Swedish utilities; utility customer

3 Customer communication trends for utilities in a post-COVID era

The next year looks set to present a number of challenges for utility firms in managing their customer communications.
electric vehicles

Global EV stock to hit 700 million by 2050 – study

A new report released by research firm Wood Mackenzie states that there will be some 700 million electric vehicles (EVs) on the road by 2050.
smart meter rollout

UK smart meter installations hit lowest level since 2016

According to data released by UK IT service management firm Electralink, the country's smart meter installation dropped by 27% in 2020 compared to 2019 as a result of COVID-19.
fossil fuels, SECC

Podcast episode #11: The SECC and the modern energy consumer

Patty Durand, CEO of the SECC answers questions about modern energy consumers following research launched late last year.
balancing mechanism

COVID-19 shifts global energy demand

We look back at what impact 2020 had on the energy sector and what learnings global energy retailers can take with them into 2021.

Deploying microgrids for humanitarian needs

Just south of the US-Mexican border in Texas lies the city of Matamoros, Mexico. Home to over 500,000 Mexican citizens, Matamoros additionally...
wind power

Wind power to dominate energy generation sector post-COVID-19

Wind power will provide the backbone to the electricity sector’s transformation over the coming decade, according to a new report from Rethink Energy.
energy sector

BNEF’s top ten predictions for the energy sector in 2021

Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has released its top ten predictions for the energy sector in 2021.
energy professionals

Global Energy Talent Index reveals industry perspective around COVID-19

A new study released by Airswift says that power professionals remain optimistic for the sector’s prospects in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic

The world commits a record $501.3 billion to decarbonisation in 2020

the world committed a record $501.3 billion to decarbonisation in 2020, beating the previous year by 9% despite the economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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