Gas Heating Service

Micro-CHP, fuel cells, gas heat pumps, hybrids and other high-efficiency gas systems

Who can this research help and how?

This research can help a wide range of industry stakeholders, including but not limited to:

GHS clients 2

Network operators

GHS clients 1

Service Providers

GHS clients 3

Gas Suppliers

GHS clients 5

Product Manufacturers 

GHS clients 7

Component Suppliers

GHS clients 6

Technology Developers


Energy Suppliers


GHS client 8
Policy Makers

Subscriber benefits

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and rigorous, relevant and to-the point research


from our network of key stakeholders across the value chains, in Europe and beyond.

Wealth of insight:

Over 14 years of involvement in this space

Analyst access:

A relationship-based service - our analysts help you maximise the value of the research.

Cost effectiveness:

Access to hundreds of thousands of Euros of research for a fraction of the cost.

What makes the research unique?
Over 14 years of experience researching micro-CHP, gas driven heat pumps, hybrid heat pumps and other high efficiency, low-carbon, gas-based heating systems.

The deliverables

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Rolling research programme examining key issues, driven by subscriber interest
Country reports, infobases and case studies
Regular to-the-point reports, providing cutting-edge insight:
Viewpoints: our assessment and opinion on key industry developments
Market Insights: Evidence-based views on key issues in the industry
Focus Reports: Concise, to the point reports on key industry questions
In-Depth Reports: Detailed key assessments of key opportunities, challenges and topics
Tailored support and assistance

Example research:

Fuel Cell Micro-CHP Status in the UK and Future Market Outlook: This article was published by the FCDIC in The Journey of Fuel Cell Technology, Volume 18 No. 4, in Spring 2019.

Find out more

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If you'd like to know more about Delta-ee's Gas Heating Service, contact the team:
Steven Ashurst

Steven Ashurst

Service Manager

Steven is Service Manager of both our Gas Heating Service and Heat Insight Service, leading our research in these fields. He has come to be recognised as an industry expert on the global micro-CHP sector and has played a key role in delivering successful conferences and roundtables on this topic. He is experienced in a range of primary research methodologies; delivering focus groups, detailed on-line surveys and tele-depths on the UK residential heating market, and also established our Smart Energy Customer Panel.

He joined us from Energy Saving Scotland / Changeworks in 2011, where he worked as an Energy Advisor. Steven holds an MSc (Distinction) in Climate Change: Impacts and Mitigation from Heriot-Watt University and an MA (Hons) in Geography from the University of Edinburgh.

+44 (0)131 625 1003

Steven Ashurst
Cate Lyon

Cate Lyon


Cate’s main research & consultancy focus areas at Delta-ee include the Gas Heating Service, Electrification of Heat Service, and UK / European microgeneration market analysis. Before joining Delta-ee, Cate worked at the Energy Saving Trust, where she spent 6 years working in domestic energy efficiency and microgeneration, and renewable energy more widely, across the UK and in Scotland. 

Cate brings extensive knowledge of domestic energy use and householder behaviour and is experienced in database management, data analysis, report writing and market analysis. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Zoology from the University of St. Andrews.

+44 (0)131 625 3338

Cate Lyon
Robert Bloom

Robert Bloom


Rob is an analyst at Delta-ee’s Cambridge office. His primary role is to support the Electrification of Heat and Gas Heating Services in a wide range of research projects. He brings a background in hydrogen production and chemical engineering.

Rob holds a PhD in engineering from University of Leeds. His thesis explored the use of alternative catalyst geometries and chemical looping technology to aid in the reduction of carbon emissions and improve the efficiency of hydrogen production.

He also holds an MSc (Hons) in Low Carbon Technology and an MEng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering both from the University of Leeds.

+44 (0)1223 800 301

Robert Bloom
View our previous webinars and downloads


Energy Sector Hydrogen Poll NEW Download

Fuel Cell Development and Information Centre 7th International Meeting, Tokyo

Hydrogen and Fuel Cells: An Update from Europe, Including the UK


Energy Solutions Centre Technology and Market Assessment Forum (TMAF), Miami

European Low Carbon and Electrification Update


Energy Solutions Centre CHP Workshop: ‘Winning Strategies to Increase Customer Use of CHP’, Miami

European CHP Trends


NZEB Highlights - Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings:
The future of heat pumps and micro-CHP in European new-build markets.
Piecing Together the Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) Puzzle
Heating technology eligibility in new build dwellings: Micro-CHP
How much are householders really willing to pay for micro-CHP in Europe? Download

Beyond the boiler: how is the future for gas-based heating emerging today?

The condensing boiler as a standalone product is unlikely to be the end point for gas-based heating in buildings. Find out more about new customer propositions and business models.

Questions and comments

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'Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings' - what heating technologies will make the cut?
This new webinar gives a multi-disciplinary insight into the hot topic of 'Nearly Zero Energy Building' regulations.


Q&A session

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From Zero to Hero: will 'Nearly-Zero Energy Building' regulations catalyse change post 2021?
This webinar gives a multi-disciplinary insight into the hot topic of 'Nearly-Zero Energy Building' regulations.


Q&A session

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How much are people really willing to pay for micro-CHP?
In this webinar we present key findings from a piece of work in which we looked at how much householders in Germany, the UK and the Netherlands are willing to pay for a micro-CHP unit in their home.


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