When it comes to energy, where you live makes all the difference to how it’s used.

In Europe, for example, more than half of all energy goes into heating homes and buildings, while in Saudi Arabia, nearly two-thirds of energy is used for cooling, according to the latest chapter of the BP Energy Outlook. Wherever you live, one thing is clearer than ever – the world needs a better energy system. One that is more secure, more affordable, and lower carbon.

BP has just opened BP pulse’s fastest, most powerful and largest UK EV charging hub.

Drivers in the Kettering area of Northamptonshire can add up to 100 miles in around 15 minutes.

It’s all part of our commitment to invest £1 billion in the UK’s EV charging infrastructure over 10 years.

Shovels went into the ground on Trinidad & Tobago’s first large-scale solar project. It is expected to eventually power the equivalent of 42,500 homes – that’s enough to power the entire island of Tobago.

Development and construction of the project’s two sites – expected to be fully operational in 2024 and 2025 – is being managed by Lightsource BP on behalf of consortium partners BP Alternative Energy Trinidad and Tobago and Shell Renewables Caribbean.