Keeping lockdown routines could cut Britain’s long-term carbon footprint
Changes to our daily household routines could have a long-term positive impact on our carbon footprint – as data from EDF reveals households continuing to take care of chores throughout the day could reduce the need for fossil-fuelled generation at peak times once industries power up again.
EDF launches Covid-19 volunteering for independent pharmacies
EDF is continuing its efforts to support local communities during the Covid-19 pandemic; partnering with the UK’s largest pharmacy support network, Avicenna, to deliver essential prescription medicines to those in need.
Pod Point secures finance to support EV charging points roll-out
Triodos Bank UK has provided its first finance to support the development of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure with a loan to Pod Point, one of the UK's largest providers of electric vehicle charging.
Today it was announced that EDF will be acquiring iSupplyEnergy's customer contracts. We look forward to welcoming these customers to EDF, and are working closely with iSupplyEnergy to ensure a smooth transition.
Royal Mail Group awards EDF contract to provide EV infrastructure
Royal Mail Group Ltd. (RMG), the owner of one of Europe’s largest fleets, has signed a deal with EDF in the UK, the UK’s leading low carbon energy producer, to deliver electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure.