How green are electric cars?
How much electricity is the UK using at the moment
Will there be enough electricity? - National Grid concerned that electric vehicles will require more than the UK can generate.
Customers to ‘bid’ to buy electricity in order to control how much electricity is needed to charge electric vehicles
Australia’s batteries, courtesy of Elon Musk – powering 30,000 homes for one hour
National Grid’s Future Energy Scenarios – different ways the UK could provide its energy in the future
Western Link – connecting west coast of Scotland to Wales for electricity supplies
Nor-Ned and other projects to import electricity
Importing solar energy into Europe from North Africa
Hydrogen refuelling stations across the world
Refuelling hydrogen cars in the UK
Hydrogen from electrolysis
Hydrogen and Oil Companies
ITMpower – a company that electrolyses water
Biggest Hydrogen Electrolysis plant to be built in Germany
Heating with Hydrogen
Converting Leeds to run on hydrogen – H21 Leeds Citygate Project
International Energy Outlook 2016, Chapter 5.
U.S. Energy Information Administration, ‘International Energy Outlook 2016’ (U.S. Department of Energy, 2016), pp. 81-83
India Infoline News Service, 2015: Megawatts to Gigawatts in Renewable Energy production’
European Commission 2030 Climate and Energy Framework
European Network of Transmission System Operators, Ten Year Network Development Plan
S&P Global Platts Petrochemical Index (PGPI)