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Watch the webinar - Residential heating in the UK today: what do customers really want?

Published on Wednesday, 07 December 2016

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Delta-ee has established its own customer panel of a thousand homeowners to help shed greater light on what customers want and bring deeper understanding to the opportunities for businesses involved in the residential heating market. In this webinar, Scott Dwyer, Steven Ashurst and Valts Grintals from Delta-ee shared some initial highlights of their findings for feedback and to stimulate discussion. Click here to watch the webinar and for more information regarding the customer panel, please contact us via email.

Read the article: How are disruptive business models shaping the European energy storage market?

Published on Thursday, 01 December 2016

energy storage newsDelta-ee's Energy Storage Research Service Manager Julian Jansen has shared a guest blog with Energy Storage News, focusing on the effect of disruptive business models within the energy storage market. To read the article, click here, and for more information regarding energy storage please send us an email

 

Watch the webinar: Cutting through the hype - what are the opportunities with demand disaggregation?

Published on Tuesday, 29 November 2016

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The latest webinar from Delta-ee Customer Data Analytics research on the topic of Electrical Demand Disaggregation is available to view on our YouTube channel now. We looked at the main use cases of this technology, and explored how energy companies can monetise itemised appliance analytics and what type of data is required. We also highlighted case studies of the approach adopted by some of the industry leading analytics suppliers. Click here to view the webinar. If you would like a copy of the presentation slides, email Arthur Jouannic.

Read the blog: What’s the motivation for energy retailers?

Published on Thursday, 24 November 2016

Delta EE Energy Storage ServiceHead of Business Development at Delta-ee, Andy Bradley, has written a blog regarding the motivations for energy retailers. Which is more important: fear or greed? Read the blog to find out. For more information regarding the Delta-ee Energy Storage Research Service, contact Julian Jansen via email or call +44 (0) 131 625 1011.

Delta-ee's Michael Brown speaks at Heat 2016 Conference

Published on Wednesday, 23 November 2016

heat flameMichael Brown, Delta-ee Director, has spoken at this year's Heat 2016 conference in London, engaging in conversation with Martin Crouch, Ofgem. Held at The Grand Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, the event examined what a local, devolved future means for the heat sector. For more information, contact info@delta-ee.com and for up to date information on when and where you can find Delta-ee, follow us on Twitter.

BEIS publish Delta-ee report on Thermal Energy Storage

Published on Monday, 21 November 2016

beis logoBEIS (The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy) has published the latest in its series of evidence gathering heat reports. Delta-ee led the research regarding thermal energy storage (TES) and found it, specifically heat storage in the UK, may have a key role to play in supporting the achievement of the UK's future decarbonisation targets for heat and electricity. To read the report, click here. Should you have any questions regarding the report, contact info@delta-ee.com for more information.

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