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UK: University breakthrough in second-life use for Nissan EV batteries

The ability to reuse high numbers of Electric Vehicle Lithium Ion batteries for domestic and industrial use is becoming a reality for Nissan thanks to a new grading system developed by researchers at WMG, University of Warwick.
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UK government doubles funding for residential EV charging

The UK's Transport Secretary has announced the doubling of funding to £10 million for the installation of charge points on residential streets.
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BP announces global CFO’s retirement and a new incumbent

The board of BP has announced that Brian Gilvary, BP chief financial officer (CFO), has decided to retire from the company and step down from the BP board on 30 June 2020.
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Africa’s clean energy transition gets £50 million UK funding boost

Green energy supply in Africa is set for a major boost after the UK government announced winners of a £50 million investment package
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The world’s first risk management standard for energy and utilities announced

DEWA and BSI are set to launch the world’s first risk management standard for energy and utilities.
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Enel features in prestigious 2019 ‘A List’ for climate change

Enel has been included in the prestigious ‘A List’ for climate change released by non-profit organisation CDP.
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NES – Enabling the Smart Energy Transition

Smart Energy International spoke to Jon Wells, VP Customer Solutions at NES, as he walked us through the importance of the Smart Energy Transition for both DSOs and the society and what NES is doing to support utilities in this transition.
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Atos: Gaining the digital edge for the new energy world

Franck shares the common challenge utilities face - digitalisation - often considered a threat, yet Atos helps utilities create a set of new opportunities throughout the utility value chain - from IT/OT requirements to ensuring a predictable, flexible, future-capable grid.
Wales clean energy

Wales announces 2025 clean energy target

Ambitious new proposals which would lead to all new homes in Wales being heated and powered only from clean energy sources from 2025, making them more energy-efficient and cheaper to run, have been set out by the Welsh Government.
sonnen

UK’s most advanced Virtual Power Plant announced

Centrica and sonnen have installed a network of 100 domestic batteries to form what they claim to be the UK’s most advanced Virtual Power Plant.

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