Scania's new electric truck

Scania launches 300kWh battery-powered lorry, claims 150 miles on one charge

Scania has launched its first fully electric lorry. It claims the most powerful version, powered by nine batteries with a capacity of 300kWh, can...

Amazon’s first custom electric delivery vehicle

Amazon has revealed its first custom electric delivery vehicle, designed and built in partnership with Rivian. It aims to have 10,000 custom electric delivery vehicles on...

Hydrogen could be a €120billion+ industry in Europe by 2050, with Germany emerging as...

The UK and Europe have set challenging targets for Net Zero emissions by 2050, which involve switching energy consumption across the whole economy to...

Getting the building blocks right: infrastructure priorities for a green recovery

A report by the Green Alliance looks at the UK’s infrastructure needs to get the country on track for net zero and restore nature....

Hive Energy acquires 50% of the Ethical Power Group

Hive Energy has acquired 50% of the sustainable energy generation company Ethical Power Group. The partnership of Hive Energy and Ethical Power will facilitate...

Government introduces green number plates for EVs

EVs sold in the UK will now have a green mark on their plates to help identify them as part of a Government plan...

Increasing the level of coordination in offshore electricity infrastructure

As part of the Offshore transmission network review, Beis and Ofgem has issued a joint response following its open letter in August to developers of...

EV battery that can charge in five minutes unveiled

StoreDot says its new battery that can be charged in five minutes will help overcome range and charging anxiety for drivers and help accelerate...

Mitie Landscapes launches UK’s first zero emission gritting service

Mitie has launched the UK’s first fully electric gritting service, using a trial route in Nottingham, designed to maximise the number of sites it...

North of Scotland needs to have over 5 times the renewable generation if we...

The the north of Scotland, a net exporter of green energy, will have to scale this by 5-6 times if Scotland and the UK...

Gridserve and Ecotricity to upgrade ‘Electric Highway’

Gridserve is to help Ecotricity modernise its ‘Electric Highway’ network of charge points on UK motorways and major roads. Firstly, all existing chargers will be...

Driving uptime and sophisticated energy management with Lithium-ion

The development of high-powered lithium-ion cells and the increasing sophistication of IoT-enabled UPS offering a better return on investment and a more sustainable and resilient...

MG unveils electric roadster concept

MG has released drawings of its Cyberster, an electric two-door roadster concept, ahead of its public debut at the Shanghai Motor Show. The Cyberster -...

Polestar chief says EV revolution could become ‘plaything for speculators’

The EV revolution is in danger of becoming a plaything for speculators and risks losing its focus on helping tackle climate change, according to...

EXCLUSIVE: ”Free up UK community energy co-ops to sell clean power direct to customers”,...

Boris Johnson’s government must free up the UK’s 200-plus voluntary energy co-operatives to sell self-made clean power direct to their communities, a Conservative-led committee...

BP: leaves oil in ground, prepares for £80/t carbon price by 2030

BP today became the first global oil giant to accept hydrocarbon reserves must remain unexploited, if the firm is to survive. It's also preparing...

Swiss-Re backed carbon removal market targets gigaton scale-up

A marketplace matching corporates trying to decarbonise with carbon negative materials producers is bidding to remove gigatons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Early clients...

The John Lewis Partnership on network upgrades, electric vans, and why hydrogen may not...

The John Lewis Partnership is making major investments to eliminate fleet fossil fuels. The Energyst spoke to general manager of fleet, Justin Laney, about...

Electric vehicles: Least regrets for local authorities

Local authority leaders have committed to net zero. Now they have to deliver. No mean feat, but there are some least regrets options, says...

Limejump to trade flex from 46MW subsidy-free wind farm in BM and CM

Shell-owned virtual power plant operator Limejump has landed a deal to trade power from the 46MW Crossdykes wind farm in Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland. The...