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Delivering a new energy strategy for Asia: Interview with Narsingh Chaudhary of Black & Veatch


Narsingh Chaudhary is the new Executive Vice-President of the Asia Power business of Black & Veatch – and he couldn’t have chosen a more exciting and critical time to join the global engineering and construction company.

Shell to install ultrafast EV chargers in the Netherlands in emobility push


Global infrastructure services firm AECOM said that Shell Retail has hired it to deliver ultrafast electrical vehicle chargers across The Netherlands.

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Engenie vows to double Britain’s EV fast-charge points with £35m funding


The operator of a rapid-charge EV network in the UK has pledged to double the current number of fast-charge points in Britain by 2024 after it secured £35m investment from a European infrastructure fund.

POWERGEN India 2020 to support energy transition in India


Clarion Energy & iTEN Media announce the launch of POWERGEN India 2020 co-located with Indian Utility Week & DISTRIBUTECH India

UK invests £37m into EV charging infrastructure


The UK government has today unveiled almost £40m of investment into electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Grid operators set roadmap for Britain’s smart energy transition


The UK’s electricity grid operators have unveiled a roadmap for a smart grid that they say will help deliver the flexibility needed to decarbonize the country’s energy system.

ENGIE strengthens EV interests with ChargePoint acquisition


French utility ENGIE has acquired ChargePoint Services, an electric vehicle public charging network provider in the UK.

Industry opinion: Reducing negative impacts of urbanisation through emerging technologies


How digitalisation and decentralisation can work in tandem to unleash significant benefits for the smart cities of the future

Battery firm Moixa woos investors to bag $11m


Global investors led by Japanese multinational Honda have invested £8.6m ($11m) in UK smart battery company Moixa.

ABB unveils its first CO2 neutral factory in the world


ABB has unveiled its first CO2-neutral and energy self-sufficient factory in the world.

Siemens to spin off gas and power business


Global energy powerhouse Siemens is to undergo a fundamental transformation by spinning off its gas and power divisions into a new entity which will also comprise its stake in windpower firm Siemens Gamesa.

Climate experts tell UK to set zero carbon target for 2050


Developing carbon capture and storage technology and low-carbon hydrogen is “a necessity not an option” for the UK to achieve a net zero carbon economy by 2050.

Utilities may have $2 trillion potential market with EVs


Only time will tell, but it may be that in the future only car buffs or techno-Luddites will still actively own internal-combustion-engine automobiles.

EV charging network to combine solar and storage


Sustainable energy company Gridserve is to build a more than 100 electric vehicle charging forecourts across the UK which will be powered by solar farms and have onsite energy storage.

SK Innovation starts work on first EV battery plant in US


South Korea-based energy firm SK Innovation kicked off construction this week on the company’s new electric vehicle battery factory in Commerce, Georgia.

Electrification and renewables boom across Europe will require huge grid resilience


Grid companies will need to deliver around 90 GW of new transmission lines across Europe by 2040 to cope with a boom in renewables generation and a significant surge in the electrification of transport and heating.

European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe: One unified event for the energy transition


When European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe open their doors in Paris later this year, it will mark the beginning of an end-to-end energy event – the like of which Europe has never seen before.

Why the future of mobility favours the electrified and autonomous


Tony Seba is convincing when he says that the automotive world is getting ready to change big-time.

Call for UK to tackle EV interoperability issues


UK trade group the Renewable Energy Association is calling for greater interoperability between EV charging networks as “an industry priority”, which it claims would deliver a “superior consumer experience”.

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