Electric Vehicles & Electricity

Multi-Client Studies to help clients understand the relationship between electric vehicles and electricity, and their impact on the energy space going forward.


Why Electric Vehicles?

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Electric Vehicles will quickly become a part of the energy landscape, and our expertise in this area can help us fulfil our mission to help companies successfully make the transition to 'new energy'.

What's available?

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We are offering two multi-client studies on different aspects of the Electric Vehicle - Electricity interface:

Retailing Electricity and Services to Electric Vehicle Customers

and

How Will Customers Charge Electric Vehicles?

These will be delivered to subscribers between January and April.

The research

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Retailing Electricity and Services to
Electric Vehicle Customers

 

The Challenge

  • Electrification of transport will result in large increases in customers' electricity demand.
  • There will be distinctive patterns in the timing, size and location of demand (or even export) across different market segments (such as B2C and B2B).
  • Value can be created from service provision, flexibility and infrastructure - as well as commodity sales and contributions to the core business.
  • This results in large opportunities to grab this wide-open space – but also large threat to incumbents from new players.
  • How should electricity retailers and others seeking to capture these opportunities respond?

 

This Multi-Client Study will help you to:

  • Understand the actions and strategies of electricity retailers and others across Europe in this area – market intelligence.
  • Segment the range of strategies and tactics being pursued in the market by different types of companies.
  • Learn lessons from early movers in the market.

This study focuses on the European market.

How Will Customers Charge
Electric Vehicles?

 

The Challenge

  • There will be rapid uptake of electric vehicles in the next 5-10 years – with developments in battery technology and emergence of rapid charging.
  • Current charging patterns and habits will not be a good indicator of the future.
  • There are very different views on the future charging mix.
  • Uncertainty on the future charging mix means there is huge uncertainty on the impact on electricity networks, electricity markets, and on charging infrastructure business models.

 

 

 

This Multi-Client Study will help you to:

  • Reduce the level of uncertainty.
  • Challenge and test your assumptions.
  • Develop the right strategy.

This study focuses on the UK market.

Deliverables

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Those who purchase one of the Electric Vehicles & Electricity Multi-Client Studies will receive:

A report comprising key findings, executive summary, the main report and annexes

Webinars to present and discuss the results

A one-to-one discussion with the Delta-ee team on the study findings

An optional on-site workshop

Webinars

The intersection between electric vehicles and electricity -
opportunities and threats

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 February 2018

Find out more

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For further information or to place an order contact Andy Bradley, Director of Business Development on +44 131 476 4259 or via andy.bradley@delta-ee.com.

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