Steven talked about the need for action to reduce CO2 and inner-city air pollution by replacing diesel bus fleets for electric zero emissions buses.
Zenobē was recognised particularly for Infracapital’s £150m investment in the business, supported by PwC.
The letter discusses the UK Government's Net Zero Strategy and the National Bus Strategy in particular.
The article discusses the need for grid-scale battery storage to make this pledge a reality.
Here, he explains the flexibility that battery storage provides to the electricity network.
The rise in UK gas prices led to widespread discussion about the role of renewables in the energy system and problems with their intermittency.
The partnership will see the implementation of three fully electric bus depots, servicing Dundee and the wider Glasgow areas of Inchinnan and Johnstone.
The funding will be used to support Zenobē’s growing battery portfolio, such as the 100MW Capenhurst Project as well as facilitating the company’s growth and new projects.
From Zenobē’s transport and power solutions, to the challenges of greening the transport sector and much more.
In the year that Scotland hosts COP26, the project will be its first transmission-connected battery directly easing grid constraints, helping to stabilise the system and greater renewable adoption.
The project will see the installation of one of Scotland’s largest battery storage projects.
Zenobē is proud to be the Official Energy Storage Supplier for the first season of Extreme E.
The project will see the electrification of three bus depots in time for the COP26 climate conference.
The project will be the world's first battery to absorb reactive power directly from the grid, helping stabilise the system and enable further adoption of renewable power sources.
Zenobē will provide a second-life battery to help power Extreme E’s team garages and broadcast infrastructure, in support of the series’ net-zero target.
Zenobē Energy secures £150m investment from Infracapital to support the company’s rapid expansion.
Zenobē Energy was featured in an article in the Financial Times detailing the £150m investment from Infracapital of M&G Investments to support the company’s continuing expansion.
For Clean Air Day 2020, Zenobē Energy proudly reaffirms our commitment to sustainability and the right of every individual to breath clean air.
The Mayor of London’s Energy Efficiency Fund (‘MEEF‘), has provided a loan to Zenobē Energy to install a charging infrastructure solution at a bus depot operated by Abellio London, in Walworth.
Zenobe Energy, Open Energi and Erova Energy, launch UK’s first fully automated energy optimisation and trading system at energy storage site
First double decker electric bus fleet launched by National Express and Zenobē Energy in Birmingham
Zenobe Energy has secured a £20m loan from NatWest to finance enough batteries to power about 100 electric buses owned by private transport firms and councils around the UK - The Guardian
EDF and Zenobē announce battery trading deal.
Milestone for Abellio and Zenobē Energy as its first electric buses in London enter service
Giant rechargeable batteries have been installed in a Preston treatment works to help power the plant with its own homegrown solar energy.
Zenobē secures up to £20 million of contracted receivables funding from NatWest to support the company’s growth plans in the Electric Vehicle (‘EV’) sector
In a energy industry first, Zenobē Energy has been awarded a long-term reactive power contract by National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO).
Zenobē Energy’s Steven Meersman writes in an op-ed for LocalGov that transitioning to net-zero must continue to be a priority despite Covid-19.
Zenobē batteries are to be used for reactive power services for the UK grid as part of a ‘world-first’ project to create a new reactive power market for distributed energy resources (DERs).
Zenobē Energy, the leading UK owner and operator of battery storage, today announces its partnership with United Utilities, the UK’s largest listed water company
Zenobē Energy, one of the UK’s largest independent owners and operators of battery storage, has secured a non-recourse £25m debt facility from Santander Corporate & Commercial.
Zenobē Energy’s dynamic business model was mentioned in the Financial Times article published on 8 November 2019: “Number 214 to Highgate leads the UK’s Electric Bus Charge”.
Zenobē Energy, a leading UK owner and operator of battery storage, announces its collaboration with Abellio in London.
Zenobē Energy featured on BBC Wales online and BBC Wales’ evening news programme, to talk about our partnership with Newport Transport and Yutong.
The first operator to receive an investment from our £120 million funding scheme is Newport Transport, who are using the investment to purchase 15 Yutong E12 electric single-decker buses.
Zenobē launches up to £120 million of funding to accelerate the rollout of commercial electric vehicle fleets
We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for the ‘Transport Project of the Year’ at the prestigious BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2019.
An energy start-up backed by the former boss of National Grid has secured a £25 million investment from Japanese power giants to support the installation of big batteries for charging electric buses.
Battery storage firm Zenobē lands £25 million investment from Japanese power majors
UK energy storage operator Zenobe has secured £25m from Japanese energy giants Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and Jera.
Stagecoach to introduce Zenobē battery powered ‘electric’ buses on the Guildford Park & Ride.
UK transmission network operator National Grid used a new web-based platform by Zto dispatch ancillary services using battery storage
Zenobē Energy, formally Battery EnergyStorage Solutions (BESS), an independent system solutions and flexibility services provider, has taken in nearly £80 million in outside investment since November.