Podcast: ‘Flexibility and low carbon energy are intrinsically linked’

That’s the suggestion from Ben Wallace, Head of Development for Urban Reserve at AMP Clean Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about how flexibility can help deliver net zero

New animal-free meat tech raises the steaks for low carbon dining

Aleph Farms and the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have created what they claim is the world’s first ribeye steak made using 3D bioprinting technology

Octopus Energy launches net zero research centre to tackle climate threats

It claims the Octopus Centre for Net Zero is the world’s first research organisation of its kind to be focused on the ‘entech’ sector

Statkraft chooses ABB synchronous condensers to help the UK National Grid meet its zero-carbon targets

The project in Liverpool combines ABB synchronous condensers with flywheels to help stabilize the power grid as renewable energy replaces large fossil-fueled rotating power plants

ENGIE partners with Premier Inn for nationwide roll out of high power EV charging points

ENGIE, leading energy and services specialist, has secured a new contract, to deliver 1,000 high power electric vehicle charging points across Premier Inn hotels

Oxfordshire’s preparations for a net zero future supported with innovative new technology

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has now installed over 80 low-voltage monitors throughout Oxfordshire

Heat pumps and EVs ‘could become central to everyday life within a decade’

The electricity firm forecasts that by 2030 there could be over 700,000 electric heat pumps across London, the East and South East, as well as up to 4.5 million EVs

Two-thirds of consumers want greater government intervention to meet net zero targets

Research highlights increased motivation to meet carbon emissions goals, but greater demand on the government and businesses to drive the change

Schneider Electric’s Project with E.ON Wins enerTIC Award for Green and Digital Smart Grid Technology

Its project for E.ON, which sought to achieve a more sustainable energy distribution network without greenhouse gases, has been awarded in the “Smart Grid” category

UK Power Networks named world leader in Smart Grids

Singapore-based SP Group, which produces the annual Smart Grid Index, placed UK Power Networks top of its study of 85 utilities across 37 countries