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Tomorrow, National Grid ESO's eagerly anticipated report will unveil a momentous £58 billion long-term decarbonization strategy extending to 2035. Jake Rigg, External Affairs

Electric Green announces a strategic collaboration with Royal Mail and Q Energy to demonstrate the advantages of bi-directional wireless charging for their EV fleet, project code

IEA World Energy Outlook 2023

The World Energy Outlook 2023 provides in-depth analysis and strategic insights into every aspect of the global energy system. Against a backdrop of geopolitical

Much has happened since the publication of the first Net Zero Roadmap by the International Energy Agency (IEA) in May 2021: first,

GWEC Global Wind Report 2023

Foreword The coming years will mark a crucial transition period for the global wind industry. Later this year, wind energy will reach

Alternative, more efficient ways of connecting renewable energy schemes must be fast-tracked to avoid project delays, soaring costs and generation shortages. In

An £11.4 million tech project which promises a ‘revolution’ in energy transmission is operating out of a secret site in a tiny

In a review of sector coverage in the national media, leaked documents show increasing concern over the lack of progress on net

Clean technology company Enertechnos noted that fixing the inefficient power cables in the UK could reduce our reliance on electricity imports. Britain's

Enertechnos is delighted to announce that we have been named one of the winners of the Net Zero Technology Centre’s (NZTC) 2022

From “self-healing” paint to tackle corrosion to a battery which can store energy as “liquified air”, 20 winners have been unveiled as

From “self-healing” paint to tackle corrosion to a battery which can store energy as “liquified air”, 20 winners have been unveiled as

Enertechnos featured in The Financial Times

The Financial Times published an article, featuring Enertechnos, on the UK’s electricity network investment and the quality of its infrastructure. To find

Operators are being questioned on infrastructure quality and the growing costs being passed on to consumers. The Leicester Square box office in

Weekend press round-up: UK’s utilities and regulators are “not fit for purpose”. Meanwhile, the boss of oil giant Shell warns Europe could

Enertechnos featured in The Sunday Times

The Sunday Times published an article, featuring Enertechnos, on how wastage in the electricity network costs each household £100 per year. To

Electrification could cost-efficiently bust the vast majority of greenhouse gases arising from North Sea platforms. According to the winners of a competition

Enertechnos has been granted a new patent on our capacitive transfer cable (CTS) by the European Patent Office. Following news of the

Enertechnos named a PwC Net Zero Future50 Company

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Enertechnos has been selected and included on PwC’s Net Zero Future50 list from

The Evening Standard has published an article discussing the predicted tech trends over 2022 as well as the key companies to keep