Solar Media’s new resource for the energy transition

Solar Media has launched its latest title, Current±, to reflect the change occurring within power markets the world over. Designed to be the leading source of news, insight and opinion as the energy transition accelerates towards cleaner, decentralised power, Current± will cover five key themes: technology, regulation, supply, networks and e-mobility.

Liam Stoker, UK editor at Solar Media, said: “Current is very much borne from the direction of travel within today’s modern power sector. The only uncertain factor of the energy transition is just how quickly it will occur, and we’ve launched Current with the aim of providing the power sector with exactly the kind of detailed and informative news, expert opinion and analytical insight required to ensure the transition is, to copy Theresa May, as frictionless as possible.”

Current± will communicate with its readership on a daily basis, informing subscribers of the most pressing news headlines each morning. A more detailed update will be sent each Wednesday, summarising the week’s biggest stories alongside detailed insight and opinion.

The site also sits alongside two new events launched by Solar Media this year, specifically July’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Summit and the Future Power Networks: UK conference, which is taking place in September.