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  • A new report from a UK government-backed taskforce bringing together key players in the energy, infrastructure and transport sectors suggests that an effectively managed integration of electric vehicles (EVs) with the energy system can significantly improve electricity network efficiency, increase s...

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  • Global primary energy intensity improved by just 1.2% in 2018, the slowest rate since the start of this decade, according to Energy Efficiency 2019, the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s annual report. The rate is lower than the 1.7% efficiency improvement seen in 2017 and marks the third con...

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  • Daniel de Wijze, Energy Analyst, Energy Institute Knowledge Service, looks at five years of the EI’s Energy Barometer survey data to explore energy price trends and key industry price drivers.

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  • Sales of electric buses (EBs) and electric cars (ECs) are set to surge by the late 2020s to 84% and 28% respectively, as falling battery costs and larger-scale manufacturing lead to a decline in internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, according to the Bloomberg Energy Finance (BNEF) 2018 Vehicle ...

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  • The world’s first road to charge electric vehicles (EVs) on the move using technology embedded on its surface has been installed in Sweden. A 2-km electric rail, which has been built into a public road near Stockholm Airport, allows vehicles to charge as they drive. It is the first part of a S...

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  • Following striking media headlines about how much new electricity generating capacity might be needed to support electric vehicles, Nick Storer explains how the truth will be less dramatic – through the use of smart charging and demand management.

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  • Shell has launched a new on-forecourt electric vehicle (EV) rapid charging service in the UK. ‘Shell Recharge’ is now available at Shell Holloway (London), Shell Whyteleafe (Surrey) and Shell Derby, and will be launched at a further seven locations within Greater London and Reading by the end of the...

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  • India could raise its renewable energy use to meet a quarter of its total final energy demand by 2030, says the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), but investment in renewables needs to more than double to meet this goal. A report from IRENA, Renewable energy prospects for ...

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  • Nissan has unveiled the latest model of its Nissan Leaf – reportedly the world’s most advanced mass-market electric vehicle (EV) and icon of the company’s ‘Intelligent Mobility’ vision. All electric, the new model is the company’s first car in Europe to embrace the early steps of advanced driver ass...

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