Our latest blog 'Is a European-wide ban on the sale of fossil-fuel heating appliances imminent?' discusses the shift of energy policy focus from transport to heating. Policy decisions are making a marked impact in the residential heating appliance market and the speed with which a transition could occur is impressively rapid. For more information contact Analyst Jenny Carson or join the discussion and get involved over at our LinkedIn 'Delta-ee Energy Services Innovation Group'. Follow the Delta-ee blog here.
Delta-ee has been announced as a speaker at next year's Climate Change Solutions event. Due to be held on 14th March 2017 at The NEC Birmingham, the event is titled 'Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Into The Mainstream' and will focus on the powering of our homes, workplaces and transport. Information on the event can be found here. For more information regarding Delta-ee's Micro-CHP Research Service please visit our web page and, to keep up to date with our events, follow us on Twitter.
Delta-ee's Principal Analyst Scott Dwyer has spoken at the EC Power 20th Anniversary seminar held on 14th October 2016. Focusing on a 5 year outlook on the mini-CHP market, the presentation included the discussion of energy price and spark spread trends, policy & inventive solutions, and market push & customer pull. To view the slides, click here and for more information on Delta-ee's Micro-CHP Research Service, visit our web page or send us an email.
Principal Analyst Scott Dwyer has spoken at the World of Energy Solutions conference in Stuttgart, Germany. Focusing on the place of the fuel cell within the connected home market, he discusses the main reasons behind connected homes' growing popularity and the future outlook for connected energy devices. The slides are now available to view here and for more information visit the Delta-ee Micro-CHP Service page or email email@example.com.
Delta-ee's Senior Analyst Philippa Hardy has spoken on an Engerati Webinar, 'The Demand Response Masters - EU vs USA Perspectives', available to watch here. This coincides with the launch of the Delta-ee Demand Response Flexibility Study now available to order for January 2017. A detailed analysis of the UK B2B market landscape, customers and global insights and innovations, the study will help subscribers make commercial and strategic decisions. Early bird deals are available so for more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen to the brand new Podcast from the Delta-ee Heat team here. The first in a new series of heat-related Podcasts, Lukas Bergmann and Jennifer Arran from Delta-ee's Heat Pump Research Service discuss the impact of noise regulations on the heat pump market. What is the potential future effect of regulations within the industry? What will the impact be on manufacturers? For more information, read our blog on the subject or to ask any questions about the topics covered contact Lukas Bergmann.