Working ‘smart’ to deliver net zero

The UK faces a huge challenge to deliver Net Zero fast, and utility firms play a critical role in making that transition possible while keeping energy bills down. At UK Power Networks, technology experts are working on a range of ‘smart’ innovations so that more people can connect low carbon technologies like electric vehicle chargers and heat pumps. Peter Lang, senior technology transfer engineer reveals one clever project which will help make sure nobody is left behind in the energy transition. 

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Fully Charged review: Hyundai Grandeur EV

Fully Charged Korea correspondent DK takes a look around Hyundai’s latest one-off concept, the Grandeur EV. Is there a future for retro-futuristic designs like these? Will they ever find their way to production? Check out the video to find out and read Jack Scarlett’s blog below.

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Britishvolt and UKBIC sign battery cell development agreement

Britishvolt has announced a two-year multi-million pound [£] co-development framework with the UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC) to produce its next generation of battery cells – which will provide greater performance and range for electric vehicles (EVs).

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REA welcomes Government backing for gigafactory

The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) has welcomed the Government’s in principle offer of funding for Britishvolt’s gigafactory in Blyth, Northumberland – and has called for others to receive backing.

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Britishvolt’s Gigaplant receives Government backing

Battery cell technology and R&D company Britishvolt has received Government backing to power ahead with plans for a full-scale electric-vehicle (EV) Gigaplant in Northumberland with support coming through its Automotive Transformation Fund, delivered by the Advanced Propulsion Centre.

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