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In part two of his series on the future of environmentally friendlier aviation, Head of Markets Philip Heathcote looks at how sustainable flight may be fuelled in the future.
In the third and final part of the series, Head of Markets Philip Heathcote examines the role of energy infrastructure partners in achieving decarbonisation of the aviation industry.
In this three-part series, Head of Markets Philip Heathcote explores what the aviation industry is doing now and the possible routes to achieving net zero carbon emissions. In the first of the series, Philip examines the shift in public perception of the aviation industry and what major airlines and airports are already doing to make their existing infrastructure more sustainable.
For those who drive or are clued in to the rules of driving in the UK, the Ministry of Transport (MOT) test will not be unfamiliar. Failing to do an MOT can lead to a fine and likely compromise your insurance cover as well.
Seismic changes are taking place in the energy supply industry. Some are obvious, like the EV charging points that are popping up around cities and some perhaps that are less so. More and more, UK Power Networks Services has been working with transportation clients to help them take advantage of new technologies and the energy transition, in particular, the decentralisation of energy networks. Head of Markets, Philip Heathcote examines the fundamental changes in the energy supply industry and the impact they are having upon transport.
9 February 2021: To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, power apprentice Josh Pavey, 20, from Basingstoke, describes his role with UK Power Networks Services, learning the skills that keep power supplies flowing to essential electricity infrastructure.
Under the Prime Minister’s new ten point plan for a green industrial revolution, new petrol and diesel cars will be banned from 2030. In the next decade, there will be major developments paving the way for the transition to electric vehicles.