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Companies should be more strategic in looking at charging options for their own electric vehicle (EV) fleets and identify where charging is most likely to take place, a fleet expert has suggested. Matt Dale, head of fleet consulting at property management company Mitie, was speaking at Utility Week Live, sponsored by Capita.
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With intelligent energy platform Kaluza recently pledging carbon negativity by 2030, the firm reflected on the progress made during EV hook up Project Sciurus, where the firm’s vehicle-to-grid (V2G) plans go next and how the technology can be a key enabler of energy flexibility on the road to net zero.
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Kaluza’s director of sustainability, market development and energy policy, Marzia Zafar, reflects on her 26 years in the utilities sector, the need to rethink the role of energy companies, and innovating quickly in response to market demands.
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CEO and founder of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, Celia Greaves, believes the UK stands before a gaping ‘window of opportunity’ to take a global lead on fuel cells – despite ‘very little’ recent attention.
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The Energy Networks Association profiles some of the key projects underway across the country to accelerate the switch to electric vehicles.
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An Innovate UK trial to reduce clutter for on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging has gone live. The first chargepoints have been installed as part of the Subsurface Technology for Electric Pathways (STEP) project, funded by the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) and delivered by Innovate UK
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A network of EV charging stations is taking shape, but what if this technology is joined by a rival methodology, wireless charge-as-you-drive? Researchers are already laying test strips in roadways, and Western Power Distribution is examining the implications for its networks. UW Innovate spoke to WPD innovation manager Yiango Mavrocostanti.
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Utilities consultancy Reson8 explores how to reduce carbon emissions by 12 per cent from commercial vehicles by making scheduling more efficient. This could cut the fuel needed for journeys to save time, money and carbon.
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