The June edition of Energy Digital is live!

By Sophie Chapman
Welcome to the June issue of Energy Digital magazine. This month...

Welcome to the June issue of Energy Digital magazine.

This month we are focussing on all forms of sustainability, whether that’s ‘going green’ or ensuring a big firm can carry on its legacy.

Dean Laurent, purchasing manager at Arcadia, talks about how the European retail giant has benefitted from more cost-efficient energy to its stores in a deal with energy provider Gazprom.

We’re also looking at digital disruption in the energy industry and some upcoming trends to keep an eye out for in the space.

Turning to transport, we update you on the latest smart vehicles running on hydrogen power as well as Volvo’s first ever electric truck. Could traditional fuel be on the way out in a more sustainable age?

We’ve also taken a look at the top 10 green utility companies to watch as they continue to grow. Want to keep up to date on the latest must-see events in the industry over the coming months? Check out our ‘events’ section to find out all you need to know.

We are also proud to have spoken to oil company Shell about its move from forecasting to demand-driven planning in its supply chain and how this will improve efficiency for the business.

Enjoy this month’s issue of Energy Digital, and if you have any feedback or stories to share, head over to Twitter @EnergyDigital


Featured Articles

Energy cyber threats: what are the motives for disruption?

With energy in the spotlight, cyber threats are increasing and the risks of disruption to these networks is one that could impact economies globally

NEOM’s green hydrogen energy business sees financial close

As part of Oxagon project—an urban city reimagine—NEOM Green Hydrogen Company (NGHC) successfully closed investments to drive renewable energy innovation

Octopus Energy’s Electroverse launches business EV charging

Creating a one-stop solution for customers and electric vehicle drivers to pay for and manage their EV charging at home and in public locations

Wood Plc and SGN accelerate their UK plans to adopt hydrogen

Renewable Energy

Delayed grid connections slow energy decarbonisation efforts

Renewable Energy

Bramble Energy gains new partners in hydrogen fuel-cell

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