AA President raises concerns over government’s announcement for self-driving vehicles

That’s the suggestion from AA President Edmund King who spoke to ELN about the pros and cons of the new technology

Look mum no hands! Self-driving cars to hit the UK streets by year-end

The self-driving technology will enable vehicles to reach speeds of up to 37mph on motorways

Mining bitcoin ‘will become a key part of global clean energy future’

Financial services company Square says bitcoin miners can actually complement clean energy production and storage technologies, allowing electricity grids to deploy ‘substantially more renewable energy’

US launches initiative to protect electric system against cyberattacks

A 100-day scheme encourages operators to deploy technologies that detect and mitigate threats to critical infrastructure

RWE awards massive wind turbine contract to Siemens Gamesa for 1.4GW Sofia project

The project will feature what is claimed to be the ‘world’s largest’ wind turbines

‘UK needs 49.5GW of flexibility to become 100% renewable’

Wärtsilä says this is necessary for the UK’s energy systems to be powered by 100% renewable energy

Projects to allow offshore wind and defence radars to coexist secure £3.6m

Studies suggest offshore wind farms can have a negative impact on radar capabilities by interfering with crucial military communications in the UK

Government launches £20m EV innovation competition

Zero-emission emergency vehicles, smart charging infrastructure and EV battery recycling could benefit from the new investment

Fracking has had a ‘negative impact on public perception of climate technologies’

A new study has found that the reputation of emerging technologies in the fight against climate change has been tainted by the criticism of fracking

ENA brings more flexibility to the grid with contract update

A new contract aims to offer more liquidity in local markets and bring energy bills down