The agreement could be announced as early as Friday, the sources said, requesting anonymity ahead of an official announcement. Stem was founded in 2009 and provides an energy storage system which allows users to automatically switch energy usage between battery and grid power, based on an artificial intelligence platform dubbed "Athena." Batteries are used to solve the issue of the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar.
World No.1 Judd Trump admitted he still has plenty of room for improvement, after booking his spot in the UK Championship quarter-finals at the expense of Ricky Walden.
Joe White MBE — a General Partner of Entrepreneur First, a Greylock backed early-stage deep tech fund — is leaving after being appointed as Her Majesty’s Consul-General, San Francisco, and Technology Envoy to the United States in a new, combined and powerful, role for the UK government. One of the key figures from the last two decades of the tech industry in the UK, most recently White has been co-chair of GBx, a curated network of British entrepreneurs; a non-executive director for the UK’s Behavioural Insights Team where he advised on social impact technology products; and a former co-founder of Moonfruit, a website and ecommerce platform hosting 7 million sites, which was acquired by Yell.com in 2012.
Fresh off another rejection in Pennsylvania's courts, Republicans on Thursday again asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state, while the state's lawyers say fatal flaws in the original case mean justices are highly unlikely to grant it. Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly of northwestern Pennsylvania and the other plaintiffs are asking the high court to prevent the state from certifying any contests from the Nov. 3 election, and undo any certifications already made, such as Biden’s victory, while its lawsuit is considered. Biden beat President Donald Trump by more than 80,000 votes in Pennsylvania, a state Trump had won in 2016.
A fifth person was also hurt but their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.
Amex card scheme offers £5 back for £10 spent in small businessesLatest stage of Shop Small incentive run by American Express since 2012 begins on Saturday
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Definition of treasure trove to be recast to protect UK's rare artefactsRecent finds have not met criteria as they are made from bronze, not precious metals
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Bank of England criticised for losing track of £50bn of banknotesCommons public accounts committee condemns Bank for ‘lax attitude’ to money’s whereabouts
The proposals would provide a new legal definition of treasure.
TV star Jean-Christophe Novelli hosted a virtual cook-along with seven-year-old Edith in which they made special festive pancakes.
He said the incident happened when he was 61.
The so-called princess of pop appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show.
The initiative seeks to 'light up' stages and studios across the UK.
Astronomers say they are one step closer to understanding how the moon might have formed out of a giant collision between the early Earth and another massive object 4.5 billion years ago. The moon is thought to have formed in a collision between the early Earth and a huge object, known by scientists as Theia. Scientists at the University of Durham ran supercomputer simulations to send a Mars-sized object crashing into the early Earth. These simulations produced an orbiting body that could potentially evolve into a moon-like object. While the researchers are careful to say this is not definitive proof of the moon’s origin, they add that it could be a promising stage in understanding how the celestial body formed.
Of those spending less, nearly half put it down to the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, comparethemarket.com found.
The BRC-ShopperTrak footfall monitor for November revealed that footfall across UK shopping destinations dived by 65.4%.
Consumer group says it found one hand santisier claiming to have 75% alcohol content but tests showed it only had 10%.
A new advertising campaign will remind consumers to be aware of scammers who swindled an average of £775 from each victim last Christmas.