In 2020 and 2021 curtailment was especially high, costing £806 million and wasting enough renewable electricity to power 800 000 homes.
We answer three key strategic questions for coach operators, based on our conversations to date.
With record energy prices occupying news headlines we wanted to hear what this means for our customers and whether anyone can ever relax about energy prices.
For fleet operators looking to eliminate their emissions and escape skyrocketing diesel prices, the technicalities of low-carbon technologies can be confusing. Learn more...
We talk to Temitayo Siwoniku, EV Construction Project Manager in the Delivery Team.
By taking driver efficiency data from one e-bus depot over a 14-month period, we’ve worked out that the difference between an efficient and less efficient driver could be £5k in energy costs per year
This guide is written to help fleet operators understand two of the key considerations when switching to battery electric vehicles: the batteries themselves, and how to manage their performance.
The simplest approach to overcoming the barriers to fleet electrification could be for operators to transition away from ownership entirely and towards an Electric Transport as a Service model.
Rob runs us through the benefits; both environmental and financial, of using batteries in a second life and creating a circular economy.
Fleet decarbonisation faces many barriers, including high capital costs. Rapidly, international stakeholders are developing policies and business models to overcome this barrier - we take a look.
From late night issue diagnosis to smart charging strategies and data analysis, the Operations team provide extended support to fleet operators so they can run routes & maximise use of our services.
For some it may seem like a no-brainer, but for many fleet operators the decision to switch to electric is charged with uncertainty. What are the barriers and how can they be overcome?
2021 was a bumper year for funding announcements and awards for decarbonising bus fleets. But what if you missed out?
To electrify our energy systems, it will be necessary to develop a sustainable life cycle for batteries so that critical minerals can be used as efficiently as possible.
Decarbonising transport shouldn’t mean just ramping up electric car production and installing charge points. It's an opportunity to redesign the transport system, and how we fuel it.
Clean power. Clean transport. Clean air.
Finance is driving the energy transition – but it needs to flow to the organisations with the solutions.
Renewable energy is zero-carbon – but it is also intermittent, meaning it is only generated when the wind blows and the sun shines. This is where batteries come in.