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Discussing the hot topics of the low carbon heating industry
Following the success of Delta-ee's European Heat Summit in 2017, which brought together over 70 delegates and speakers for an exclusive event, we're pleased to announce the event will return in 2018 and will take place in Berlin, Germany on 13th and 14th June.
Bringing together both the Gas Heating and Electrification of Heat roundtables on day one, and a full Summit programme on day two, the event will stimulate a breadth and depth of interesting discussion and debate.
The event will also include a dinner in a central Berlin location, providing an excellent networking opportunity.
The event will begin with two concurrent Roundtables, exclusive to Delta-ee subscribers and selected guests. If you are interested in attending either event and are not a subscriber, please contact Kathryn Black to make an enquiry or for further information.
Our research shows the growing importance of electrically-driven heating in the European heating market, especially in countries where decarbonisation of heat and stabilisation of the electricity supply is high on the agenda. The regular addition of new business models to the value chain underlines the high value that this sector can generate for both current and new stakeholders.
This invitation-only roundtable will allow Delta-ee subscribers and selected guests to come together to view highlights from the Electrification of Heat Service, and to explore key topics in the European electrically-driven heating market. We will also hold a workshop to explore methods of increasing installer engagement with electrically-driven heating.
State of the European Electrically-driven Heating Market: Key industry trends and future outlook - discussion led by Delta-ee, with guest presentation from Thomas Nowak, Secretary General, European Heat Pump Association.
Success and challenges in the routes to market: Presentation and discussion let by Delta-ee, with insights from specifically selected guest speakers:
Workshop: Optimising installer uptake of electrically-driven heating options: Discussion led by Delta-ee
A facilitated workshop discussion to explore the methods which industry can employ to encourage instalers to increase uptake of heat pumps. Installer engagement and capability are key barriers to growth in electrification of heat.
Led by Delta-ee
The Delta-ee Gas Heating Service provides insight for the heating, energy and service industries on the future of gas heating in buildings. It is widely accepted that if decarbonisation goals to be achieved, this sector must evolve. Options include the introduction of new products that use fuel more efficiently – e.g. fuel cells, micro-CHP or hybrids – or via a transition to lower-carbon forms of gas, like biomethane or hydrogen.
Our unique invitation-only roundtable event offers the chance for Delta-ee subscribers and selected stakeholder guests to come together to discuss the future of the gas heating market in Europe, get up to speed with the latest market and policy developments, and showcase emerging market hotspots.
State of the European high efficiency & low carbon gas heating market
Overview of market status and key industry trends – presentation and discussion led by Delta-ee, with updates from invited speakers.
Insights from emerging market hotspots
Insights from specially selected guest speakers and discussion led by Delta-ee, focussing on current market successes.
Jeff House, Head of External Affairs, Baxi
Role of gas heating in the energy transition
A facilitated round-the-table discussion on the steps industry can take to introduce new products and new business models, and to debate the way forward for key stakeholders in the gas heating sector.
Introduction: Welcome from Delta-ee
Jon Slowe, Director, Delta-ee
Session 1: Empowerment of the customer
The session will investigate how consumer attitudes to heating are changing and explore the potential for end-users to disrupt the marketplace for low carbon heating.
Key findings from the Delta-ee customer panel: Steven Ashurst, Senior Analyst, Delta-ee
Simon Phelan, CEO, HomeTree
Michael Hollins, Warmup Smart, Warmup
Stephan Herwig, Chief Marketing Officer, Thermondo
Session 2: New and emerging business models
The session will explore which emerging business models and new routes to market are impacting the low carbon heating sector, and where they are gaining traction.
Key business model trends in the European heat market:
Felicity Tolley, Analyst, Delta-ee
Norbert Dischinger, Regional Director (Germany), BoostHeat
Oliver Golly, Global Head of Home Heating, E.ON (invited)
Raphaël Meyer, CEO & Co-founder, Lancey
Eberhard Holstein, Chief Representative, Digital Energy Solutions GmbH
Session 3: Unlocking value for and supporting the networks
This session will explore how both high-efficiency gas and electric heating technologies can offer solutions to some of the challenges facing gas and electricity network operators.
The importance of sector coupling:Valentin Noilhetas, Analyst, Delta-ee
Matthew Hindle, Head of Gas, ENA
Brian Montayne, Manager, ESB eHeat
Mathieu Bineau, CEO, Voltalis
Regis Contreau, Product Manager, GrDF
Session 4: Looking ahead
A discussion amongst leading industry experts and policymakers about which of these topic areas they see driving the development of the heating market in the coming years.
Introduction:Jeremy Harrison, Principal Analyst, Delta-ee
Pieter van Alphen, CEO, Techneco
Thomas Nowak, Secretary General, European Heat Pump Association (EHPA)
Hans Korteweg, Managing Director, COGEN Europe (invited)
Erik Schumacher, Divisional Head - Stationary Fuel Cells (NIP), NOW GmbH
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