Energy Storage Research Service

Helping you understand how and where energy storage will be deployed within the transforming energy market

Who is this research for?

 

Aggregators

Aggregators

Electricity generators

Electricity
Generators

Electricity traders

Electricity
Traders

Energy suppliers

Energy
Suppliers

ESCOs

ESCOs

New entrants

New entrants

Policy makers

Policy
Makers

Storage developers

Storage
Developers

System operators

System
Operators

Technology companies

Technology
Companies

 How will this research help you?

 

  • Understand the size and nature of opportunities in Europe’s energy storage markets
  • Stay up to date with the fast pace of change in this dynamic and rapidly evolving field
  • Identify and develop the right energy storage business models for B2B and B2C customers
  • Evaluate the competitive landscape and find the right positioning

  What topics does the research cover?

 

  • Battery storage
  • Thermal storage
  • Hydrogen storage
  • Demand & network charges
  • Self-consumption
  • System operator balancing
  • Electricity market
  • Capacity market

Insight into key issues shaping the sector - Research on key industry topics, customers and values delivered through concise reports.

The Energy Storage Research Service focuses on helping customers understand how and where energy storage will be deployed within the transforming energy market.

 

In-depth Research
In-depth Reports
In-depth Reports
Ad hoc support and discussion
Ad hoc support and discussion
Storage Infobase
Storage Infobase
Viewpoints

Viewpoints

 

 

 

Country Reports

Country Reports

Competitor Analysis

Competitor Analysis

If you would like to find out more information, you can also get in touch with the team:

Robin Adey-Johnson

Analyst

Robin joined Delta in 2019 to support the Energy Storage team, delivering research around the impact of storage technologies and business models on European energy markets. He works in close partnership with the Flexibility Service.

Robin will shortly graduate with an Engineering Doctorate in Micro- and Nanomaterials and Technologies from the University of Surrey’s MiNMaT CDT. In his research project he used advanced imaging and modelling techniques to characterise multiphase flow in porous media. He holds an MEng in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Edinburgh, during which he worked with one of the UK’s leading Demand Response aggregators.

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