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Wednesday, July 10, 2019
SWITCH TO ELECTRIC STAYCATIONS
This summer, EDF Energy is giving motorists the opportunity to enjoy a week-long British staycation, complete with an electric vehicle, to three destinations around the UK where the only cost will be the electric charge for the car.
Brits could save more than £41,000 on fuel in a lifetime by switching to an electric vehicle
The average British motorist will spend over a staggering £56,000 on petrol in a lifetime, according to new figures. With the average lifetime cost of charging an electric vehicle coming in at just over £15,000, savvy Brits could save over £41,000 on fuel by going electric in the near future.
Anesco chooses EDF Energy & Upside for battery and solar farm trading deal
EDF Energy – in partnership with technology partner Upside Energy – has signed a deal with Anesco, the UK’s leading energy storage provider, to optimise a combined 16MW of solar and battery assets at the Clayhill solar farm.
Routine is the secret to continued independence in later life
An overwhelming majority of 70+ year olds want to maintain their independence in later life, and key to achieving this is sticking to a routine, according to new online research from EDF Energy and tech start-up Howz.
EDF Energy teams up with Howz on smart technology for carers
EDF Energy and tech start-up Howz are launching a new home monitoring system that uses energy data and connected home technology to empower the elderly, or those with additional needs, to live independently for longer.
EDF Energy launches competitive home battery system for solar PV
EDF Energy, through a new partnership with Powervault, is offering solar PV owners the chance to earn more from their systems by purchasing one of the most advanced and cost effective home battery systems on the market, at a heavily discounted price..
EDF Energy wins two key public sector contracts in Scotland and the North East of England
EDF Energy will supply electricity to public sector bodies in Scotland and the North East of England after being awarded two separate electricity supply contracts by Scottish Procurement and NEPO (North East Procurement Organisation).