Gridserve opens new Electric Forecourt in Norwich

GRIDSERVE is opening its latest Electric Forecourt in Norwich today (21 April 2022) with the site set to transform EV charging in the area by more than doubling the number of high-powered chargers available for use.

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Thames Estuary gears up for zero emission operations

A stream of green projects along the Thames Estuary is helping the marine sector mark the shift towards Net Zero. Net Zero Marine Services (NZMS) has secured capital from UK Power Networks’ (UKPN) Green Recovery Fund programme to support its power infrastructure along the Thames.

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Faster progress on EV charging point rollout identified as top priority in NIC Progress Review

The need to accelerate the roll out of electric vehicle charging points to ensure the 2030 date for the end of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars remains viable is outlined as a top priority in the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) Infrastructure Progress Review. 

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Car industry calls for EV regulatory body

The UK automotive industry has today (16 February 2022) called for a new regulatory body to monitor the electric vehicle (EV) market, including charging price levels and affordability,

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Rising above the noise

Transport + Energy hears from Colin Herron CBE, Professor of Practice at Newcastle University and Managing Director of Zero Carbon Futures, who discusses the transition to electric vehicles and how the sector needs to focus on six key areas to get there.  

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Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021: Chancellor spends on transport and infrastructure

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined the Government’s commitment to improve transport and infrastructure in today’s (27th October 2021) Autumn Budget and Spending Review.

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