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Heat pumps plan may fail due to lack of engineering skills

Heat pumps plan may fail due to lack of engineering skills: The government’s scheme to increase heat pump installations is doomed to fail because of the engineering skills shortage. According to a new study by the consumer website Heating Hub, that suggests over 90% of the UK’s heating system engineers are not trained to correctly…
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EV charging networks boosted by Octopus Energy

EV charging networks boosted by Octopus Energy: Pan-European EV charging network IONITY to its electric juice Network(EJN) in the UK and Europe has been added by Octopus Energy. If EJN users charge at IONITY stations the company has said you will recieve a 5% discount. Ford Motor company, BMW group, Hyundai Motor Group, Volkswagen Group…
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Carbon Dioxide rising again after fall in 2020

Carbon Dioxide rising again after fall in 2020: Carbon Dioxide emissions across the world are on the rise after an unprecedented fall last year. The largest annunal percentage decline since World War II, is stated in the latest report from International Energy Agency (IEA) which estimates global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions fell by 5.8% in…
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Sugar in your fuel tank for UK by 2021

Sugar in your fuel tank for UK by 2021: Soon drivers are going to be ready to fill their fuel tanks with a fresh greener blend of fuel oil at petrol stations as of September within the UK. E10 which is the name of the new fuel, is going to be a mix of petrol…
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2025 sees British Gas fleet go electric

2025 sees British Gas fleet go electric: British Gas is set to have all-electric commercial vehicles by 2025. The company has what is believed to be the third largest commercial vehicle fleet in the country and has committed to bringing forward changing to all electric in the next five years. All vehicles will be on…
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Lidl’s EV charging breakthrough on rollout

Lidl’s EV charging breakthrough: Lidl has reported it attained the 100th rapid electric vehicle (EV) charger breakthrough on its national rollout, succeeding the installation of a 50kW charging point at a shop in Hillington, West London. Ever since the initial installations went live, EV drivers making use of Lidl’s chargepoints have saved over 1.77 million…
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Octopus Energy introduce net zero study centre

Octopus Energy introduce net zero study centre: Octopus Energy has just started a new research centre to encourage  policymakers & businesses that would like to invest in clean technologies & green energy. The alleged Octopus Centre for Net Zero facility, that will be situated in London, will incorporate energy technology data &  economic analysis to…
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Renewables pass fossil fuels as EU main power source

Renewables pass fossil fuels as EU main power source: Renewables passed fossil fuels & was Europe’s main source of electricity for the 1st time in 2020. The nonpartisan climate & energy think tank Ember has written a recent report, that discovers renewable energy sources produced about 38% of the European electricity blend last year, an…
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North South split on installing on-street EV charging

North South split on installing on-street EV charging: Southern councils in England will set up double the number of on-street EV charge points as compared to their northern counterparts. That’s the result of a report by Centrica that says just 9,317 on-street EV chargers are planned to be set up throughout the entire UK by…
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Hitachi Capital UK boosts GRIDSERVE by £10m grant

Hitachi Capital UK boosts GRIDSERVE by £10m grant: Hitachi Capital UK has contributed £10 million in GRIDSERVE Holdings Limited, the parent firm of GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy Ltd, that not long age offered what is believed to be the UK’s first ultra-fast electric forecourt in Essex. The team plan to work as a group to create…
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