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The Competition and Markets Authority has completed its market study into electric vehicle charging in the UK. "We have published the final report of our market study into electric vehicle charging. We have set out a package of recommendations to unlock greater investment, promote competition and build people’s trust in this sector." To view the report, click here.
According to an article from Lexology, the National Grid released its Future Energy Scenarios report this week which outlined 4 potential pathways for the future of energy. In order to reach the 2050 target, changes to the how we, as consumers, embrace smart technology will be pivotal. To read more, click here.
Below is a brief round up of electric vehicle stories that are currently effecting the energy sector.
The Environmental Justice Commission released a new report that sets out a vision for the future of the UK. It brings up some interesting points about how we can address climate change while combating economic and social injustice. The transformation will require people to believe in the policymaking process being the basis for quicker success. Click here to read more.
ESG is proud to sponsor the Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport forum 2021. Our Chief Marketing Officer, Mark Coyle, will be discussing how customers will be effected by the future energy transition. Mark has also written a thought leadership article to support his discussion which can you read on our Smarter Energy Insights Forum Page here.
ESG are pleased to welcome the CCDG’s (Code Change & Development Group) Transition Approach for Market-Wide Half Hourly Settlements. The groups recent consultation covered early adoption of new registration data items, data clean activity timing and mandating the move to CT meters to HH settlement as well as many other areas. As part of our commitment to deliver the future promise of energy, ESG attend a host of sector groups, change programmes and consultations like the CCDG to drive benefits and reduce impacts from mandated change for our customers. Read more from the CCDG here.
According to an article written by Wigan Today, families could be eating meals designed by artificial intelligence and employ robots to do their washing and tidying around their 3D printed homes - in just 15 years.Commissioned by Smart Energy GB, The Future Smart Energy Consumer explore how smart meters are paving the way for future innovations. Read More.
Fascinating experimental technology could produce chemicals for growing bacteria that can be eaten by livestock. Renewable power such as solar energy would be used to capture carbon directly from the air and turn it into a simple compound. If we were to convert 1/10th of the land used to grow protein-rich soya for feeding animals to solar panels, this would yield as much protein as the farms currently produce. Click here to read more.
ESG welcome APPG's recent report that asks the UK government to clarify the ambition and strategy for hydrogen in the UK. The report highlights that a large-scale conversion to hydrogen in the UK has the potential to position the UK as a global leader in hydrogen technology, drastically cut carbon emissions, create and sustain thousands of skilled jobs across all parts of the country and unlock innovation in other production sectors. You can read the full report here
ESG empowers energy leaders globally to create the next stage of customer benefit in delivering the energy transition. Through our collaboration, integration and innovation we make a shared contribution to our sustainable future. Click here to read more.
An article by Showhouse discusses how, Tech expert and founder of Tech Women Today, Cecilia Harvey, has partnered with technology Innovators Rointe to create a visual insight into what a typical smart home could look like in 2071. Click here to view the visuals.
The BBC have released an article discussing how we may have already passed the tipping point where sales of electric vehicles will overwhelm petrol and diesel cars. The article continues to describe how governments are setting targets to ban the sale of 'ICE' vehicles, whilst manufacturers plan to sell only electric cars within the next decade. Chief environment correspondent Justin Rowlatt continues by highlighting how he believes the EV market is about where the interest was around the late 1990s - and did not follow a linear path to world domination, it was explosive and disruptive - and followed an S-curve. You can read more by reading the full article here.
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