Energy sector personalities shine at ELPA!

A total of 11 awards were given out while cruising down the River Thames

Green energy set to cook millions of Xmas puds

UK Power Networks has connected enough green power for the steaming of the puddings this weekend

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London and Edinburgh to trial self-driving buses and taxis

They will assess technical performance as well as explore how driverless technology can seamlessly integrate into society

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Energy revolution ‘risks creating two-tier economy’

A new report reveals London and Scotland are pulling ahead in adopting technologies like EVs and smart meters while the North of England and East Midlands lag furthest behind

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New electric bus depot revved up in Shepherd’s Bush

It enable 36 new vehicles to charge overnight between 11pm and 6am

Sadiq Khan announces new Low Emission Bus Zones in London

They are expected to be in place by the end of 2019

Centrica joins community energy blockchain trial in London

It is working with Verv to explore different billing methods to ensure customers receive clear and fair energy bills

Angelic Energy turns to 100% green power

The not-for-profit energy supplier, set by up Islington Council, is also offering the Warm Home Discount of £140 to eligible customers

Can you provide low carbon power for London’s Underground?

Transport for London is seeking responses on purchasing low carbon energy directly from local generators with a supply greater than 1MW

‘Huge amount of London’s transport will be green by 2040’

That’s the prediction from Alex Gilbert, Senior Strategy Manager at Transport for London