In the past five years, a large proportion of gas engine sales in Canada have originated in Alberta, where they were deployed within energy-intensive industrial facilities on the oil sands. But has the global oil price collapse affected gas engine investments in this sector? What other Provinces should players target? Similarly, the Australian gas engine market has historically been dominated by coal mine methane projects. But with the collapse in coal prices, coupled with coal mines closing down, what will be the impact on gas engine sales within new projects and the replacement market? What other fuel types show promise? Join our free webinar on Thursday 1st September 2016 for answers to these questions, highlights from our Global Gas Engine Report and more! Click here to register.
In the latest issue of Argus LPG World, Cate Lyon, Analyst in our Micro-CHP Research Service team discusses the current and future market development for novel gas-driven technologies like micro-CHP and gas heat pumps. This follows on from a landmark study undertaken by Delta-ee and the Heating and Hot Water Industry Council (HHIC) which concluded that gas heat pumps and micro-CHP could play a significant role in the decarbonisation of the UK heating sector. Click here to download the article. If you would like to discuss any of the issues raised in the article please contact Cate Lyon.
Dr Philippa Hardy, Senior Analyst in our Demand Response team discusses the challenges faced by National Grid in meeting its 2020 demand-side response target in a recently published article by The Energyst. Click here to read the article in full. Philippa Hardy will also speak on demand response at The DSR Event 2016 taking place on 8th September 2016 in London, and at a forthcoming Engerati webinar titled 'The Demand Response Masters - EU vs USA Perspectives'. Contact Philippa Hardy for more information.
In the latest free webinar from our Connected Home Service Team, we give our view on why and what aspects of the connected home telcos are active in, what we can learn from US telco experience in the connected home, and what kind of business models telcos are using or could use in the European market. The webinar will take place on Tuesday 6th September, and will be structured in the following topics: 1. Background on the state of telco business and their interest in the connected home. 2. US telco experience in the connected home and lessons for Europe. 3. Highlighting most interesting examples of the increasing telco connected home activity in Europe. 4. Case studies of telco connected home business models. 5. What we believe will happen and implications of this to the energy sector. Click here to register.
European telcos are increasingly active in the connected home and energy markets. Click on the map to expand the graphic. How big a threat /opportunity this is for connected home energy players? Delta-ee has recently published a study looking at telco activities, positioning in the market and strategies to help you understand the impacts this will have on the energy industry. This report is available to subscribers of our Connected Home Service. Find out more here.
Delta-ee’s 11th Annual Micro-CHP in Europe Summit was held in Brussels 8th-9th June 2016. The event once again brought together an exclusive group of 50 leading stakeholders from the micro-CHP and fuel cell industries. As well as giving delegates the opportunity to hear from some excellent speakers, it was a unique chance to meet and network with peers, discuss the latest developments, exchange views on important industry issues, and hold discussions on the big questions facing the industry. A highlights paper giving an overview of the presentations made at the 2016 event can be downloaded from this page. Presentations are also available to purchase individually. To find out more please contact Steven Ashurst.