The low carbon energy revolution has become an unstoppable juggernaut as acceptance grows that the threat of catastrophic global climate change must be brought under control.
electric vehicles (EVs)
Shell has set out plans to put a rapid charger within a 10-minute journey for 90% of drivers in the UK.
At the opening of COP26 last month, Prince Charles told an audience of global leaders that a vast, military style campaign by the private sector would be the only real prospect we have of beating the clock on climate change.
AMTE Power has secured a £1 million project to ‘power up’ its new generation of lithium-ion cells and manufacture them at scale.
Net Zero. It’s on the minds and mission statements of companies across many industries, oil and gas included.
Oil demand could grow at its fastest rate since the 1970s for the next three years, BofA Global Research has said in a note.
Shell has agreed to buy Ubitricity, which operates the largest electric vehicle public charging network in the UK, expanding its investments in the transition into cleaner fuels.