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Delta-ee advises UK Government on heat pumps in smart grids
Published on Tuesday, 19 August 2014

decc2Delta-ee was appointed by DECC in late 2013 to research heat pumps in smart grids.  The project has been focused on determining the key issues and recommending where further research should be targeted, and forms part of the International Energy Agency’s Heat Pump Programme Annex on heat pumps in smart grids, of which the UK is a member. The first set of reports can be accessed on DECC’s websiteDelta-ee presented the UK research at a DECC workshop on 18th August, and has also developed comparisons to the Dutch, South Korean, and US research which has been undertaken within the IEA Programme. See more about Delta-ee’s services on this topic.

Utility death spiral or utility renewal - Delta-ee guest blogging for COSPP
Published on Tuesday, 12 August 2014

coverMany energy companies around the world are developing strategies to enable them to become major future players in distributed energy deployment.  Some will succeed. Read more about why we expect global markets for distributed energy systems to continue to expand in an article written by Michael Brown, Director of Delta-ee on the Cogeneration and Onsite Power Production (COSPP) website.

Overcoming market barriers to heat pumps - helping heat pump installers
Published on Friday, 08 August 2014

rsz 1heat pumps todayIn a two-part special published in the August issue of Heat Pumps Today, Lindsay Sugden and Steven Ashurst, experts in distributed energy markets, explore the challenges and barriers the heat pump industry needs to overcome to be successful in the UK. The first part focuses on installers and their concerns. The second part explores how the heat pump industry can help their customers more effectively. 

Beyond the gas boiler – the European domestic heat market is changing
Published on Tuesday, 05 August 2014

delta ee roadmap2This article by Stephen Harkin has been published in the August issue of Energy World (subscription required). The article draws on research from the Pathways Tool and Roadmap Service, summarising the shift Delta-ee expects to see in residential scale heating appliance sales out to 2025 across five key European markets (France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands & UK). Download and read the full article here.

Delta-ee presenting at SHFCA 6th Annual Conference
Published on Friday, 25 July 2014

rsz scottish-hydrogen-fuel-cell-associationScott Dwyer, Manager of Delta-ee's Micro-CHP Service will give a presentation at the forthcoming SHFCA 6th Annual Conference - Smarter Energy with Hydrogen & Fuel Cells.The event will take place in Aberdeen (Scotland) from Weds 1st & Thurs 2nd October 2014. Scott's presentation, titled 'Distributed Heat & Power market status' will take place on Thursday 2nd October 2014 as part of the 'Heat & Power' session. Click here to find out more.

One of the most in-depth customer research studies ever conducted on m-CHP in Europe
Published on Thursday, 24 July 2014

fridge 80x130 bOur latest Micro-CHP Service report, “Price Elasticity of Micro-CHP: Determining Market Uptake at Different Price Points”, identifies the costs at which vendors could maximise micro-CHP sales and profitability. We found clear differences between markets, with Germany willing to pay substantially higher prices for micro-CHP than the Netherlands and the UK. To find out more about membership or this report, please contact scott.dwyer@delta-ee.com.


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