Target of deploying smart meters to 85% of homes by 2024 ‘is impossible’

Trade body Energy UK has warned the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) suppliers are likely to be hit with large fines ‘as a result of factors outside their control’

First Light Fusion appoints Andreas Lusch as Non-Executive Director

Mr Lusch was previously a member of the Executive Committee of General Electric (GE) Power and Global President and CEO of GE’s Steam Power Business

Five million EVs are already on the world’s roads

A new report highlights this is up from around two million globally in 2018

Sunflower-influenced solar panels ‘could harvest 400% more energy’

Researchers have developed ‘SUNbots’, which feature innovative ‘stems’ able to point solar panels directly towards light sources

Major oil and gas companies ‘are already entering the world of virtual reality’

A new report suggests the technology allows energy firms to fast-track the process of resource discovery, well-planning and employee training

Minesto announces rights issue share sale

The move aims to raise capital to enable Minesto to accelerate the commercialisation of its technology and expand to large-scale operations

Moixa breaks 10k battery milestone in Japan

The firm claims it is now managing the world’s largest single fleet of smart batteries

Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult launches new floating wind centre

The multi-million pound Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence will work to reduce the cost of energy from the technology

Energy-generating bike helmet crashes onto the scene

POC has developed a helmet made from carbon-positive materials and able to convert both artificial and natural light to power

Total Access to Energy Solutions and Aceleron partner on off-grid energy for Kenya

The businesses aim to expand access to renewable power and tackle unsustainable battery waste by repurposing old battery packs