British Army gets EV boost

New electric vehicle charging infrastructure has been installed by UK Power Networks Services at military sites across the south of England

MOD takes aim at greener future with new roadmap

As part of the UK-wide climate change strategy, the MOD aims to contribute to the UK’s 2050 net zero target by reducing emissions and scaling up the transition to renewable energy

Royal Air Force stations upgraded with EV fleet to reduce CO2 emissions

The EVs will upgrade the fleet of vehicles used for routine defence operations

MOD seeks to build 1.4MW subsidy-free solar plant in Gloucester

It would consist of 5,200 solar panels and generate enough electricity to power around 350 homes

Solar panels defend against high energy costs at MOD site

The Defence College of Logistics, Policing and Administration at Worthy Down has been equipped with a total of 1,625 photovoltaic roof panels

EDF wins government electricity contract

Hospitals, schools and museums across Britain will be powered by EDF Energy after it won the largest ever contract to supply electricity from the government. The French firm, which draws a large amount of its power from nuclear, beat rivals British Gas Business, npower and Scottish Southern and Energy to win the contract from the […]

Tidal energy company hire MoD man

Marine Current Turbines Ltd, a leading tidal stream energy company, has appointed Dr Andrew Tyler as its new Chief Executive Officer. With over 20 years of leading and managing marine science, engineering and technology businesses, Andrew Tyler has significant experience in the offshore oil and gas, commercial maritime, environmental and defence markets. Dr Tyler joins […]