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UK Power Networks Services wins framework place

UK Power Networks Services has been accepted onto a framework that will deliver projects to renew and upgrade Manchester Metrolink's electrical infrastructure to help support Transport for Greater Manchester's (TfGM's) green transport strategy.

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Embracing change

Andreas Lips, general manager, e-mobility, Shell - talks to Network editor Alec Peachey about how the energy and transport sectors are aligning to accommodate the millions of expected electric vehicles on UK roads.

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NIC challenges government to make infrastructure commitments...

The chair of the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has called on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to use this autumn's Spending Review to commit to a once-in-a-generation transformation of the UK's transport, energy and technology networks.

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Arup report highlights potential of hydrogen

A new report from Arup finds that hydrogen has a potentially significant role to play in decarbonising the whole energy system in the UK.

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EV car share schemes to be rolled out in Scotland

More people across Scotland will be able to use electric vehicles after the Scottish Government committed to a £510,000 investment that will support housing associations procure the services of car clubs.

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Shift to EVs offers opportunity for motoring tax review

Motoring organisations have warned that the advent of increasingly connected, electric and shared road transport presents challenges and opportunities for future Government motoring tax policy.

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Open Networks Project phase 3 consultation launched

Phase 3 of the Energy Networks Association's Open Networks Project has gone out to public consultation.

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When two worlds align

Kevin Toye, advanced solutions manager at Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), talks about the importance of aligning both the energy and transport sectors to allow the industry to keep up with the take-up of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).