the UK unfit for purpose and states a radical overhaul is needed to make ownership accessible to all

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

Webinar: Current and historic drivers of the UK power and gas wholesale markets

This webinar will be brought to you live from 01:00 PM on March 26th.

New York Governor unveils 21 renewable energy projects

The newly-announced green projects are expected to generate a total clean capacity of 1,278MW

EU announces almost €1bn of clean energy infrastructure funding

The EU funding will finance projects that enhance security of energy supply and contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions

Total builds France’s ‘largest battery storage project’ in Dunkirk

The new €15m facility site will support the stability of the French power grid

Ancala wraps up ‘largest wind farm’ acquisition in Cyprus

The wind farm comprises 41 wind turbines and produces around 5% of Cyprus’ entire electricity generation

Good Energy partners with Engenie to speed up EV charging in the UK

The agreement will make it as convenient as possible for businesses, landlords and local authorities to realise the benefits of EVs