All articles by Florence Jones

Florence Jones

Florence is a staff writer across energy titles and a graduate of MLitt Global Social and Political Thought.

Survey: German companies fear energy transition will have a negative impact

Results indicate the lowest levels of confidence in a decade.

Building to start on “world’s largest” battery storage plant in UK

The battery storage plant will be joined by a green hydrogen project, pipeline and a cryogenic energy storage system.

From a fringe technology to the mainstream: Optimising supply chains for the electric vehicle era 

As EV adoption reaches a tipping point between a fringe technology and the mainstream, Florence Jones speaks with EY Global Energy & Resources Leader Serge Colle about the global battery supply chain and EV charging challenges.

EY: US and Germany the most attractive countries for renewable investment 

Germany has reached second position for the first time in more than a decade.

IEA advises Oman on becoming a low-carbon hydrogen producer  

The IEA predicts that Oman could become the sixth-largest exporter of hydrogen globally by 2030.

IEA: solar investment will exceed oil investment for the first time in 2023 

Investment in clean technologies is projected to exceed investment in fossil fuels over the course of 2023.

Former coal-fired power plant hosts new battery project

SSE Renewables is the latest example of an energy company looking to redevelop coal plants and mines into net-zero projects.

EV batteries drive Chinese investment abroad

The past year saw increased greenfield investment in Europe from China as the global battery industry grows.

Report: 47% of business leaders attribute increased fossil fuel consumption to the war in Ukraine

Almost half of business leaders across Europe and the US believe the Ukraine War will delay net zero, according to a survey by BayWa r.e..

UK House of Lords proposes national ban on opening coal mines

The UK parliament’s House of Lords has called for a ban on the opening and licensing of new coal mines, despite the government’s recent decision to open a new coal mine.